2020 Ford Fusion Gas-Powered Engine Power Ratings

How Powerful are the Gas-Powered 2020 Ford Fusion Models at Brandon Ford in Tampa FL?

By Product Expert | Posted in Ford Fusion, Powertrain on Wednesday, November 13th, 2019 at 8:00 am
side view of a white 2020 Ford Fusion

2020 Ford Fusion Gas-Powered Engine Power Ratings

There are many reasons why we call the new Ford Fusion lineup at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL, the most versatile new sedan lineup ever created – and one of those reasons is the fact that the 2020 Ford Fusion lineup offers a trio of gas-powered powertrain options to choose from, to say nothing about the hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrain options that are also available. But which of these three gas-powered 2020 Fusion powertrain options is right for you? Well, we’re going to help you figure that out right here as we take a look at the gas-powered engine power ratings for the 2020 Ford Fusion lineup.

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Examining the Trio of Gas-Powered Engine Options for the 2020 Ford Fusion Lineup at Brandon Ford in Tampa FLfront view of a white 2020 Ford Fusion

We told you during our introduction that the 2020 Ford Fusion lineup boasts a trio of gas-powered engine options to choose from, so let’s know what those engine options are, specifically. It should also be noted that all four 2020 Ford Fusion trim levels can feature any of these engines. Up first is a 4-cylinder EcoBoost 1.5-liter engine offering a horsepower rating of 181 and a torque rating of 185 pound-feet. Next is a 4-cylinder EcoBoost 2.0-liter engine offering a horsepower rating of 245 and a torque rating of 275 pound-feet. Finally, there’s a 4-cylinder i-VCT 2.5-liter engine offering a horsepower rating of 175 and a torque rating of 175 pound-feet.

For more on the 2020 Ford Fusion lineup and all of the other new Ford models at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL, please contact our staff.

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