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If they deliver 200hp and fuel economy thats equal to or better than the current 4 banger I'll be getting one of these hybrids (AWD or not!)
 

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It really doesn't look that different. I am sure the V6 is the 3.5! Man I was hoping the 2008 were going with the 3.5! :bash:
 

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The 2.5l 4cylinder sounds impressive, but Ford should really keep the 2.3l 4cyl as well for a cheaper base Fusion that starts at $15,995, and offer a Fusion w/ the 2.5l at the current $17k price. Buyers looking at Corollas or Civics might consider the base Fusion instead if they wanted a bigger car, excellent reliability, great interior, and a slightly larger motor with more power. Buyers wanting a smaller car like the Corolla, Civic are going to love the next gen Focus/Mazda 3.
 
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