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- Stability Control
- Traction Control
- CD (Multi Disc)
- Front Airbags (Driver)
- Power Mirrors
- Front Airbags (Passenger)
- Airbag Deactivation (Passenger)
- Independent Suspension
- Front Stabilizer Bar
- Body Colored Door Handles
- Short And Long Arm Front Suspension
Measured owner satisfaction with 2011 Ford Fusion performance, styling, comfort, features, and usability after 90 days of ownership.
Quietness of the vehicle interior
Amount of trunk/hatch space
The vehicle's audio system
The problems experienced by owners of the 2011 Ford Fusion during the first 90 days of ownership.
Vehicle stability in poor conditions
Comfort of the 2nd row seats
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