2016 Kia Optima vs 2016 Ford Fusion

Midsize sedans are very popular vehicle options, so popular in fact that just about every automotive brand has multiple versions to choose from. This means there is plenty of research to be done before you settle on a model that best fits your needs. Today we're going to help by comparing two similar models, the 2016 Kia Optima and 2016 Ford Fusion. Even though these models look similar, they have many differences to discover.

The first difference you might notice about these two vehicles is their fuel economy ratings. The Ford Fusion gets an estimated 22 city/34 highway mpg, while the Kia Optima get an estimated average of 22 city/34 highway mpg. This might not seem like a significant difference, but it can really add up over time. If you want to spend less time and money fueling up, you might want to learn more about the Kia Optima.

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2016 Kia Optima vs 2016 Ford Fusion
$22,140 MSRP $22,750
24 city/35 highway MPG 22 city/34 highway
185 Horsepower 175
104.8 cubic feet Passenger Volume 102.8 cubic feet

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Another major difference between these two vehicles is their space and comfort. The Kia Optima has more passenger volume, front head room, front leg room, front hip room and rear hip room to help make sure that you and your passengers stay comfortable and at ease no matter how long the drive lasts.

If you are interested in learning more about the 2016 Kia Optima, call or visit us here at Serra Kia. We will be able to answer any further questions you might have. We can even help you schedule a test drive here in Birmingham, AL. Come see what other drivers already love about the efficient, spacious and fun-to-drive Kia Optima.

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