Ford

831 Straits Turnpike
Directions Watertown, CT 06795

  • Sales: (888) 459-0251
  • Service: (877) 775-9936
  • Parts: (877) 785-0668

Compare the 2016 Ford Fusion in Watertown

Compare the Ford Fusion to the Competition

  If you're in the market for a midsize sedan, chances are you have a lot of boxes to check on your automotive shopping list. You want to make sure you're investing in a vehicle that's fun, safe, reliable, high-tech, sleek, and comfortable. Here at Shaker's Family Ford Lincoln, we know that the Fusion checks off every box on your list, but we also know that Watertown, CT area drivers are thorough in their research. That's why we've gathered some information on the competition so that you can see how the Fusion stacks up against other midsize sedans available in Waterbury, Bristol, Southington, New Milford, Naugatuck & beyond.

Call (888) 459-0251 to schedule a Fusion test drive today!

 

Ford Fusion vs. Hyundai Sonata in Watertown CT

The Sonata and the Fusion run a tight race, but several advantages give the Fusion the edge, including a lower price for its  range-topping model, more room for passengers, and available all-wheel drive.

  • The Hyundai Sonata does not offer all-wheel drive whereas the Ford Fusion does.
  • Top-tier performance will cost more in the Sonata. The range-toping Limited 2.0T model rings in at $34,075 whereas the Ford Fusion Titanium is $30,630.
  • Rear passenger room is greater in the Fusion than in the Sonata, meaning those riding with you will have more space to stretch.


Ford Fusion vs. Honda Accord in Watertown CT

The Ford Fusion and Honda Accord are just about tied as far as powertrain goes, but the Fusion inches ahead with more  space  to stretch, more room for your belongings, and a slightly lower MSRP.

  • The Ford Fusion's MSRP of $22,110 rings in just under the Accord's starting MSRP of $22,205.
  • The Fusion features more trunk space standard than the Accord (16 cubic feet vs. 15.8).
  • The Fusion features more front leg room than the Accord (44.3 cubic feet vs. 42.5).

 

Ford Fusion vs. Toyota Camry in Watertown CT

The Toyota Camry has been hailed as the king of midsize Sedans, but several advantages for the Fusion make for a worthy  climb to the throne, ranging from price to fuel economy.

  • The Ford Fusion features a lower starting MSRP than the Camry. The Fusion starts at $22,110 while the Camry rings in at $23,070.
  • The Fusion features three gasoline-powered engines while the Camry only features two.
  • The Camry's most efficient engine (2.4-liter 4-cylinder) is not as efficient as the Fusion's (1.5-ltier EcoBoost). The Camry's engine delivers 25 mpg city/35 mpg highway, while the Fusion delivers 25 mpg city and 37 mpg highway.
Info
AdChoices