How Much Can the Trunk of the 2020 Ford Fusion Hold?

By Product Expert | Posted in Ford Fusion, Passenger/Cargo Space on Wednesday, May 20th, 2020 at 3:56 pm
2020 Ford Fusion sedan on city street

2020 Ford Fusion Cargo Space

With the Ford Taurus now axed from the lineup, the Ford Fusion has taken over as the largest sedan available in the Ford lineup. Though deemed a midsize sedan, the 2020 Ford Fusion makes great use of its size with plenty of room for everyone and everything you want to bring on your adventures. Check out this guide for more details on the 2020 Ford Fusion cargo space and cabin dimensions, or experience this exceptional Ford favorite by test driving the Fusion for yourself at the Akins Ford dealership located just outside of Atlanta!

How Big is the Trunk of the 2020 Ford Fusion?

The 2020 Ford Fusion features 16.0 cubic feet of trunk space – an excellent figure for a midsize sedan. That’s vastly more space than popular market rivals like the Toyota Camry, Chevy Malibu and Mazda6 sedans. A set of standard 60/40-split folding rear seats enable versatile storage suitable for accommodating larger items, while a wide trunk opening and low liftover height make getting your cargo into place a breeze.

How Spacious is the Cabin of the 2020 Ford Fusion?

All versions of the 2020 Ford Fusion include seating for up to five occupants with a total passenger volume of 102.8 cubic feet. Broken down, passengers will enjoy 39.2 inches of head room and 44.3 inches of leg room in the front, or 37.8 inches of head room and 38.3 inches of leg room from the rear seats. The table provided offers a more in-depth look into the passenger space dimensions of the 2020 Ford Fusion sedan.

Dimension

Front Seats

Rear Seats

Leg Room

44.3 inches

38.3 inches

Head Room

39.2 inches

37.8 inches

Shoulder Room

57.8 inches

56.9 inches

Hip Room

55 inches

54.4 inches

2020 Ford Fusion trunk space

One Response to “How Much Can the Trunk of the 2020 Ford Fusion Hold?”

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