Ford Fusion Wins North American Car Of The Year

Posted: Jan 12 2010, 12:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:52pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
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Ford is doing very well and is one of the most stable and profitable carmakers in the U.S. with the poor economy. Ford has announced that its 2010 Fusion has been named the North American Car of the Year and was chosen over 15 competitors to win the award. The award recognizes the best car of the year based on several factors.

The car had to be significantly new compared to the previous model year. It also had to have innovation in design, safety, handling, driver satisfaction, and value. The fusion gained a hybrid model in 2010 that could drive 700 miles on a single tank of gas.

The hybrid also had a SmartGuage with high-resolution LCD screens on each side of the speedometer. The Ford Fusion is a good looking car and it's nice to see an American auto win the award.

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