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Vehicle Comparisons:
2017 Honda Accord Hybrid vs Ford Fusion Hybrid

Gone are the days when hybrids were only for hippies. When equipped with their hybrid powertrains, the 2017 Honda Accord and Ford Fusion seamlessly blend efficiency and style.

If you’re in the market for a hybrid in Centennial, Aurora, or Denver, the 2017 Honda Accord and Ford Fusion are two options to consider. However, it can be difficult to choose between the two. That’s why Mile High Honda has broken down their features in our side-by-side comparison below.

2017-honda-accordHere’s everything you need to know about the Accord Hybrid and Fusion Hybrid before taking a test drive.

Hybrid Performance and Efficiency

The Ford Fusion and Honda Accord Hybrid deliver strong, potent acceleration to keep drivers engaged throughout the journey. Each combines power and efficiency, lending themselves to satisfying, engaging performances wherever your journey takes you.

With its 2.0L Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder hybrid engine and electric motor working together, the Ford Fusion delivers up to 188 horsepower. It also gets an EPA-estimated 43 city/41 highway/42 combined mpg rating. Despite these impressive numbers, the Accord Hybrid overtakes the Fusion Hybrid in both areas.

The Accord uses an industry-first two-motor hybrid system and a 2.0L four-cylinder engine that delivers 212 horsepower[1] when working together and up to an EPA-estimated 47 city/49 highway/48 combined mpg rating.[2] These ratings are tough to beat, and drivers don’t have to sacrifice performance in the name of efficiency.


Inside, the Accord Hybrid and Fusion Hybrid offer seating for five passengers, premium craftsmanship, and innovative technology features. Front passengers have plenty of space to stretch out in both cars, but the Accord Hybrid offers one more inch of rear legroom than the Fusion Hybrid. This might seem like a miniscule difference, but taller passengers might find the Accord Hybrid more comfortable.

2017-honda-accord-interiorFurthermore, the Accord Hybrid offers 13.7 cubic feet of trunk space, while the Fusion Hybrid only provides 12 cubic feet. Finding enough room for groceries, luggage, and other cargo can be tricky with the Fusion, but the Accord Hybrid provides plenty of space to organize your stuff.

Test Drive a 2017 Accord Hybrid at Mile High Honda

If you’re considering a hybrid, the 2017 Ford Fusion is an attractive option. However, the 2017 Accord Hybrid gets more horsepower and offers better fuel economy. It also provides more trunk volume and rear legroom than the Ford Fusion, lending itself to a comfortable, convenient ride. With its stylish design and smooth performance, the 2017 Accord Hybrid is a great choice for car shoppers throughout Centennial, Aurora, and Denver.

Mile High Honda has a full inventory of 2017 Honda Accord Hybrids to consider. When you’re ready to get behind the wheel, test drive a 2017 Accord Hybrid.


[1] Total system horsepower as measured by the peak, concurrent output of the electric motor and gasoline engine

[2] 49 city/47 highway/48 combined mpg rating. Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-package/condition, and other factors.

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