CARS.COM — As we reported at the Detroit auto show in January, Ford has refreshed the Fusion midsize sedan for 2017, and most versions will arrive at dealerships this summer. I got behind the wheel of the SE, Platinum and Hybrid Titanium trim levels, representing three drivetrains, all of which are unchanged from last year.
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The Fusion isn’t the sexiest nameplate that Ford makes, but it is one of its most important, competing with a dozen other cars in a crowded class where changes come constantly. In the best cases, each updated sedan leapfrogs the others, and the question is, did Ford do enough to give the Fusion its moment in the sun?