2016 Honda Accord Sedan vs. 2016 Ford Fusion
The 2016 Honda Accord Sedan is one of the most popular sedans across Malin and Keno, easily outpacing competitors like the 2016 Ford Fusion. With top safety scores, exclusive on-board technologies, and far more power beneath the hood, there’s little reason for drivers to consider the Fusion over the Accord.
- LX: The entry-level LX comes with a multi-angle rearview camera with guidelines, 16-inch alloy wheels, a Bluetooth HandsFreeLink system with streaming audio, and cruise control.
- Sport: The Sport showcases 19-inch alloy wheels, 10-way power driver’s seat, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel as standard. It also provides an extra 4 hp over the LX.
- EX: The EX comes with a Honda LaneWatch safety system, Smart Entry system with Push Button Start, one-touch power moonroof with tilt feature, and a HomeLink remote system.
- EX-L: The EX-L offers a 10-way power driver’s seat, leather-trimmed seats, heated front seats, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
- EX-L V6: The EX-L V6 combines the standout features of the regular EX-L model with the power of the Accord’s V6 engine.
- Touring: The top-of-the-line Touring trim comes with a Honda satellite-linked navigation system with voice-recognition technology, parking sensors, and all of the driver-assistance features of the Honda Sensing package.
The 2016 Ford Fusion offers half the choice, with just three trim levels to choose from.
- S: Equips 16-inch steel wheels, power mirrors, and a rearview camera.
- SE: With a six-speaker sound system, 8-way driver’s seat, and rear air ducts.
- Titanium: It’s not until the Titanium that you’ll be able to enjoy keyless entry, HD radio, and 18-inch alloy wheels.
Powertrains and MPG
- 2.4L Four-Cylinder: Makes 185 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque (or 189 hp and 182 lb-ft of torque with the Sport model). With this engine and a CVT, the 2016 Accord LX offers 27 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway.*
- 3.5L V6: Generates up to 278 hp and 252 lb-ft of torque for a sporty and responsive ride.
The 2016 Ford Fusion just can’t keep up. Its standard 2.5L engine comes in at just 175 hp and 175 lb-ft of torque, but still only achieves up to 22 and 34. You can then either opt for an available 181 hp 1.5L, which is less powerful than the Accord’s standard engine, or a 240-hp V6, which falls well short of the Accord’s V6.
Comfort and Convenience Features
- Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto™: Connect your smartphone to the vehicle’s touchscreen quickly and easily.
- Multi-Angle Rearview Camera: Honda’s outstanding rearview monitor provides three viewing angles in order to deliver a comprehensive view of the area behind your vehicle.
- Heated Rear Seats: Both the Accord and the Fusion offer heated front seats, but only the Accord gives you the option of heated rear seats, too.
The Fusion was rated as only “Acceptable” in the small front overlap tests, “Marginal” in terms of child seat anchors, and a woeful “Basic” in terms of frontal crash protection.
The 2016 Honda Accord is a Sedan Without Competition
The 2016 Ford Fusion fails to keep pace with the 2016 Honda Accord Sedan, no matter your needs. To test-drive your Accord near Malin and Keno, just come to Klamath Falls Honda in Klamath Falls, OR.
*Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.