2019 Ford Fusion Best Features Overview
Though Ford has begun to turn its attention more towards SUVs in recent years, the Ford Fusion serves as proof that the automaker still has quite the knack for crafting quality sedan. For 2019, the Fusion returns with a more attractive package than ever before. Keep reading to see some of the 2019 Fusion’s major highlights in this overview of the model’s best features.
Active Safety Features
Offered standard on all 2019 Fusion trim levels, the Ford Co-Pilot360 Protect package offers an incredibly well-rounded suite of tech. Driver assistance features offered with the Ford Co-Pilot360 Protect package include:
- Automatic High Beam Headlamps
- Blind Spot Information System
- Lane-Keeping System
- Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking
- Rear View Camera
Also available on the Fusion, the Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist package is offered standard on the Titanium, Sport and Fusion Hybrid SEL. The Assist package offers all the same features as the Protect package and tops things off with a few more features, including:
- Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go
- Voice-Activated Navigation
- Sirius XM Traffic and Travel Link
Not many sedans can draw eyes like the Fusion does with its iconic bold face and sleek lines. The Fusion S, SE and SEL enter 2019 with a new grille brandishing a 5-bar design. The Titanium has also been treated with an upgraded grille, now featuring a restyled chrome mesh design.
The Fusion’s refreshed exterior color palette hits the mark with a selection of 10 shades, which treat the model to some head-turning luster. From classy greyscale shades to vibrant blue and red tones, each color option compliments the Fusion’s handsome design remarkably well.
Fusion Energi Battery
The 2019 model year has proved to be chock full of accomplishments for the Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid. The 2019 Energi now achieves a pure-electric range of 25 miles – an increase of about 20% from the previous year. The new battery promises enough juice for most Energi drivers to blast through their daily commute on electricity alone.