2013 ford fusion
Hello I would like to think that I have read almost every blog or comment on the new 2013 Fusion. And I think they share the same, consumers would LOVE to have the 2.0 Ltr Tatanium to have a 6 speed manual transmission. I think if you were to offer this as a option, Your sales will be alot better. We the consumer, speak through the media, Facebook, twitter, and the internet, I truly think you should take this into consideration PLEASE. I am ready to trade my current vehicle in for the 2013 Fusion, but I would like to have the option to purchase a automatic or manual for the 2.0 Ltr.
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8 COMMENTS ON THIS IDEA
Michael L I was thinking of buying the fusion hybrid untill I found out that it has an electric only range of twenty miles, a 100 cubic inch gas engine, and its made and assembled in Mexico. What is Ford thinking? 1) This doesn't compete with foreign competition and 2) This is foreign competition Too bad, I was really hoping that Ford would produce a car I could buy. It's not the money, it's that I want a car that gets over 40mpg when I drive 100 plus miles a day. If I put 80 miles a day on a 100 cubic inch engine, that cars not going to hold up very long. I think Ford is degrading the brand when they produce products that they think will fool us. Not made in America and won't get the mileage claimed if you need to drive the car like I do. If Ford made a car in the US that got better than 40mpg that a guy 6'-5" cod fit in with his three 6'-5" Sons I'd buy it and I bet a lot of others wod as well.
1 year(s) ago via
Rodney K Yes, Yes, Yes. Focus ST is a little small. If the Fusion 2.0T had a 6 speed manual I would buy it. Why is the top motor option on many new sedans only offered with an automatic.
1 year(s) ago via
Jake J Add a manual to the fusion sport model. People buy the sport model for the driving experience, not the mpg.
2 year(s) ago via
Bergenstal J I agree!
2 year(s) ago via
Jason F Please, please, please.... I will buy a Fusion if I can get the 2.0, the manual transmission, and the nice interior feature. Not interested in the base model, which is the only place you offer a manual transmission now. I know the dealer won't stock one, but I'll order it. I want to enjoy driving and a MT is part of that. I am one of the last guys, I suppose, who really doesn't care about his smart phone in his car, but is more interested in driving. Subaru is killing of the Legacy GT, so my options are drying up for a full-sized, nice car with a manual.
2 year(s) ago via
Jason F Please, please, please.... I will buy a Fusion if I can get the 2.0, the manual transmission, and the nice interior feature. Not interested in the base model, which is the only place you offer a manual transmission now. I know the dealer won't stock one, but I'll order it. I want to enjoy driving and a MT is part of that. I am one of the last guys, I suppose, who really doesn't care about his smart phone in his car, but is more interested in driving. Subaru is killing of the Legacy GT, so my options are drying up for a full-sized, nice car with a manual.
2 year(s) ago via
Brad K yes! The drivetrain already exists for the Focus ST!
2 year(s) ago via
Rory O Agreed, I'll consider the 1.6 manual, but in a midsizer the 2.0 would be more satisfying. Stick or nothing!
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