Mikey923

Ford Fusion Owners?

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Hey folks, I've become the owner of a 2006 Fusion 1. It's basic but does the job, manual windows and a tape player!

Maybe I'll get some modifications done, but not to the level of @Jethro_Tull

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I've got 1 too, 55 plate 1.4 petrol, used to be my dads, but had to give up his licence, & I needed a car to get to interviews 20+ miles away as my beloved Ka was off the road, then 1 of the suspension coils broke & couldn't afford to get it to a garage.

So far so good. gone through 2 MOTs without any problems, & now essential as mum is in hospital, & I'm now dad's carer, boot always in use as has a wheelchair permanently in there!! LOL

Only wish I hadn't decided to change the battery the other day!!! (but that's a story on another topic on here)

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I've just joined and own a 1.6 Fusion+ automatic.

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On 12/28/2013 at 6:43 PM, Mikey923 said:

Just wondering to myself how many active Fusion owners are on FOC..

We seem to be a rare breed!

It would be great if you could leave a comment if you're a Fusion owner so we could get a rough idea 🙂

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I am on my 3rd a 57 plate tdci

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I am an owner of a 2005 (55 plate) Fusion.  Used to be my dads, until he had to give up his licence.  I did have a dead Ka, which I loved, but beggars can't be choosers so ended up with the Fusion, as it actually moved & did things cars are supposed to do !  LOL

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Hi,

I've just picked up a 2005 Fusion 2 1.6 petrol as a second/winter car for when my Cooper S goes into storage.

Really impressed with it so far, drives superb. 

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Just got a 2008 Ford Fusion 2.

76k miles on the clock, great car for driving on country roads, bought the haynes workshop manual, intend on looking after her best I can.

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new owner of a 2009 style +  34thou on the clock, cam belt done 3 months ago.

really like it so far.

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Hello all just brought a 2007 1.4 tdi zetec climate and will start by changing the wheels , then the radio then loads of other stuff so stand by for loads of questions .First one being what is the best size of tyre/wheel to fit to the fusion?

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My little 1.6 petrol Fusion has just passed its MOT with no issues. I did replace all four tyres and 2 Wheelbearings as well as a Lambda sensor before presenting it for its test though.

All in all another year on the road for a little over a couple of hundred quid is ok in my book.

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We have a late 1.6 petrol, and have done 56k@42mpg in the 5 years that we have had it. On it's second set of tyres (Hankook) after the first set did over 35k, and we have had a rear wheel bearing.  Very under rated car, with a lot of space inside for its size, we call it the "Tardis".  Bought specifically to replace a '56 plate Fiesta for the wheelchair and frame for the in-laws, the seat is the right height for the elderly, and my wife can get the wheel chair in and out of the boot as there is no lip to get it over - easier than in a '08 Focus.  Stowage under the passenger seat, stowage in the dashboard, and that little pocket in the driver's seat.

I would change one thing - the handle for the boot is low down, should have been the same height as the Fiesta's, but a minor niggle

 

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