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Default Ford Fusion Plus re-introduced

Ford has re-introduced Fusion Plus variant in both Petrol and Diesel versions. It comes with 4 way height adjustable driver seat, ABS & EBD, Electrically adjustable ORVM, 15" Alloy wheels, Body colored mirrors, door handles, side skirting and rear deck lid handle.

1.6 Petrol is priced @6.25laks Ex-showroom (Bangalore) compared to 5.86 laks for the base model.

1.4 diesel will cost 7.15 laks Ex-showroom Bangalore while the base model is 6.75 laks.

Obvisouly this move is to compete with Skoda Fabia. However i doubt how well it will be received. Fusion (petrol) is my favorite car, however i always thought that its base variant it self priced high atleat by 50K.

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