It's got plenty of room for the entire family with an interior that seems even more spacious than its measurements might suggest. Ford's 2012 Fusion is a mid-size sedan that's positioned to go head-to-head with the ever-popular Toyota Camry Hybrid. The Fusion and Camry sport very similar lines when viewed from the side, though the Camry appears to be a bit more angled in its silhouette, giving it a more updated look than the more conservative-appearing Fusion, and more appealing to the eye, in my book.
Fusion Hybrid's EPA estimated MPG of 41 city/36 highway puts it head and shoulders above its non-hybrid cousin, which racks up a showing of 23 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway. Compare Fusion Hybrid to the Camry Hybrid LE's fuel economy rankings at 43 mpg city and 39 mpg highway.
EPA estimated MPG: 41 city/36 highway/39 combined.