Considering the 2013 Ford Fusion in the Boise, Meridian or Nampa Idaho areas?

If you thought the Fusion sounded like a good choice for Boise drivers, it's time to look at the 2013 Honda Accord. To start with, the basic Accord LX costs less than the Fusion S, Ford's base-level model, but there's more than just money at stake here. Standard features on the Accord include a range of new technology features that Ford expects drivers to pay extra to upgrade to. From sturdier alloy wheels to a rearview camera and dual-zone climate control, the Accord LX provides quite a few amenities that are either costly or unavailable on the Fusion S. Add in Honda's innovative i-MID user interface and standard Bluetooth phone and audio integration, and it becomes clear that while the Fusion is a decent car, it clearly has its superiors.

Take a look at how these two sedans stack up, side by side:

Fusion S
Accord LX
What is REALLY Standard?

  • Steel wheels are standard
  • Available in technology upgrade package
  • Standard view mirror
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Pandora compatibility is unavailable
  • Through MyFord Touch upgrade only
  • Optional only at higher trim levels
  • Stock CD stereo system

  • Alloy wheels
  • Rearview camera
  • Expanded view driver's mirror
  • Bluetooth HandsFreeLink
  • Pandora Internet Radio compatibility
  • SMS text message function
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control
  • 160-watt AM/FM/CD audio system

Make an Inquiry


Larry H. Miller Honda Boise

7710 West Gratz Drive
Directions Boise, ID 83709

  • Sales: 208-899-8548
  • Service: 208-947-6050
  • Parts: 208-947-6060