2016 Toyota Camry vs. 2016 Ford Fusion
2016 Toyota Camry
2016 Ford Fusion
The 2016 Toyota Camry and the 2016 Ford Fusion are two midsize sedans that have popular appeal among many of today’s drivers in Palm Beach Gardens, West Palm Beach, and Jupiter. They offer contemporary looks, balanced performance, and lots of standard features. As similar as they may appear on the surface, however, these cars are meaningfully different when you dive into the details, with the Camry outclassing the Fusion in terms of max horsepower, fuel economy, and more. While you search for your next new car, find out how they compare head to head. Then head from West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, or Jupiter to check out the Camry in person at Earl Stewart Toyota.
The base engines for both of these cars are fairly similar in terms of power, but as you move up to the more powerful engine options you’ll see how the Camry has a lot more to offer.
- 2016 Toyota Camry Specs: An optional 3.5L V6 engine puts out 268 horsepower and can jump from zero to 60 mph in a quick 6.2 seconds.
- 2016 Ford Fusion Specs: A turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder puts out just 240 horsepower and takes a full 6.9 seconds to move from zero to 60 mph.
The fuel-efficient base engine in the 2016 Toyota Camry helps you cut your gas bill month in and month out with fuel economy rated at up to an EPA-estimated 25 mpg city and 35 mpg highway. In the Ford Fusion, fuel economy only reaches up to 22 mpg city and 34 mpg highway.
If you like technology, you will find a lot more of it integrated seamlessly into the 2016 Toyota Camry. The base trim comes with a 6.1-inch touchscreen, the Siri Eyes free feature for iPhones, and a six-speaker stereo. Higher trim levels are available with wireless charging for smartphone devices and a telematics system that connects you to roadside assistance providers and notifies authorities following a collision. In comparison, the base trim for the Fusion has no touchscreen, no compatibility with Apple devices, and a speaker with only four speakers. No trim is available with wireless charging.
If you want to protect yourself and your passengers from all the dangers of the roadway, the Toyota Camry has been shown to stand up better. The IIHS gave the car a top rating of “Good” in the important small-overlap frontal-offset impact test. The IIHS rated the Fusion, on the other hand, only “Acceptable” in the same test.
Expect More From the 2016 Toyota Camry at Earl Stewart Toyota
In all the categories that really matter to discerning drivers, the Camry is able to do better. Find out how it feels on the road by visiting Earl Stewart Toyota at 1215 US-1 in Lake Park, FL. We are less than 20 minutes from Palm Beach Gardens, West Palm Beach, and Jupiter, and we’re easy to locate right next to the water and across from the Publix supermarket. Visit us in person to work with our stellar team, and please contact us if you have any questions.