[quote author=shadowfall1976 link=topic=43339.msg693190#msg693190 date=1146506043]
tell me then if the Fusion wasn't the first car designed, why do the body seams on the other cars seem like something
is missing or that the bumpers don't mesh well with the taillights?, all they did was add different lights &
made a new for that model rear bumper to make up the difference.
and for the record.... not everyone wants the damn tiny bit of so called luxury that tha Milan may provide over the Fusion, and
how much more Luxury, is there, the damn cars are identical in performance & handling, not one is better than the other
in those cases they have the same components & are dialed in the same way, so what other than looks could make one better
than the other???? .... nothing. and also for the record like I said, my Fusion was way less than the equally optioned Milan, when I
priced as I said before, with actual lot numbers, not web site numbers, and both had $1000 rebates & owner loyalty cash back.
but as I stated why if I had gotten it the reasons for the Milan, and it wasn't for looks. 4 or 6cyl be damned, who cares?
to me, the body seams on the fusion looks like something was missing and that the lights don't match up well with the body shape. The Milan looks perfect. the fusion looks like a ***** impersonation of the honda cr-v or something, except uglier.
i never said your fusion was more expensive than an equally optioned out milan. i said that when options are maxed out, the fusion is more expensive.
the fusion wasn't designed that way. their computer designed programs can easily slap on new headlights and grilles on a car. clearly, the fusion headlights do not fit its body. The mercury milan minus the waterfall grille was supposed to be the original one. The fusion is just a lame last minute change by swapping in 427 details.
i am curious, how old are you? you talk like a 5 year old