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Old 22nd March 2010, 06:41   #16
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Sachin, congrats. I had no doubts of the Fusion, even 5 years back. When I looked at the car, I knew, I had to buy this one. I am now a happy guy for the last 5 years and still counting ! (I have Fusion +, petrol, no ABS)

The car has done about 65K and returns an FE of a about 11-14 in city. That may be because I avoid bumper to bumper traffic and mostly choose times, that allow me to drive 4th/5th gear. On the highways I have even hit an FE of about 18-19 (without AC).

As you say lots and lots of space and an able partner for long drives. Yes the spares are costly, but all in all I am happy with Metro's service.
Congrats again and enjoy the drive.

Here is the ownership review: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/long-t...-till-55k.html

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