The 2010 Ford Fusion is simply a beautiful car, more sophiticated than the Focus, but not elderly like the Taurus. I’ll admit, and my wife looks at me funny when I say it, I like Ford Fusion. The Fusion’s lines and black on black package just looks sexy as hell with a dash of chrome lining.
Perhaps the appeal of the Ford Fusion is caused by me aging, surely a 27 year old shouldn’t be longing for such a sedan. But alas, I’ll give into my temptation, loving the way it handles, comfort, and the way it sleazely drives down the lane. Of course, receiving a hefty government Tax credit for buying one doesn’t hurt either.
The 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid is now elegible for a Government Tax Credit of up to $3,400. This credit only applies to the hybrid version of the Fusion and only the 2010 model. So no luck trying to get the credit buying up the used 08 or 09 Fusion models, that is if you could find one.
A few months ago my wife and I went out looking specifically for a Ford Fusion and we couldn’t find one. There were plenty of new ones on the lot, but for a used one, with any kind of mileage, we were SOL. Perhaps this is a testament to how happy owners are with their Fusions and an angle Ford should be focusing on with all the upcoming advertising expected to accompany this years Idol.
2010 Ford Fusion Video