Ford has a winner. Very fews complaints. I think the reviewer is completely wrong on the handling part of his review. The Milan hybrid does have excessive body roll but the Fusion is very much under control for a 4 door mid sized car. Takes corners like a sport sedan (not the best but very good). The brakes are also mis-represented by viewer. During most of the braking, the electric motor is actually slowing down the car and generating electricity for the battery. Only in the last few feet does the brake pads actually come into play to stop the car from about 3-5 miles per hour. The regen is 90% efficient. Amazing! The switch from the motor to the brake pads is felt but not objectionable. I'm sure that the passengers (not the driver) will even notice it. There is a little "stutter" if you let the car creep slightly but then you learn not to do that! Yes there is no pass through or folding rear seats. I'm surprised the reviewer didn't complain about the smaller trunk...all because of the battery that the hybrid needs. I hope car buyers are smarter than the reviewer assumes them to be and can see for themselves the trunk size, the non-folding seats and no pass through. These are nit-picking complaints compared to the tech and design that went into this car. If you want a hybrid, drive a Prius (slug), the new Lexus (overpriced, lower MPG and handles like a slug) and then the Fusion. You will be as amazed as I am. Averaging 40 MPG and getting better over time.