2007 Ford Fusion Values

Select a 2007 Ford Fusion trim level

2007 model year changes

The Ford Fusion adds an all-wheel-drive configuration for 2007, available in both SE and SEL trims with the V6 engine. Front seat side-impact and curtain air bags became standard as did an auxiliary audio input jack. Optional equipment was expanded to include Sirius satellite radio and a DVD-based navigation. Base prices rose about $300 overall from the 2006 model year.

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Available all-wheel drive; six-speed automatic transmission available; 31 hwy mpg

Special features for 2007

The 2007 Ford Fusion has been engineered to feel sportier than its mid-size competitors, and now that all-wheel drive is available, traction and handling have become greatly improved. Smart styling helps the Fusion stand out in a traditionally boring segment. Ford's 3.0L Duratec V6 engine is available with AWD and is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. It produces 221 hp and 200 lb-ft of torque, and has an EPA rating of 31 mpg on the highway.
A carry-over for 2007, the Fusion is a mid-size four-door five-passenger sedan that is offered in S, SE or SEL trim-levels. The Fusion is available with FWD or, new for 2007, AWD. The base engine is an inline four-cylinder with 16 valves that produces 160HP, and is standard with a five-speed manual transmission or the optional six-speed automatic. You may also choose the 3.0Liter 24-valve V6 that produces 221HP, and is offered with either the six-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission.