2015 Chevrolet Volt vs. 2015 Ford Fusion Energi
If you want an eco-friendly vehicle, then the 2015 Chevy Volt and Ford Fusion Energi are two prime picks. These sedans offer a fuel-efficient ride for the green driver, but which is the better vehicle for your money? We compared the base 2015 Chevy Volt and Ford Fusion Energi SE to see which vehicle is the better option. Read on to see which sedan drove away with the competition!
If anything happens to your vehicle, your warranty is your key to savings. Chevrolet offers an incredible warranty that provides incredible coverage. While the Fusion Energi includes a 60,000 mile powertrain warranty, Chevy covers the Volt’s powertrain for a whopping 100,000 miles. Similarly, the Volt has a 6 year corrosion warranty that beats the Fusion Energi’s 5 year warranty. One of the biggest differences between the two is the scheduled maintenance package. While Ford doesn’t offer this, Chevy includes free scheduled maintenance for 2 years and 24,000 miles; this adds up to significant savings.
Both vehicles include standard safety features like airbag systems, four-wheel ABS, and stability systems. However, the Chevy Volt performed better in independent testing. In NHTSA’s side impact tests, the Volt scored a perfect 5-star rating. The Fusion Energi only earned a 4-star rating. The Volt also includes more convenient child safety locks. While both include child safety locks, the Volt has power safety locks that can be engaged from the driver’s seat. The Fusion Energi uses manual locks, which takes more time and effort.
Chevy really surges ahead when it comes to performance. The Volt has an electric range that reaches 81% further than the Fusion Energi. The Volt’s fuel mileage reaches up to 101 MPGe in the city with a 38 mile range. The Fusion Energi has an 88 Combined MPGe with only a 21 mile range.
The Volt is a more compact choice with better maneuverability, since it is one foot shorter compared to the Fusion Energi. You can easily back into any parking spot with the smaller Volt. Despite this smaller size, the Volt actually has a significantly larger trunk for cargo storage. The Fusion Energi offers 8.2 cubic feet of cargo space, but the Volt has a 10.6 cubic feet. This means you get all the benefits of an agile chassis without sacrificing ample storage.
Test Drive our Winner
After thorough analysis, it was clear that the 2015 Ford Fusion Energi was no match for the 2015 Chevy Volt. We are proud to offer the 2015 Chevy Volt at Biggers Chevy. Customers love the eco-friendly performance, comfortable ride, and terrific safety features. If you’d like to get a sneak peek of this efficient sedan, preview our Volt inventory online. Visit us at 1385 E. Chicago Street in Elgin to experience the 2015 Chevy Volt in person.