Honda’s Poster Child – Comparing The 2019 Honda Accord in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota

May 31st, 2019 by

If Honda had a poster child for the most stylish, affordable, and powerful vehicle ever, it would be the 2019 Honda Accord in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. This sedan has everything you could want in a car, so when you’re online comparing different makes and models, keep this article in mind. Without further ado, here’s a little comparison between the 2019 Honda Accord and the 2019 Ford Fusion. May the best vehicle win.

 

Friendly On The Environment and Your Wallet

Looking into fuel costs and ratings from the EPA, the Accord is the obvious choice if you look at cost effectiveness when buying fuel. Besides having a higher MPG (see chart below) the Accord only needs regular unleaded gas to perform at its best. The Fusion requires premium for its 2.0 turbo 4 cyl. Engine for maximum efficiency.

 

Accord Fusion
FWD 1.5 turbo 4 cyl./Auto 30 city/38 hwy* 23 city/34 hwy* 1.5 turbo 4 cyl./Auto
2.0 turbo 4 cyl./Auto 23 city/34 hwy* 21 city/31 hwy* 2.0 turbo 4 cyl./Auto

 

The Environmental Protection Agency also gives the Accord a higher rating in its Green Vehicle Guide (6-7 vs. 5-7), meaning that it produces less smog-producing pollutants (up to 8 pounds) than the Fusion every 15,000 miles!

 

Powerful Acceleration and Braking to Match

So now that you know the Accord is an incredible asset to the environment, now we want to shed a little light on its performance ability, because typically when a vehicle has excellent MPG and EPA ratings, people tend to believe the transmission isn’t anything to write home about. But that’s precisely what we’re here to tell you! With the option for a manual transmission or 10-speed automatic, you won’t have to settle for one or the other. The Fusion doesn’t offer a manual and only has a six-speed automatic so the acceleration, control, and fuel economy won’t be as great. Another cool feature about the Accord’s transmission is that it is a continuously variable transmission, meaning there are no “steps” between gears, which allows the engine to remain at its peak horsepower or most efficient speed for improved fuel economy.

 

Not only does the Accord have a powerful, and efficient transmission, but it also has incredible braking power to match:

Accord Fusion
70 to 0 MPH 162 feet 178 feet Car and Driver*
60 to 0 MPH 109 feet 120 feet Motor Trend*

 

Making Each Morning Drive A Little Less Stressful

Now that a few essential basics are covered, it’s time to jump into a couple of ergonomic features that will make your everyday drive less stressful. On the Touring model, there’s a standard heads-up display that can project detected speed limit signs and other instrument readouts, so you’re always aware of your surroundings without having to deter your eyes from the road. And when you finally arrive at your destination, you’ll be able to master parallel parking because both side mirrors tilt from their original position when the Accord is put in reverse, making the curbside more visible. Once you kick it out of reverse, the mirrors go back to their original position; the Fusion doesn’t have either of these features, so there’s no point in daydreaming about these features if you’re not team Honda.

Now that you’ve read some of the facts and have been able to determine for yourself that the 2019 Honda Accord in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota is vastly better than the Ford Fusion, it’s time to discover more amazing features by visiting our website! By going to RapidsHonda.org, you can read up on more incredible specs that will make you itching to test drive the 2019 Accord as soon as possible, so when our doors finally open, you know exactly what car to ask for!

 

*Based on 2012-2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition, and other factors.

*CarandDriver

*MotorTrend

 

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