From the moment it was introduced, the Ford Fusion made big waves. A big car that was attractive to look at and very satisfying to drive, the 2015 Ford Fusion impresses us with its beautiful design, roomy interior, and fantastic driving manners. And with a huge selection of models and powertrains -- including one naturally aspirated engine, a pair of turbos and two hybrid versions -- buyers have plenty of Fusions from which to choose.

The Fusion didn't change much between 2013 and 2015, aside from a bit of shuffling to powertrain availability the manual transmission was dropped for 2015) and the addition of a bit more standard equipment. The 2015 model year saw the addition of a standard-fit rearview camera and power front passenger seats for the SE (6-way) and Titanium (10-way) trims.

Also largely unchanged is our opinion of the Ford Fusion: Styling, interior space (particularly in the back seat) and the engaging driving experience are all high points. We like that Ford offers two hybrid variants, including a plug-in version that can drive up to 21 miles on battery power alone. Our biggest complaints: The MyFord Touch infotainment system can be difficult to use, especially while driving, and the plug-in hybrid's large battery pack eats up trunk space.

What We Like -Handsome styling; roomy interior; fun to drive; hybrid and plug-in options

What We Don't - Complicated infotainment system; hybrids compromise on trunk space