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Ford borrowed heavily from Mazda when constructing the Fusion sedan, using the chassis and drivetrain shared with the Mazda6. The Fusion also borrows from the Ford 427 concept in its bold exterior styling. The Japanese hardware and distinctive design give the Fusion a character very different from other midsize sedans on the market.

The average number of days the Fusion sits on the lot sits at 80 (better than average for good deals). That means dealers will lower price to move the vehicle.

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