2019 Ford Fusion vs 2018 Ford Fusion

2019 Ford Fusion vs 2018 Ford Fusion

One of the many exciting all-new models Ford is releasing during the 2019 model year is the all-new Fusion. The all-new 2019 Ford Fusion lineup – which we have right here at Akins Ford near Atlanta, GA – represents a monumental step forward for the lineup for a wide variety of reasons, which include upgraded and updated powertrain options, a refreshed and more modern style, a more convenient and connected interior, and a comprehensive suite of advanced new safety, technology, comfort and convenience features that includes the all-new Ford Co-Pilot360 suite of driver assistance technology standard.

That short list alone should tell you all you need to know about how the 2019 Ford Fusion lineup has improved upon the impressive precedent set by the 2018 Ford Fusion lineup. For an even more in-depth analysis, check out the rest of this 2019 Ford Fusion versus 2018 Ford Fusion head-to-head model comparison.



2019 Ford Fusion

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2018 Ford Fusion

Yes 4-Cylinder, V6 and Hybrid Powertrains? Yes
Yes Best-in-Class V6 Power Rating? Yes
Yes Standard Adaptive Cruise Control & Navigation? No
Yes Standard Ford Co-Pilot360? No

Get More Standard Features, Better Gas Mileage, and a Higher Electric-Only Driving Range with an All-New 2019 Ford Fusion from Akins Ford near Atlanta GA

Since our comparison table above starts off by comparing the engine and powertrain options of the two most recent Fusion lineups, we’re going to start off there as well. As you can see, both the 2019 Fusion lineup and the 2018 Fusion lineup offer 4-cylinder, V6 and hybrid powertrain options. They also both offer best-in-class V6 power ratings. The difference is that the 2019 Fusion lineup gets better gas mileage, while also offering a higher electric-only driving range for its hybrid models.

The main crux of the improvements made to the all-new Ford Fusion lineup revolves around adding more standard features across all trim levels. These standard additions are headlined by the all-new Ford Co-Pilot360 suite of advanced new driver assistance features, a list of which includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind spot information technology, lane keeping capabilities, a rear backup camera, and automatic high-beam lighting technology. The 2019 Fusion lineup also offers a newly standard adaptive cruise control system and a newly standard navigation system.

For more on the 2019 Ford Fusion lineup, please reach out to our friendly staff here at Akins Ford near Atlanta, GA.