2020 Ford Fusion vs 2019 Ford Fusion – Cincinnati, OH

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  • 2020 Ford Fusion

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    Starting at

    $23,170

    2019 Ford Fusion

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    Starting at

    $22,840

    141-275 HPHorsepower141-325 HP
    Standard on Titanium TrimCo-Pilot360 AssistNot Available on Titanium Trim
    43/41 MPGHybrid Fuel Economy43/41 MPG

    If you are thinking about purchasing a new sedan with plenty of space and nifty tech features, you might want to consider taking a closer look at this comparison between the 2020 Ford Fusion vs 2019 Ford Fusion. Both model years have high fuel economies and plenty of trunk space, but the truth is in the details. Because they are both new models, you might think that they aren’t entirely different. However, this is simply not the case. Overall enhancements and tech upgrades will, most likely, be the deciding factors when it comes to choosing a winner. Both offer buyers quiet interiors with well-appointed cabin designs, but the changes are visible in the exterior styling elements, trim levels, and engine options. Let’s put the 2020 Ford Fusion and the 2019 Ford Fusion user the microscope to settle the debate and help you choose which year is right for your daily driving needs.

  • Performance

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    2020 Ford Fusion

    The new and improved 2020 Ford Fusion is available as a conventional gasoline model and as hybrid and plug-in hybrid models. There are five different engine types to choose from. The first is the 2.5L i-VCT engine that generates 175 HP and 175 lb-ft of torque and rolls on 16-inch steel wheels. Using sequential multi-port electronic fuel injection, it gets approximately 24 mpg combined (21 city/ 31 highway). This engine comes standard on the S trim. The second engine option is the 1.5L Ti-VCT I-4 EcoBoost engine with Auto Start-Stop technology and the choice of 17- or 18-inch aluminum wheels. This option pushes out 181 HP and 185 lb-ft of torque and has a fuel economy set at 27 mpg combined (23 city/ 34 highway). The 1.5L option can be found standard in the SE and SEL trims. The final gasoline motor is the 2.0L Ti-VCT I-4 EcoBoost engine that pumps out 231 HP (245 with premium fuel) and 275 lb-ft of torque. Using direct injection, it gets about 25 mpg combined (21 city/ 31 highway). This engine is standard on the Titanium trim, which also includes dual-exhaust, wheel-mounted paddle shifters, and optional AWD. All three choices are equipped standard with FWD and a 6-speed automatic transmission. 

    The 2020 Ford Fusion Hybrid features a 2.0L Atkinson-Cycle I-4 hybrid engine coupled with an electric motor that is fed by a 1.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The Plug-In Hybrid, formerly known as the Energi, is powered by a 2.0L Atkinson-Cycle I-4 plug-in hybrid engine paired with an electric motor that is fed by a stronger 7.6 kW lithium-ion battery. Both vehicles generate 141 hp and 129 lb-ft of torque and are equipped with FWD and an electronic continuously variable transmission (eCVT). Both also have the same fuel economy set at 42 mpg combined (43 city/ 41 highway). The difference is that the plug-in hybrid can travel up to 26 miles on battery power alone, and an MPGe of 109 city/ 97 highway. 

    2019 Ford Fusion

    Last year’s 2019 Ford Fusion is also offered in gas, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid versions. However, the performance is going to be a little different. The first engine option is the 2.5L Duratec four-cylinder motor that generates 175 HP and 175 lb-ft of torque. Rolling on 16-inch steel wheels, this engine comes with the S version. The next choice is a 1.5L GTDI Ecoboost I-4 engine that produces 181 HP and 185 lb-ft of torque. The engine is standard on the SE and SEL trims. Next is the 2.0L Ti-VCT GTDI I-4 EcoBoost engine that pumps out 245 HP with premium fuel and 275 lb-ft of torque. This option is standard on the Titanium trim and optional on the SE and SEL. AWD is also an available upgrade on those three trims. The average fuel economy across these models is about the same at 25 mpg combined (21 city/31 highway), with the 1.5L a bit higher at 27 mpg combined. The final gasoline engine is the 2.7L EcoBoost V6 that generates a whopping 325 HP and 380 lb-ft of torque. With 19-inch wheels, quad exhaust, SelectShift six-speed automatic transmission, steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters, continuously controlled damping, and an aerodynamic rear spoiler, this beast has a fuel economy set at 21 mpg combined (17 city/26 highway). The 2019 Fusion Hybrid and Energi Plug-In Hybrid boast the same engine, fuel efficiency, and 17-inch wheels as the current models. 

