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$Ford Fusion 2012

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Ford Fusion 2012

4.83

(21 trips)

Trip start

Trip end



Distance included

Day

300 km

Week

2100 km

Month

9000 km


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Economical


10.0 L/100km

Gas (Regular)

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

zhe

5.0

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3,936 tripsJoined Dec 2018

Typically responds in 56 minutes

zhe has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

Vehicle overview Two years ago in a family sedan comparison test, we declared: "How about that, folks? The best family sedan can now be found at a Ford dealership." It wasn't a close contest, as the Ford Fusion received universal praise from us for a well-rounded nature that included an engaging driving demeanor, comfy ride, ample features and a spacious, well-built cabin. Of course, two years can be a lifetime in the car biz, but the 2012 Ford Fusion continues to stand tall as a top choice nevertheless. It all starts with a vehicle architecture that gives the Fusion a great balance between a comfortable ride and agile handling. You feel connected to the road, but this doesn't come at the expense of ride comfort the way it can in so many other cars. The Fusion's interior isn't especially flashy, and its climate controls are mounted too low, but quality is strong both in terms of materials and construction. The spacious cabin is also filled with all the expected bells and whistles in this class, plus a few high-tech extras. Under the hood, the Fusion is a tad different from its competition. Its base 175-horsepower four-cylinder is pretty much the norm, but there are two V6 engine upgrades available rather than the typical one. The more common 3.0-liter V6 produces only 240 hp, which is considerably less than its rivals. The Fusion Sport, however, gets a more competitive 263-hp V6 that gets nearly the same fuel economy as the smaller six-cylinder. In other words, if you want V6 power in your Fusion, we'd suggest the Sport. The 2012 Ford Fusion Hybrid, meanwhile, comes with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine paired with an electric motor that, combined, generates 191 hp. The EPA estimates you'll get 41 mpg city and 36 mpg highway, excellent numbers for midsize hybrid sedan segment. The Fusion Hybrid is also notable in that its driving dyanmics are pretty much vice-free; it drives pretty much just like a regular Fusion.

Features

Automatic transmission

Long-term car

Extras (8)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Prepaid refuel

Save time, make drop-off a breeze, and avoid additional fees by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car at any fuel level. Price includes up to a full tank of gas.

CA$120/trip

Unlimited mileage

CA$145/trip

Unlimited mileage

CA$20/day

Camping gear

Bear spray

CA$15/trip1 available

Beach gear

2 folding chairs

CA$22/trip1 available

Camping gear

Banff jasper Yoho National Park pass Family pass One per car

CA$29/trip1 available

Child safety seat

CA$28/trip1 available

Cooler

CA$25/trip1 available

Ratings and reviews

4.83

(18 ratings)

Reviews

Aiesha A.

AieshaOct 1, 2022

Really smooth and easy pick up and drop off. Friendly service

Sara P.

SaraSep 24, 2022

The car was really good thank you

James H.

JamesSep 1, 2022

First time to use Turo. All went well. Thanks.

Omar P.

OmarAug 19, 2022

Great car and great service.

Louis-Philippe C.

Louis-PhilippeJul 20, 2022

Pick up and drop off at the airport without issue. Great service.

Pickup at car location

Calgary, AB T2E 3E4
Free

Delivery locations

Calgary International Airport
CA$65.00

Cancellation policy
$Ford Fusion 2012

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Ford Fusion 2012

4.83

(21 trips)

10.0 L/100km

Gas (Regular)

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

zhe

5.0

zhe
3,936 tripsJoined Dec 2018

Typically responds in 56 minutes

zhe has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

Vehicle overview Two years ago in a family sedan comparison test, we declared: "How about that, folks? The best family sedan can now be found at a Ford dealership." It wasn't a close contest, as the Ford Fusion received universal praise from us for a well-rounded nature that included an engaging driving demeanor, comfy ride, ample features and a spacious, well-built cabin. Of course, two years can be a lifetime in the car biz, but the 2012 Ford Fusion continues to stand tall as a top choice nevertheless. It all starts with a vehicle architecture that gives the Fusion a great balance between a comfortable ride and agile handling. You feel connected to the road, but this doesn't come at the expense of ride comfort the way it can in so many other cars. The Fusion's interior isn't especially flashy, and its climate controls are mounted too low, but quality is strong both in terms of materials and construction. The spacious cabin is also filled with all the expected bells and whistles in this class, plus a few high-tech extras. Under the hood, the Fusion is a tad different from its competition. Its base 175-horsepower four-cylinder is pretty much the norm, but there are two V6 engine upgrades available rather than the typical one. The more common 3.0-liter V6 produces only 240 hp, which is considerably less than its rivals. The Fusion Sport, however, gets a more competitive 263-hp V6 that gets nearly the same fuel economy as the smaller six-cylinder. In other words, if you want V6 power in your Fusion, we'd suggest the Sport. The 2012 Ford Fusion Hybrid, meanwhile, comes with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine paired with an electric motor that, combined, generates 191 hp. The EPA estimates you'll get 41 mpg city and 36 mpg highway, excellent numbers for midsize hybrid sedan segment. The Fusion Hybrid is also notable in that its driving dyanmics are pretty much vice-free; it drives pretty much just like a regular Fusion.

Features

Automatic transmission

Long-term car

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Prepaid refuel

Save time, make drop-off a breeze, and avoid additional fees by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car at any fuel level. Price includes up to a full tank of gas.

CA$120/trip

Unlimited mileage

CA$145/trip

Unlimited mileage

CA$20/day

Camping gear

Bear spray

CA$15/trip1 available

Beach gear

2 folding chairs

CA$22/trip1 available

Camping gear

Banff jasper Yoho National Park pass Family pass One per car

CA$29/trip1 available

Child safety seat

CA$28/trip1 available

Cooler

CA$25/trip1 available

Ratings and reviews

4.83

(18 ratings)

Reviews

Aiesha A.

AieshaOct 1, 2022

Really smooth and easy pick up and drop off. Friendly service

Sara P.

SaraSep 24, 2022

The car was really good thank you

James H.

JamesSep 1, 2022

First time to use Turo. All went well. Thanks.

Omar P.

OmarAug 19, 2022

Great car and great service.

Louis-Philippe C.

Louis-PhilippeJul 20, 2022

Pick up and drop off at the airport without issue. Great service.


Trip start

Trip end


Distance included

Day

300 km

Week

2100 km

Month

9000 km


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Economical



Cancellation policy

Pickup at car location

Calgary, AB T2E 3E4
Free

Delivery locations

Calgary International Airport
CA$65.00
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