Only issue I can say that I've noted is there have been several newer ones through the shop needing flywheels replaced, and this has been on AWD models. Have also see rear shock mounts needing replacement on a few too, though that hasn't been an overwhelming issue; I think it really subsided after pothole season passed.I drove a company owned Ford Fusion 2.0 Ecoboost SE model. New car 2014 model - I put 77k on it before retiring and a buddy continued on the job with it until they “retired” the Ford at 112k. Lots of power, but you have to refrain from stomping on the go fast peddle as the mileage really dropped.
No major engine problems - mindful of the speeding issue you will be ok. It was my second new Fusion and both were built in Hermosillo Mexico - very good build quality and it got a lot of attention as it was a sharp looking ride. ✔