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In What Ways is the 2019 Ford Fusion Lineup Better than the 2018 Ford Fusion Lineup?By Product Expert | Posted in Comparisons, Ford Fusion on Monday, May 21st, 2018 at 8:00 am
2019 Ford Fusion vs 2018 Ford Fusion
For many automotive companies not named Ford, new model years typically mean releasing a bunch of carryover models and hyperbolic language meant to make you think the new model is better than the previous model when it’s really not. But that’s not how Ford does business – especially when it comes to these last few model years, which have been packed to the brim with all-new models. And Ford is continuing that trend during the 2019 model year with even more all-new models – like the all-new 2019 Ford Fusion. But instead of just telling you how great the all-new Fusion lineup is, we’re going to show you by comparing it to its previous incarnation in this 2019 Ford Fusion versus 2018 Ford Fusion head-to-head model comparison.
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2019 Fusion Lineup vs 2018 Fusion Lineup: Power, Gas Mileage and Electric Driving Range
The engine and powertrain options for the 2018 Ford Fusion lineup were impressive, but they can’t hold a candle to the engine and powertrain choices of the all-new 2019 Ford Fusion lineup. Now, you may be wondering how that could be given the fact that the 2019 Fusion lineup offers the same engine and powertrain choices offered by the 2018 Fusion lineup, but all of those engines and powertrains have been improved for the new model year to provide more power and better fuel efficiency. That goes for the 2019 Fusion Hybrid and 2019 Fusion Energi, as well, with the all-new Fusion Energi itself offering an electric-only driving range 20 percent higher than what was offered by the 2018 Fusion Energi.
2019 Fusion Lineup vs 2018 Fusion Lineup: Standard Safety and Driver Assistance Features
The suite of advanced new safety, technology, comfort and convenience features offered by the 2019 Ford Fusion lineup as a whole is more comprehensive than what’s offered by the 2018 Fusion lineup, but there’s one aspect of that list that stands out above the rest. And that’s the fact that the 2019 Ford Fusion lineup will be the first to feature the all-new Ford Co-Pilot360 Driver Assistance Package standard. You can click the link to learn all about this impressive new safety suite.
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