The 2012 Ford Fusion SE Sedan in El Paso: Top Midsize Family Car

The 2012 Ford Fusion SE Sedan was at the top of the game when it was first released, and this may be because of its subtle styling. It starts with a rather conservative appearance yet it comes out as an aggressive performer on the road.

Driving Performance

The 2012 Ford Fusion SE is powered by a 2.5-liter four cylinder engine that can whip up 175 horsepower, coupled with a six-speed automatic transmission. The SE trim also gives you the option to get the 3.0-liter flex fuel V6 engine with the same automatic transmission. However, this combo can produce more horsepower, rated at 240.

Active Safety Features

The 2012 Ford Fusion SE Sedan achieved decent marks in different crash tests. It can protect its occupants well with its impressive list of active safety technologies. It earned the Top Safety Pick award from IIHS in 2012. Some of its standard features include active headrests, traction and stability control, airbags and anti-lock brakes.


Across all trim levels are functional technologies, such as power locks, tilting/telescoping steering wheel, split-folding rear seats, power mirrors and AM/FM/CD player. Meanwhile, the SE adds to the list a six-speaker audio, a steering wheel with built-in audio controls, six-way power driver seat, Sirius satellite radio and fog lamps.

If you’re not into more modern technology and the above features are more than enough for you to run the road, then the 2012 Ford Fusion SE Sedan is a great choice of a first family car. To learn about your options, check out this great model at one of the used car dealerships in El Paso.


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