|2016 Toyota Camry||2016 Ford Fusion|
|25 MPG||City Fuel Economy||22 MPG|
|35 MPG||HWY Fuel Economy||
|178 @ 6000 RPM||Horsepower||175 @ 6000 RPM|
|2.5-liter, I-4||Engine||2.5-liter, I-4|
2016 Toyota Camry vs 2016 Ford Fusion
The Toyota Camry is arguably the most popular mid-size sedan in the world. The Camry has been on the market since the early 1980s, so it has a long tradition of popularity and success in the mid-size sedan segment. Toyota has continued to be innovative and progressive with the Camry, and as a result it has remained relevant and popular for all these years now. The Camry has always been known for its great customization options, exceptional drive quality, spacious interior and excellent fuel economy rating. Toyota has taken everything that we already love about the Camry to the next level for the new 2016 model year.
The mid-size sedan segment is by far one of the most competitive categories in the automotive industry today. The Camry competes against other heavy-hitters in the segment such as the Honda Accord, Nissan Altima and Chevy Impala. However its biggest competitor is arguably the Ford Fusion model. The Fusion was released back in 2005 to a massive amount of fanfare, and it has continued to grow in popularity by leaps and bounds ever since. Therefore, we have decided to match up the 2016 Toyota Camry vs 2016 Ford Fusion in order to find out which vehicle is best in the new model year.
2016 Toyota Camry: Dependability and Style
When we match up the specifications of the 2016 Toyota Camry against the 2016 Ford Fusion, it becomes clear that the Camry is the overwhelmingly obvious choice. One of the categories where the 2016 Toyota Camry is clearly able to outshine the 2016 Ford Fusion is with its fuel economy rating. The 2.5-liter, I-4 engine that comes standard in the 2016 Toyota Camry is able to achieve an exceptional highway fuel economy rating of 35 miles per gallon, and 22 miles per gallon in the city. On the other hand, the 2016 Ford Fusion is only able to achieve a highway fuel economy rating of 34 miles per gallon and a city fuel economy rating of 22 miles per gallon.
In most cases, when a vehicle gets exceptional fuel economy, it lacks in power. However, that is simply not the case here. You truly can have the best of both worlds when it comes to power and fuel efficiency with the new 2016 Toyota Camry. In fact, the Camry boasts 178 horsepower, which makes it more powerful than the 2016 Ford Fusion that only boasts 175 horsepower.
Finally, when you compare the 2016 Toyota Camry to competitors such as the Ford Fusion, you can’t overlook its track record of dependability. The Toyota Camry has had many decades of proven reliability in the automotive industry, so you know exactly what you are getting with this model. On the other hand, the Ford Fusion has not been on the market nearly as long as the Camry.