2017 Ford Fusion vs 2017 Toyota Camry

Entering the market for a new vehicle requires a lot of research and patience. As a car owner, it’s important to put in the time to make sure you know exactly what you’re buying before you purchase it. This can be especially challenging if the information you need is not readily available. That’s where we come in. Our team here at Western Slope Auto is bringing Ford models head-to-head with the competition to show drivers how our vehicles compare.

This time around we’re focusing on the classic Ford Fusion. We’re going to show drivers how the 2017 Fusion compares to the popular 2017 Toyota Camry. To keep the comparison even, we’re going to highlight features and performance capabilities from the base trims of both models. Let’s dive in to see what each of these sedans have to offer.

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2017 Ford Fusion S 2017 Toyota Camry LE
175-hp, 2.5-liter I-4 Engine 178-hp, 2.5-liter I-4
Standard USB Ports Not available
60 months/60,000 miles Roadside Assistance 24 months/unlimited miles
$22,610 MSRP $23,070

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As we can see from the chart above, the 2017 Ford Fusion S and the 2017 Toyota Camry LE have quite a bit in common. Both vehicles are set standard with the same size engines producing comparable horsepower. Drivers will notice that the Fusion has a lower starting price point than the Camry, and it is also set with a longer roadside assistance program.

Both vehicles have seating for five and 103 cubic feet of space for passenger volume. One notable difference between the two is the amount of space the driver and front seat passenger have to stretch out their legs. Those who choose the Ford Fusion will have 44.3 inches of legroom, whereas those who choose the Toyota Camry will have just 41.6 inches. There is also slightly more space in the trunk of the Fusion than in the Camry giving drivers more room for additional belongings.

The 2017 Fusion and the 2017 Camry both come standard with the following features on their base trims: CD player, Bluetooth compatibility, voice recognition, 60/40 split bench seats, cruise control and daytime running lights. The Fusion comes out on top with additional features not available on the base of the Camry. These include cargo tie downs, an in-vehicle assistance service, LED brake lights, a keyless access system and available front fog lights.

Those interested in learning more about the 2017 Ford Fusion are welcome to contact us here at Western Slope Auto for more information. Drivers can get behind the wheel by scheduling a test drive online today.

2017 Ford Fusion dashboard
2017 Ford Fusion dashboard
2017 Ford Fusion seating
2017 Ford Fusion technology

Ford Fusion Grand Junction CO
Ford Fusion Grand Junction CO