For 2019, the Fusion gets a mild freshening, which includes standard safety features as part of the Ford Co-Pilot 360 suite, and, for the plug-in hybrid version, an extension of the electric-only range. The Fusion is a delight to drive, with a supple ride and nimble handling reminiscent of a European sports sedan. All trim levels and powertrains feel solid and upscale, with a quiet, well-finished cabin. We found the optional leather seats to be more supportive than the cloth ones, and the rear seat is somewhat snug. The 1.5- and 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinders are powerful enough, but neither has competitive fuel economy. A high-end version, the V6 Sport, is equipped with all-wheel drive and a 325-hp, 2.7-liter turbo V6.