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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-08-2011, 04:43 PM Thread Starter
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Behind the Wheel of the Ford Fusion Hybrid

I got a chance to drive the new Ford Fusion Hybird. Yes, it's a hybrid and everybody thinks they're boring. But I found this one to be an interesting drive and a very good car to boot!

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Re: Behind the Wheel of the Ford Fusion Hybrid

Well done, Hudson!
I appreciate the "truth-in-passing" like the patent info
& the Fusion's all-electric capability
& the way you used "Futura" to comment on the future

My main nit-pick is tho you mentioned,
"On the plus side, there's the fuel savings to sway you toward the Fusion Hybrid" & "eco-friendly" ;
imho a primary reason for buying a hybrid is simply to Use Less Gasoline
esp since our country isN'T moving very quickly to limit WHO they get our 'fix' from

ps I finally discovered the text version of A.T.

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