2020 Ford Fusion vs 2020 Honda Accord
If you’re shopping for a new sedan, the midsize car segment is crowded with practical options. For drivers that care about safety, the 2020 Ford Fusion and 2020 Honda Accord are two segment standouts. Eager to see which provides the best overall value for your investment. You can find all the details you need in this model comparison.
Whether you opt for the Fusion or the Accord, you can choose from the standard gas-powered model or a hybrid equivalent. The Fusion goes one further, adding a plug-in hybrid option rated for up to 104 MPGe. Check out the table below for details on pricing and performance from each lineup
2020 Ford Fusion
2020 Honda Accord
|2.5-liter 4-cylinder||Base Engine||1.5-liter turbo 4-cylinder|
|Standard||Blind-Spot Monitoring System||Available|
|Standard||Rain-Sensing Windshield Wipers||Available|
Comparing the Performance and Feature Highlights of the Ford Fusion and Honda Accord Sedans
For SUV-grade safety in a sedan-sized package, these are your go-to lineups. Both the 2020 Ford Fusion and the 2020 Honda Accord please on the front of safety with advanced features like automatic emergency braking, lane-keep assist and automatic high-beam headlights. But only the Ford Fusion rounds out the package with standard blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and rain-sensing wipers.
Among its several advantages, Fusion owners can opt for all-wheel drive, making it a rare find for the segment. And with standard FordPass Connect capabilities, you can start your vehicle, unlock doors, track vehicle location and much more all from your compatible smartphone. At the peak of the lineup, the Fusion Titanium breaches luxury status with premium leather upholstery, heated and cooled front seats, a power moonroof and the 12-speaker Sony audio system.
Drivers looking for more information on the Ford Fusion or any other model from the Ford lineup can reach out to the Akins Ford team for personalized assistance.