|2017 Ford Fusion||VS||2017 Toyota Camry|
|175 hp, 175 lb-ft of torque||Standard Engine Specs||178 hp, 170 lb-ft of torque|
|44.3 inches||Front Legroom||41.6 inches|
|16.0 cu ft||Cargo Volume||15.4 cu ft|
When it comes to choosing a new car, it can be tough to make a decision, especially in a segment like the midsize sedan class. Thankfully, we're here to help by comparing some of the highlight features between the 2017 Ford Fusion vs the 2017 Toyota Camry.
Let's start by looking at what's under the hood. When it comes to standard engine specs, you really can't go too wrong. Though the Camry does deliver slightly more horsepower than the Fusion when comparing standard engines, the standard power plant in the Fusion delivers more torque. What does stand out, however, is that the Fusion is the only vehicle that is available with an AWD system rather than simply being FWD.
AWD is a big deal, whether you frequently travel on snowy roads or take your vehicle on rougher roadways. It certainly can deliver some additional driving peace of mind on a wide variety of road surfaces. But, what about the interior of these vehicles?
One surprising difference between the Fusion and Camry is that the Fusion provides up to 44.3 inches of front legroom, yet the Camry falls far behind with only 41.6 inches. The Fusion also provides more overall cargo space. Moreover, the 2017 Fusion has some standard features that the Camry does not, such as a keyless access system, USB ports, LED brake lights and an in-vehicle assistance service.
When comparing the 2017 Ford Fusion vs the 2017 Toyota Camry, it appears the Fusion may have the edge. To find out for yourself, contact us at Sanders Ford to schedule a test drive.