|By PR Newswire||
|August 6, 2014 10:31 AM EDT||
ALEXANDRIA, Ky., Aug. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Professional football's preseason is now underway and teams all across the country have come together to prepare themselves for hours of on-field strategy and competition. Similarly, new models of the 2015 Ford Fusion are available now at Mike Castrucci of Alexandria and Ford engineers have designed the vehicle to comfortably prepare tri-state drivers for life's most mobile challenges.
Due to the fact that modern drivers' schedules often include significant amounts of travel time, Ford allocates significant resources in an effort to make vehicles like the 2015 Fusion as enjoyable as possible. This begins with the sedan's ridged hood lines and extends to the vehicle's LED taillamps. By no means is Fusion's exterior an exhaustive indicator of Ford's effort, however.
Through design that is spacious, supportive and functional, Ford succeeds in crafting a vehicle that is as enticing on the inside as its exterior form suggests. Not only does the vehicle's center stack represent ergonomic attention to detail, but the technology at work throughout the cabin creates an exceptional driving experience.
As a complement to the sophisticated in-cabin experience brought about by Fusion's interior design, tri-state drivers are also treated to a dynamic sense of capability underfoot. This is the product of Ford's EcoBoost engineering approach. In additional to an available 1.5-liter EcoBoost that returns up to 37 highway mpg, Fusion's 2.0-liter option delivers 270 foot-pounds of torque that complete the vehicle's profile as a midsize sedan.
With many drivers now beginning to search out the 2015 Ford Fusion in Cincinnati, Mike Castrucci of Alexandria invites sedan shoppers to browse the tri-state dealership's stock of new Ford vehicles. For more information about Mike Castrucci of Alexandria's northern Kentucky showroom or the 2015 Ford Fusion, contact the dealership directly at 844-879-7080 or visit www.mikecastruccialexandria.com.
Media Contact: Todd Williams, Mike Castrucci of Alexandria, 844-879-7080, [email protected]
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