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Ford Fusion. Ford borrowed heavily from Mazda when constructing the Fusion sedan, using the chassis and drivetrain shared with the Mazda6. The Fusion also borrows from the Ford 427 concept in its bold exterior styling. The Japanese hardware and distinctive design give the Fusion a character very different from other midsize sedans on the market.
Welcome to our comprehensive Kelley Blue Book review of the Ford Fusion.
The Ford Fusion doesnt pretend to be a Toyota Camry or Honda Accord. It looks decidedly different than either of these sedans and offers a comfortable, high-quality interior that we wouldnt mind sinking into for a long road trip or just for a jaunt to the grocery store. It is also less expensive to buy that the two segment standard-bearers. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit http://www.kbb.com today.
GMC Sierra Review - Kelley Blue Book
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GMC Sierra. GM introduced completely redesigned light-duty Chevy Silverados
and GMC Sierras in late 2006 to much-anticipated fanfare. This time around
the GMC pickups arent just Chevrolets with different grilles and badges.
And thats doubly the case with the upscale Denali.
Welcome to our comprehensive Kelley Blue Book review of the GMC Sierra
GMCs goal was to offer a vehicle with a torsionally stiff chassis, precise
steering and a quiet, upscale interior—and thats exactly what the Sierra
As the fraternal twin of the Chevrolet Silverado, the new GMC Sierra
separates itself from its GM brother in looks, while sharing the same
architecture and engine choices.
The Denali is the upscale, virtually all-inclusive version of the truck,
complete with its own exclusive 400-horsepower engine. For more
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GMC Yukon - Kelley Blue Book
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GMC Yukon. GMs large truck-based family haulers run the gamut from basic to
luxury. Filling the gap between the Chevrolet Tahoe and Cadillac Escalade
is the GMC Yukon. Available in several trims that take it from the base
workhorse model to the luxurious Denali, this six- to-nine-passenger SUV
can be configured to meet just about anyones tastes.
Welcome to our comprehensive Kelley Blue Book review of the GMC Yukon.
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GMC Acadia Review - Kelley Blue Book
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GMC Acadia. GMCs Acadia may be the brands first crossover offering, but it
is a polished freshman effort, sharing the refined ride and superior fit
and finish of its Buick Enclave and Saturn Outlook cousins.
Welcome to our comprehensive Kelley Blue Book review of the GMC Acadia.
The Acadia is handsome on the outside, but it really shines on the inside.
Large and roomy, the Acadia can comfortably fit seven and still has room
for reasonable amounts of luggage. And the attention to detail on the dash
and the upscale materials show General Motors new-found focus on interior
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Ford Escape Review - Kelley Blue Book
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Ford Escape. The Ford Escape has the distinction of being America's
best-selling compact SUV, selling more than a million copies since its
introduction in 2001. Despite its sales success, outdated styling and
strong competition from Honda and Toyota necessitated significant
revisions. Ford hopes a new look and more standard features will help
maintain the 2008 Ford Escape's popularity. For more new car reviews,
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2013 Ford Fusion Titanium Review, Walkaround, Exhaust, Test Drive
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If you are looking for the "James Bond" of family sedans, look no further
than Ford's completely redesigned, third generation Fusion Titanium. Jaw
dropping looks, combined with sharp handling, and impressive powertrains,
produce one well rounded family sedan. We think if Ford improves on their
value card as well as making the interior a bit more user friendly they
could really have a best in class vehicle, until then, we think it's top 3.
2013 Ford Fusion SE EcoBoost Review: The sexiest car under 30K?
Greg Cavanaugh, automotive writer for the Gallup Journey Magazine,
evaluates the features of the 2013 Ford Fusion SE with the 1.6 liter EcoBoost Four. I try to bring you
unscripted, real world reviews, and I shoot and edit all videos myself.
This video supplements the written article on the Ford Fusion in the April
2013 issue of the Gallup Journey Magazine.
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2010-2012 Ford Fusion review
The Ford Fusion rivals some of the best family sedans. The hybrid version
gets very impressive fuel economy. See how the Ford Fusion compares to
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2013 Ford Fusion First Drive & Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2013 Ford Fusion (and the 2013 Ford Mondeo)
looks like the gorgeous love child of a Aston Martin and Jaguar. Or perhaps
it resembles a prototype car that's designed for the spot lights of the
Auto Show...a prototype that will never get built. Instead, the 2013 Fusion
will be coming to a Ford dealership near you this fall. In this first drive
video review we got to spend a few hours in the Fusion in the hills above
Malibu and Santa Monica, California. Of course the question that we wanted
to answer is a simple one....does the new 2013 Ford Fusion drive a good as
it looks? Check out this TFLcar first drive review to find out.
2010 Ford Fusion Review
Things I didn't cover in the video:
* I thought it was a 2009 but it's actually a 2010 Ford Fusion.
* The car has electric power steering. I didn't notice any problems with
this at all. I couldn't tell the difference between this and a normal,
hydraulic power steering car at all.
* The seat is highly adjustable, with lumbar support knob and angle
* The rear seats have pull levers in the trunk to release them to come
forward, which I never realized makes so much sense until you need more
trunk room! Nice touch.
* The 6 speed transmission is modern and interesting and intelligent, and
smooth. So smooth, that it's actually smoother under WOT than if you are
just shifting during a very gentile acceleration. When all out, the car
shifts right at redline, with no perceivable change in thrust as the car
rows up through the gears. Quite impressive. Also, the tranny has a
downhill mode, which you select via a button on the shifter knob. This
kicks the thing down a gear or two (or three) depending on how steep the
downhill grade is that you're driving on. This makes it so that you don't
have to keep hitting the brakes. The car just chooses the appropriate gear
to give you just enough engine braking to keep your brakes from needing to
be applied to maintain a constant speed going down a long hill or grade.
This also works automagically when under cruise control, no button pressing
* The engine is incredibly smooth with almost no vibration even when
revving the hell out of it. It makes it really easy to just mash the
throttle and let it shift at red line all the time, because the engine
seems to be perfectly happy doing so all day long. I like that! Plenty of
low end torque though too.
► 2013 Ford Taurus
The new Ford Taurus delivers more of what large sedan customers really want
for the 2013 model year -- with even better fuel economy, more technology,
design refinement, improved craftsmanship and enhanced driving dynamics.
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2013 Ford Fusion Review - Because sexy sells
It gets 47 mpg. It has class-exclusive safety and technology features. But
the most important feature of the 2013 Ford Fusion is something you already
know: it's got a pretty face.
Build a solid, well-equipped car that gets great fuel economy and comes at
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2013 Ford Fusion vs Nissan Altima vs Toyota Camry Mashup Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new 2013 Ford Fusion (Mondeo in Europe)
brings a healthy dose of sexy and stylish appeal to the mid-sized sedan
segment. But the new Fusion is entering an ultra competitive and ultra
popular segment of the car world that includes the best selling car in
America...the Toyota Camry and the second best selling car in the
class...the Nissan Altima. So the obvious question is how does the new 2013
Ford stack up against these segment leading vehicles. We recently had a
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2013 Ford Fusion Titanium Drive & 0-60 MPH Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new 2013 Ford Fusion Titanium can be had
with a turbo-charged ecoBoost 4 cylinder engine mated to a traditional
6-speed transmission and all-wheel-drive. And that's the car that Nathan
reviews in another fun and informative TFLcar 0-60 MPH review. So how does
the new Ford Fusion drive, handle and do at the pump? Just watch this first
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