2018 Ford Fusion recommended tire pressure levels
Commuter professionals and busy families both agree that the Ford Fusion family is one of the top performing sedan lines out there. Tech innovation and searing adrenaline are yours, wrapped up in a package that’s as beautiful to gaze upon as it is to fire up and drive. But the Fusion is only able to go as far as its tires take it, and that’s why you should keep them at an optimal inflation always. Come and see the 2018 Ford Fusion recommended tire pressure levels with us to see where you should stand!
What is the optimal tire pressure level in the 2018 Ford Fusion?
Since underinflated tires can cause unnecessary strain on your axles, and overinflated tires run a higher risk of damage and loss of traction, it’s essential to keep all your tires at a uniform inflation. For most models, this means a pound per square inch (psi) reading of 35, though you could get away with as high as 40 psi depending on the weather and distance you’re traveling.
Does the 2018 Ford Fusion have a Tire Pressure Monitoring System?
Short answer: Yes! If you have a 2018 Fusion that’s outfitted with SYNC® infotainment, you’ll also be treated to Tire Pressure Monitoring technology. This is a series of sensors that the Fusion uses to detect when your tires are getting too low on air, making it easier for you to know where you’re at!
Test drive a 2018 Ford Fusion in Nesquehoning PA
If you need a fresh set of tires for your Fusion model, come see our Kovatch Ford service team today to get some installed. Otherwise, if you’re looking to get behind the wheel of a Fusion, you’re in luck! There are plenty in our current inventory that you can test drive today. Come and see us to step inside and roll off the lot in this American icon!