Thinking of an Auto Mechanic Career? Meet the 2017 Ford Fusion Sport
Auto fans generally want one thing from a car with the word “sport” tacked onto its name: power. They want to know that when they get in, they can floor the pedal and drive off—quickly. That’s exactly what the new Ford Fusion Sport promises to deliver in affordable style.
If you want to get paid to work on cars of all shapes and sizes, it’s a good idea to keep on top of the latest and most exciting entrants to the market. To that end, take a look at the 2017 Ford Fusion Sport.
Here are a couple of the most exciting points to note about this new model.
Students in Auto Mechanic Courses Might Be Impressed to See a Pickup Engine in a Sedan
Pickups need a little extra oomph to get up and go, but what happens when, as with the 2017 Ford Fusion Sport, you stick a pickup engine (specifically, a 2.7-liter twin-turbo V6) in a sedan? Something like needing only 6-7 seconds to go from 0-100 km/h. In a car that goes for just over $40,000, that’s not shabby at all.
Buyers also get six-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive to go along with that, keeping the driving experience nice and smooth. There’s a lot of heavy stuff going on, though. This thing tips the scales at around 4,000 pounds, so don’t expect it to be an all-out speed demon. The 2017 Ford Fusion Sport performs well, but even with all its snazzy features, it’s not going to match a lighter, higher-end model.
Students in Auto Mechanic Courses Will Appreciate the Fusion Sport’s Safety Features
Students looking to pursue careers in the auto industry might know that slapping cameras and sensors onto modern vehicles isn’t just a trendy thing to do—it makes for a much safer drive. There are lots of security features you might see in a 2017 Fusion Sport; some come standard, others are optional, but all are a big step towards improving driver safety.
A standard feature sure to be beloved by anybody who drives bumpy roads is the electronically controlled damping, which uses 12 sensors to continuously adjust the suspension to react to potholes and other dips and bumps. Buyers who are technologically inclined can also get automatic high beams, lane-keeping assist, and active park assist systems thrown in by adding on a couple of option packs.
There Are Some Nice Visual Flourishes to See, But Don’t Expect a Work of Art
Take a look at the 2017 Fusion Sport head-on and you’ll get an eyeful of a distinct, black, honeycomb-patterned grille, with very little chrome to be had. It’s a pretty unique look, and one that is accented by the default rims, which are dark. The result is a vehicle that boasts an imposing look.
Inside the car is nothing exciting. The interior offers more dark colouring, but the seats look pretty basic, and not as sporty as you might expect from the “Sport” model of the Fusion. But if you’re interested in an auto mechanic career you’re probably most interested in the mechanical elements of the car anyway. And as we’ve seen, those are pretty solid.
With good power and nice safety features, the 2017 Ford Fusion Sport makes up for a so-so aesthetic and establishes itself as a car to watch for auto enthusiasts everywhere.
Are you interested in taking auto mechanic courses so you can begin a career working on cool new models like the 2017 Ford Fusion Sport?
Contact an advisor at Automotive Training Centres today to find out more!
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