Until a few weeks ago we had a 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid and a 2014 Ford Fusion Hybrid. Being older (I'm 69 and my wife is 73) we want cars with as many safety driving assists as possible as well as easy entry/exit and a comfortable ride. The 2014 Fusion was supposed to have all available assists available at the time but didn't due to various mistakes in ordering. So I was considering a replacement.
Then the news about Ford dropping sedans came out. The 2018 Titanium would have been a lovely upgrade, and the 2019 would be as well with its cruise control that goes down to stop/start. But, frankly, this news looks like a killer for the cars holding their value.
So we ended up replacing the 11 year old Camry with a RAV4 Hybrid, going the SUV route. A bit less gas mileage than the Fusion, but it has all the safety assists and then some, and the easy in/out of an SUV. Cost was 10% higher than the old Camry, so actually less considering inflation, and was 10% less than the Fusion. Insurance is actually less expensive than either, being $200/year less than the Camry it replaced.
Keeping the Fusion as our second car. The real shame is we much prefer the Ford dealer service (we've been there for 32 years!) over the Toyota service, so in that respect we would have been happier keeping with Ford.