Biodiesel and Ethanol

2010 Ford Fusion to be Flexible Fuel

October 31, 2008

DEARBORN, MI -- According to Motor Trend and Cars.com, the Ford Fusion will be E-85 compatible in 2010. The mid-level Fusion with a 3.0L, V-6 250 horsepower vehicle will have the flexible fuel engine. Ford spokesman Alan Hall said the V-6 Fusion will only be available with an automatic transmission.

The 2009 flexible fuel vehicles Ford offerings include nine models: Ford Crown Victoria, Ford E-Series Commercial Van, Ford Expedition, Ford F-150, Ford Lincoln Navigator, Lincoln Town Car, and Mercury Grand Marquis.

Ford, along with General Motors and Chrysler have all promised to produce half their lines as E85 compatible by the year 2012.

Although the specific fuel mileage and power specs of the 2010 Fusion have not been confirmed, both have been reported improved from previous models.

 

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