The Ford Fusion Meets Three Worthy Opponents in a Lake Shore Ford Comparative Review

How has your sedan research been going? Here at Lake Shore Ford, we're confident that we have a solution for those struggling to find an answer to this question. Our comparative reviews help you to advance your new car information-gathering in a profound way, helping you to weigh the respective factors that matter to decide what vehicle really has your lifestyle accounted for. And with our three car comparison of the Ford Fusion to the Honda Accord, Kia Optima and Nissan Altima, we believe that you will be locating your dream daily driver soon enough!

Ford Fusion S vs. Honda Accord EX

  • Ford Sync infotainment is always a big draw for sedan enthusiasts, as it covers your wide array of advanced driver technology needs. This renowned system is something that you can't look forward to in the comparative Honda model, however
  • The Fusion offers both the driver and front passenger a level of comfort that you can't find in the Accord. This is noticeable through the front head and nearly two inches more of front leg room you're afforded
  • Don't think the Fusion forgot about your guests though. EPA passenger space and rear shoulder room is greater in the Fusion than its opponent
  • The advantage in EPA trunk space with the Fusion is notable as well, as you can look forward to storing your supplies without sacrificing the space of those that accompany you

Ford Fusion S vs. Kia Optima EX

  • Do you enjoy having your digital devices fully charged and ready for the adventures ahead of you? The standard 12v power outlet in the Ford Fusion S can help you stay on top of your battery life, while you will have to move up in trim level with the Optima for this feature
  • Ford Sync infotainment, a staple of the Ford lineup, offers advanced technology that covers your travel directions, your connectivity to friends and your favorite music and radio channels. Don't expect advanced technology this inspiring in the Kia Optima
  • Warranty coverage on this new Ford model is impressive, with five years or unlimited miles of corrosion coverage. With five miles or just 100,000 miles in the Optima for corrosion or rust through coverage, you can expect less reassurances
  • The Fusion offers nearly three inches more rear leg and more rear shoulder room than the Kia model being compared

Ford Fusion S vs. Nissan Altima 2.5

  • The Ford Fusion backs up its dependable reputation for safety with five stars in overall side barrier crash ratings, a category that the Altima comes up with just four stars in
  • Standard cruise control in the Ford Fusion makes your commutes more manageable, while you may feel like it is more effort to get to work in the Altima
  • Optional premium wheels for the base Fusion allow you to capture style with any model, while you may have to move up in trim level to flash in the Nissan sedan
  • With rear head, leg and shoulder advantages, as well as more EPA passenger room, your guests will be thankful that you chose the Ford Fusion over the Nissan Altima

Wondering about some of the other ways that the Ford Fusion excels over the competition? We would be happy to outline these advantages in person at Lake Shore Ford, where this new Ford model is readily available to preview in our showroom and test drive around town!

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