2018 Ford Fusion vs 2018 Toyota Camry
We love to boast about the versatility of the new Ford car, truck and SUV lineups we offer here at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL. But while all of our new Ford lineups feature a wide array of body style and trim level options, there is perhaps no more versatile new Ford lineup than the 2018 Ford Fusion lineup.
And, in all honesty, there’s probably not a more versatile sedan lineup in all the automotive industry than the new Ford Fusion lineup. We can say that because the 2018 Fusion lineup offers a varied list of powertrain choices, including hybrid and electric powertrain choices, to ensure it has something for every single car-buyer looking for a new sedan. If there’s one other non-Ford sedan lineup out there that can come close to matching that powertrain versatility, it’s the new Toyota Camry lineup, though even it pales in comparison to the new Fusion lineup, which you’ll quickly learn as you read our 2018 Ford Fusion versus 2018 Toyota Camry head-to-head model comparison.
2018 Ford Fusion
2018 Toyota Camry
|6||Powertrain Choices (Including Hybrid and Electric Powertrains)||3|
|325 HP & 380 lb-ft.||Maximum Horsepower & Torque Ratings||301 HP & 267 lb-ft.|
|104/91 MPG||Maximum City/Highway Gas Mileage||51/53 MPG|
|16.0 ft.3||Cargo Capacity||15.1 ft.3|
Comparing the Powertrain Options and Cargo Capacity of the 2018 Ford Fusion Lineup and the 2018 Toyota Camry Lineup
We spent most of our introduction talking about the varied powertrain options of the 2018 Ford Fusion lineup, so let’s begin our comparison there. Including its hybrid and electric powertrain options, the 2018 Ford Fusion lineup has six powertrains to choose from. The new Ford Fusion lineup’s most powerful engine offers 325 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque, and its most efficient powertrain can get you up to 104 miles per gallon in the city and 91 miles per gallon on the highway. Moving away from powertrains for a moment, the 2018 Ford Fusion lineup also provides 16 cubic-feet of cargo capacity in its trunk.
The 2018 Toyota Camry, on the other hand, has a total of only three powertrain choices from which to choose. Its most powerful engine provides just 301 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque, while its most efficient powertrain gets up to only 51 miles per gallon in the city and 53 miles per gallon on the highway. It also provides less cargo space, with a trunk that’s only 15.1 cubic-feet in size.
To learn more about the 2018 Ford Fusion lineup, please reach out to our friendly Brandon Ford staff in Tampa, FL.