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Was really debating between a couple different car's, ended up going with the most reliable and practical car for Michigan's harsh winters. Ended up buying a 2017 Ford Fusion Sport after being in one of my buddies that he leased. Can't be more happy with it! Ended up getting a rear muffler delete, CAI and a tune that adds around 100hp! It's AWD with a stock 325 HP with twin-turbos. It's a perfect daily that can still smoke some cars off a dig.


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Looks nice!

I won't dig into you too hard, but I'd put it on a dyno to prove the 100 hp gain before telling people lol.
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Will Dyno eventually, Ford Vehicles are very under tuned from factory, especially eco-boost's. I've done my own research and have talked with tuners from Livernois personally and Unleashed Tuning, which is the 93 tune I have on now. Thanks for going easy on me lol Dyno will for sure be in the future!
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congrats buddy I sell cars for a living at a GM store so its always nice to see someone excited about there first whip, Don't forget to take care of it over time!
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Nice choice!
Be sure to hit up Alan at edge autosports to get her properly tuned!
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Poor Man's Aston. I love the look of the Fusion and drove a lot of them when I was a Valet Supervisor overnight in Nola. I always loved driving them. Great first car.
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CazMods wrote Was really debating between a couple different car's, ended up going with the most reliable and practical car for Michigan's harsh winters. Ended up buying a 2017 Ford Fusion Sport after being in one of my buddies that he leased. Can't be more happy with it! Ended up getting a rear muffler delete, CAI and a tune that adds around 100hp! It's AWD with a stock 325 HP with twin-turbos. It's a perfect daily that can still smoke some cars off a dig.


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Definitely has some respectable power so don't take this the wrong way. Everyone I've known with one of these, the Ford Sync system fails. Nobody can replace it except Ford themselves which ends up being over $1000. If you end up being one of the lucky ones, it should be reliable for a long time. (Should've got a Chrylser though )
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