2017 Toyota Camry vs 2017 Ford Fusion
With all the new categories of cars, crossovers, hybrids, SUVs the sedan category may not seem as exciting as it used to be. Well, we have news for you. As one of the most competitive categories in the automotive world, car companies have to stay primed to stay competitive. The Toyota Camry is said to be the best-selling sedan of all time. It doesn’t rest on its laurels. In 2017, the Toyota Camry made its premium sound system standard. Previously this had been an available feature at additional cost. Toyota has also discontinued the special edition trim level in order to streamline the product offering.
The 2017 Ford Fusion is longer and sleeker than the 2017 Toyota Camry, but may not always be perceived as a positive attribute. The sloping roof of the Ford Fusion makes the back seat less passenger friendly and reduces visibility quite a bit. While the 2017 Ford Fusion has upgraded the infotainment system and is also available with a V6 engine, some drivers have commented that dashboard and infotainment icons are small and difficult to read.
|2017 Camry||vs||2017 Ford Fusion|
|24 City / 34 Hwy.||MPG||21 City / 32 Hwy.|
|2.5L and 178hp||Engine||2.5L and 175hp|
|15ft 10.9 in.||Length||15ft 11.8 in.|
Test Drive a 2017 Toyota Camry
The 2017 Toyota Camry has great fuel efficiency and ample interior room. It handles well and is comfortable to ride in. The ride is quiet and smooth. If price and long term cost are factors the 2017 Toyota Camry provides a lower price and more fuel savings over time. The standard engine on the 2017 Camry also provides slightly more horsepower than the Ford Fusion.
If you’d like to experience the 2017 Toyota Camry we invite you to stop by for a test drive. We’d love to walk you through the features and benefits of the car and let you get a first-hand impression of the handling. We are pretty sure that once you have experienced the 2017 Toyota Camry you will understand how it has stayed so competitive in a very competitive category.