Should I purchase a pre-owned Ford Focus or Ford Fusion?

May 22nd, 2019 by

2018 Ford Focus vs 2018 Ford Fusion
If you are on the market for a pre-owned Ford sedan, you may find it hard to choose between all of the models. Today we want to help you with your choice, by comparing two popular Ford sedans, the Ford Focus and the Ford Fusion. Our comparison will focus on different model years, to give you an idea of some of your options. Keep reading below to learn about the benefits of pre-owned Ford Focus vs Ford Fusion vehicles.

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Size of Ford Focus vs Ford Fusion

A 2015 Ford Focus vehicle will have 13.2 cubic feet of cargo space and 103.9 cubic feet of EPA interior volume. A 2015 Ford Fusion has 16 cubic feet of cargo capacity and 118.8 cubic feet of EPA interior volume. Across the board, the Ford Focus is smaller than the Ford Fusion, regardless of the model year. The Focus is a compact car, while the Fusion is a sedan. They have a very different style because of this.

side profile of searing inside used Ford Focus

Ford Focus Seating

silver Ford Fusion driving on highway

Silver Ford Fusion

 

Fuel economy ratings of pre-owned Ford Focus and Ford Fusion models

For the 2016 model year, the Ford Focus was rated at 42 mpg on the highway. For the same year, the Ford Fusion came in at 37 mpg on the highway. A 2018 Ford Fusion gets 23 mpg in the city and 34 mpg on the highway. A 2018 Ford Focus gets up to 30 mpg in the city and 40 mpg on the highway. The Fusion seems to get worse gas mileage across the years, but not by much.

Benefits of purchasing a pre-owned vehicle from Carl Black Hiram Auto Superstore

The biggest benefit of choosing a pre-owned vehicle over a new vehicle is that you will save money. The second a vehicle is sold off of the lot, it loses value, despite having low mileage. Check out our inventory to see our wide selection of colors, trim levels, and model years.

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