2017 Ford Fusion vs Toyota Camry - Waxahachie TX

2017 Ford Fusion vs 2017 Toyota Camry
2017 Ford Fusion 2017 Toyota Camry
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2017 Ford Fusion vs 2017 Toyota Camry

Serving Waxahachie, Red Oak, and Dallas, TX

Shoppers considering mid-size sedans are interested in good-looking cars that are affordable, practical and built to last. Two of the top contenders in this segment are the 2017 Ford Fusion and the 2017 Toyota Camry. Both are known for their quality construction, dependability and high resale value. Fusion and Camry come in several trim levels to accommodate every budget, and even offer hybrid versions for eco-minded consumers. When you need to transport up to five people in comfort, Fusion and Camry are at the front of the pack.

Differences in Dimensions

The 2017 Ford Fusion is larger than the 2017 Toyota Camry. The Ford’s wheelbase is 112.2 inches and it’s 191.7 inches long. The Toyota has a 109.3-inch wheelbase and a 190.9-inch length. Fusion is also 11.8 inches wider than Camry. The Fusion cabin is roomier, with more passenger space. Occupants will enjoy the fact that Fusion has more front head room and leg room, as well as superior rear shoulder room. The Fusion S is equipped with P215 tires surrounding alloy wheels, compared to the P205’s and steel wheels on the Camry LE. One other difference that is important to many drivers: Fusion is available with All Wheel Drive, Camry is not.

Which Car Design Looks Better?

The Ford Fusion is no bland wallflower. Its contemporary exterior style will have you thinking of British super-luxury sedans, enhanced by a new lower bumper, grille, headlights and taillights for 2017. Delightful touches include an EasyFuel capless gas filler system that ensures you will never again lose the gas cap. Ford has gone all in on LED lighting for the Fusion, including headlamps, foglamps, taillamps and accent lighting. The Fusion S Appearance Package adds 18-inch premium wheels and a rear spoiler, as well as several interior enhancements.

Differences in Safety

Ford engineers have made available just about every safety feature you could expect in Fusion’s price segment. Lane-Keeping System includes a camera mounted behind the windshield that scans the road ahead. The system alerts you when you drift out of lane without signaling, and can even apply steering torque to remind you to move back into the lane. The rearview camera is standard in all Fusion trim levels, while adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go will dynamically maintain your following distance, even bringing you to a full stop when necessary before automatically resuming travel. One safety feature you’ll find on the Ford but not the Toyota is a set of inflatable rear safety belts for outboard passengers. Available cross-traffic alert utilizes radar to warn you of approaching traffic as you back out of a parking space. Radar also powers the blind spot information system that displays in the appropriate sideview mirror.


Our Ford dealership offers a wide range of vehicles from which you can choose. We are proud of our tradition of making customer satisfaction our top priority. We invite you to stop in today and test drive a winner, the 2017 Ford Fusion!

* Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

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