High-traffic areas like Orange County are known for roads that are often congested and drivers that are constantly on the move. You need a model that’s here to help you on every part of your daily life. Sedans have always been a trusted mode of transport here in the LA area, and two of the best on today’s market are the new 2019 Kia Optima and Ford Fusion. They both have much to offer, whether you’re looking for beautiful style or capacitive technology – but how well do they match up head to head?
We know that buying a new car is a pretty sizeable investment, so our Garden Grove Kia team is here to help you find your next favorite. Join us below as we show you what the Optima and Fusion bring to the table!
|2019 Kia Optima||vs||2019 Ford Fusion|
|2.0-liter turbocharged Inline 4 / up to 245 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque||Engine / Horsepower and Torque Output||2.5-liter Inline 4 / 175 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque|
|27 miles per gallon city / up to 37 miles per gallon highway||Maximum City and Highway Fuel Economy||23 miles per gallon city / 34 miles per gallon highway|
|Up to 685 miles||Longest Highway Driving Range||612 miles|
With greater horsepower and torque output than that of the Fusion, as well as a smooth-shifting transmission that can help you achieve much better fuel economy, there’s no denying the 2019 Optima’s significant pull in the automotive market. It offers a panoramic sunroof, Blind Spot Collision Warning and Forward Collision Avoidance Assist all standard, features that you’d have to get added with the Fusion. That’s not all, though – the Optima has many more top-tier innovations that the Fusion can’t match, which we’ve listed below:
If there’s anything else you’d like to know about the 2019 Optima, feel free to bring any questions to our Garden Grove Kia team. We're happy to help you get inside for a test drive or help you work out a financing deal. Contact us today to apply!