What should I replace my Ford Fusion with?

What should I replace my Ford Fusion with?

Asked on 27 December 2016 by Ian Upton

Answered by Honest John
The logical Ford is a B-Max. But you could consider a Peugeot 2008 or a Renault Captur.
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