  • Interior

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    When it comes to the interior, there are many similarities between both years. The 2020 and 2019 Ford Fusions have the same ample trunk space. The conventional gas models offer 16 cubic feet, the Hybrids boasts 12 cubic feet due to the addition of the battery pack, and the Plug-In Hybrid has 8.2 cubic feet of cargo storage. This drastic decrease is due to the much larger battery pack, but you are trading storage capacity for a 26 miles electric driving range. A rearview camera, MyKey feature, push button start, message center, and more come standard on even the base models from both years.

    2020 Ford Fusion

    Depending on which of the four trim levels you choose, you will get a wide range of interior features with the 2020 Ford Fusion. The Sport trim level is no longer available, so you’ll have to settle for the S, SE, SL, and Titanium. The base S trim level comes standard with power locks, rain-sensing wipers, and a tilt-and-telescoping steering column that can be adjusted to suit your height. Entertainment features are displayed on a 4.2-inch LCD monitor that operates with the SYNC infotainment interface and four speakers. Stepping up to the SE, the seating is upgraded to a 10-way power driver's seat, and the infotainment interface is upgraded with FordPass Connect and SYNC3, where you can listen to satellite radio through the 6-speaker stereo system. The SEL version includes luxurious heated front seats with memory settings and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Infotainment features are also enhanced with a premium 11-speaker sound system. The top-tier Titanium adds leather trim and a cooling feature to the front seats along with ambient lighting, heated steering wheel, and a moonroof. Voice-activated navigation has also been included as well as a 12-speaker Sony stereo with Dolby Surround Sound and HD Radio. 

    2019 Ford Fusion

    Jumping back to the 2019 Ford Fusion, this model is offered in the same aforementioned trim levels plus the V6 Sport. The V6 Sport enjoys leather and simulated suede upholstery throughout the cabin and aluminum sport pedals. A moonroof and heated and cooled seats keep everyone comfortable throughout the changing seasons. For infotainment features, the V6 Sport offers the Sony 12 speaker system and HD Radio, voice-activated navigation, FordPass Connect, SYNC3, and more as standard, similar to the Titanium.

  • Safety

    A black 2020 Ford Fusion is parked outside Cincinnati, OH townhouses and apartments.

    Both the 2020 and 2019 Ford Fusions offer a suite of protective airbags: dual-stage front and passenger airbags, front-seat side airbags, first- and second-row side curtain airbags, and driver and front passenger knee airbags. Both also come with child safety locks on the rear doors and the LATCH system (Lower Anchor and Tethers Anchors for Children). The LATCH system is a suite of anchors and tethers that allow parents to secure their child’s car seat in the back with ease. Both versions also come with a tire pressure monitoring system, SOS Post Crash Alert, rearview camera, and AdvanceTrac Electronic Stability Control for taking on corners smoothly without slipping or sliding. 

    2020 Ford Fusion 

    Safety features are what many people look into these days. The 2020 Ford Fusion certainly doesn’t disappoint. Blindspot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, hill start assist, forward collision warning with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go-technology, and a lane-keeping system all work in unison to help prevent accidents on the road. Even from the base trim level, you can rest assured that the 2020 Ford Fusion is hard at work keeping you safe. 

    2019 Ford Fusion

    While the 2019 Ford Fusion base does come with blindspot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alerts, forward collision mitigation, and lane-keeping assist, you have to step up to the next trim level to get additional features such as adaptive cruise control. Known as the Co-Pilot360 Assist package, these features are optional on the SE and SEL and not available on the Titanium or Sport; whereas, they come standard on the new 2020 Fusion Titanium. 

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