Simi Valley Ford

2440 First Street
Directions Simi Valley, CA 93065

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Learn More About the Ford Fusion

The Ford Fusion Takes on the Competition

Here at Simi Valley Ford, we understand there are a lot of options available when you're searching for a new car, especially when it comes to four-door, five-passenger sedans.

But, with a luxury-level flair and unmatched style, we think our Ford Fusion is the best choice around. Here, we've pitted our Fusion against three of its main competitors. If you're trying to make a decision, read on. We think you'll agree that the Fusion comes out ahead of those other sedans in a number of key areas.

Obviously, as your Simi Valley home for all the latest Ford cars, trucks, and SUVs, we could go on and on about all the ways the Ford Fusion is the best sedan for you and your family.

But, the best way to illustrate the Fusion's superiority over other sedans is to see it for yourself and take one for a test drive. Stop by Simi Valley Ford on First Street soon and let us introduce you to all the ways the Ford Fusion is the best mid-sized, four-door sedan on the market today.


Ford Fusion vs. Chevy Malibu

In addition to possessing sheer style and a sleeker appearance, the Ford Fusion offers three important things that are an improvement over the Chevy Malibu. First, the Fusion comes equipped with a standard engine that is more powerful than the base engine in the Malibu. The Fusion base engine is a 175-horsepower four-cylinder, while the Malibu standard equipment is only a 160-horsepower four-cylinder.

Additionally, the Ford Fusion base model comes with great features, so drivers don't have to spend top dollar to get the features they love. Every Fusion comes standard with Bluetooth connectivity and smartphone integration. The Malibu, meanwhile, is sparsely equipped, and drivers have to move up trim levels to get the same amenities in their Chevy.

Finally, only the Ford Fusion offers more hybrid model buying options. The Fusion has both a traditional and a plug-in hybrid in the family, while the Malibu only offers a regular hybrid version.

Ford Fusion vs. Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry may be everywhere, but, it's also average and nondescript compared to the Ford Fusion, with its distinctive and sophisticated style. The Fusion stands out from the crowd and has the look and feel of a high-end luxury model, while the Camry blends into the scenery. Plus, the Fusion offers more space in its stylish frame.

The Ford Fusion measures both taller and wider than the Camry, meaning there's more headroom and elbow room for you and your passengers in the Fusion. Plus, the Ford Fusion trunk space can hold more than 16 cubic feet of gear, while the Camry trunk clocks in right around 14 cubic feet.

Finally, as with the Chevy Malibu before it, the Toyota Camry doesn't give hybrid shoppers as much choice as the Ford Fusion. The Fusion's traditional hybrid and plug-in hybrid give Thousand Oaks and Camarillo drivers who are seeking a hybrid, more options than the Toyota Camry.

Ford Fusion vs. Honda Accord

Drivers in Moorpark, Santa Paula, and beyond will find a few reasons to choose the Ford Fusion over the staid Honda Accord. First of all, as with the Camry and the Malibu before it, the Honda Accord just doesn't afford drivers as many hybrid options. If you're in the market for a luxurious hybrid sedan, the Ford Fusion, with two amazing choices to choose from, just gives you more options for your investment dollars.

Additionally, the Ford Fusion base model comes equipped with more standard tech and safety features than the Honda Accord. Drivers considering the Accord won't get some features, including automatic headlights and LED taillights standard. But, they will get both those things starting at the base trim of the Ford Fusion.

Plus, the Ford Fusion offers more space than the Honda Accord. It's both taller and wider than the Accord, meaning more passenger breathing room for the Fusion. Also, the Ford Fusion trunk space holds more cubic feet of cargo than the trunk in the Accord.

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