That's fine. I just think they deliberatly constructed the commercial
to make it seem as if the Tundra had exceptional brakes. Instead of
running a 0-60-0 comparison, they could have run a straigth 0-60
and/or 60-0 comparison. But if they had done that, only the 0-60 would
have been exceptional. By doing the commercial as shown, they were
trying to make people think the brakes were really good - when they
aren't anything special.
I test drove both an AWD and a FWD Fusion and honestly couldn't tell
much difference. But I didn't run one through a slalom course. I got
the AWD one anyhow. You can't get an AWD Camry or Accord. I don't know
how the 4 cylinder FWD Fusion would have compared to the Accord or
Camry. According to the Consumer Reports road tests, a 4 cylinder
Fusion (well actually the Mercury version) accelerated as fast a 4
cylinder Camry, and the FWD version handled the same as the AWD
The Ford V-6 is plenty strong and the interior is very nice. A FWD
Camry equipped like my AWD Fusion would have been at least $3000 more,
plus I would have had to deal with the lousy Toyota dealers in my
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