This sedan is a delight to drive, with a supple ride and handling rivaling that of a European sports sedan. All trim levels and powertrains feel solid and upscale, with a well-finished and quiet cabin, and comfortable seats. But the rear seat is somewhat snug, and the MyFord Touch interface is an annoyance. Most Fusions get either a 1.5- or 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder matched with a six-speed automatic. The 1.5-liter does the job, but the 2.0-liter packs more punch and better suits the car. We recorded 24 and 22 mpg overall, respectively, which is among the lower performers in the category. The Hybrid turned in an excellent 39 mpg overall. For the 2017 model year the Fusion gets an updated interior with Sync 3; a new 325-hp, V6 Sport version with AWD; and more-efficient electric motors for the Hybrid and Energi plug-in versions.