2017 Ford Fusion vs 2017 Toyota Camry
Two of the most popular midsize sedans square off in a showdown to see which vehicle might be best served for you or your family. The Ford Fusion boasts excellent fuel economy, a European luxury design, and a ton of technology inside the cabin. Drivers will feel connected as soon as they take a seat in the new Fusion — from the responsiveness of the pedals to connecting with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
While detailed specs and cool images are a great way to get started on your new car buying journey, the 2017 Fusion is best experienced in person right here at Sherwood Ford. If you haven’t sat inside a midsize sedan in a few years, you might be surprised by how much room there is inside the cabin. The performance and technology enhancement in the Fusion make it one on the top picks in its class in 2017.
|2017 Ford Fusion S||vs||2017 Toyota Camry L|
|175 @ 6,000 RPM||Horsepower||132 @ 6,000 RPM|
|8.5 seconds||Acceleration (0-60)||9.7 seconds|
|2.5-litre four-cylinder||Engine||1.8-litre four-cylinder|
Is the 2017 Ford Fusion versatile enough for Canadian winters?
One of the concerns folks in the Edmonton area have about driving sedans is there lack of all-wheel drive. Unlike the Toyota Camry, the Ford Fusion is available with all-wheel drive capability, adding to its versatility and value. While all-wheel drive is certainly handy when the snow falls, winter tires and traction control will be able to add peace of mind to any front-wheel drive sedan.
Take a test drive in the 2017 Ford Fusion at Sherwood Ford to experience its EcoBoost performance and tech upgrades like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.