How much room is there in the 2018 Ford Fusion?
There are many drivers who are turning away from sedans to instead shop for crossovers and SUVs. While having a large vehicle can be useful, there is something to be said about the classic sedan. When you choose a sedan like the 2018 Ford Fusion, you’re choosing a vehicle that has plenty of potential, as well as a deceptive amount of interior space.
With the 2018 Ford Fusion, there is seating for up to five people. There are two rows, the front, and the back, with a bench seat in the rear and bucket seats up front. All in all, the 2018 Ford Fusion provides drivers and passengers with plenty of space and interior dimensions in both rows that are fairly congruent. In the front row, there are 39.2 inches of head room, with 37.8 inches in the rear. For leg room, up front, drivers will have 44.3 inches while the back seat enjoys a spacious 38.3 inches. Hip room in the 2018 Ford Fusion is also very similar, with 55.0 and 54.4 inches in the front and rear, respectively. If you don’t like to jostle into the passenger next to you, you won’t have to, thanks to the 57.8 and 56.9 inches of shoulder room in the front and back seats.
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Cargo Space in the 2018 Ford Fusion
Of course, passenger space isn’t the only thing to consider when you’re buying a new vehicle. While you get more cargo space when you choose a crossover or SUV, the 2018 Ford Fusion is able to hold its own for trunk volume. The overall trunk space of the 2018 Ford Fusion measure at 16.0 cubic feet, more than enough for suitcases, groceries, or anything else you need to bring with you. If you’re planning on transporting longer items, the 2018 Ford Fusion has a 60/40 split seat that provides drivers with the ability to pass long pieces of cargo through to the second row. You can explore the interior dimensions of the 2018 Ford Fusion for yourself when you visit Sanders Ford. Those who want to learn more about the other features of the 2018 Ford Fusion can find the answers they want on the Sanders Ford Blog and stay up-to-date on new Ford models.