What's It Like to Drive a 2017 Ford Fusion? Why Not Ask an Owner?

Owner Travis Parks Shares What He Loves About His 2017 Ford Fusion V6 Sport:

We all want to love our cars, so if you're considering a new daily driver, you're probably asking around for recommendations, looking at reviews, and checking spec sheets. If you ask us, the 2017 Ford Fusion is an ideal vehicle for commuting, but don't just take our word on it, go straight to the source: ask an owner. Travis Parks owns a 2017 Ford Fusion V6 Sport, and in the video below, he shares what makes the Fusion his ideal car, and why it might just be perfect for you, too. Check it out, then come see us at Helena Ford for a great offering of new Ford Fusion models near Helena, MT.

What Makes the 2017 Ford Fusion Great for Helena, MT Drivers?

  • Available All-Wheel Drive (AWD): Especially here in the areas of Helena, Butter, Townsend, Deep Lodge, or Clancy, MT, having available AWD on your sedan is a huge help when winter strikes. Not many sedans even offer AWD systems, which makes the 2017 Ford Fusion a great choice.
  • Sleek, Stylish Design: Sleek body lines, the available quadruple exhaust combined with the available sport rear spoiler give the 2017 Fusion an overall aerodynamic, athletic look that is compelling and attractive without being too flashy or gaudy.
  • Standard Rearview Camera: Getting out of the driveway shouldn't be an obstacle course, but if you have children, then you well know, sometimes it is. With the rearview camera on your 2017 Fusion, you'll be able to see your son's bike laying in the way before you back into it. It's also a great help in those busy parking lots.

There's something about seeing an actual owner glow about their vehicle that brings a smile to our faces. The way Travis Parks loves his 2017 Ford Fusion is how we want all our customers to feel when they finally meet the new Ford car, crossover, SUV, or truck that is perfect for them. If you think the 2017 Fusion might just be the one for you, come see us for a test drive. First press on the gas pedal, a look around the cabin, a brush with all the onboard tech and we think you'll know for sure rather quickly.

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