Vision’s powers and identity come from an Infinity Stone in the MCU. That ought to be enough; however, it’s more obscure abilities include mass manipulation, being able to change it’s body density, shapeshifting, and time travel. The android is also an expert in repairing and reconstructing itself.
Although Sue Storm has been portrayed twice on-screen, the full scope of her powers is yet to come to fruition. Besides being able to turn herself, as well as other objects and people, invisible, she can mimic telekinetic powers and create invisible forcefields like DC’s Green Lantern. She can even expand her forcefield to the size of a whole city.
Scarlet Witch is already known as a force to be reckoned with in both the comicbooks and the movies. Her abilities in sorcery and witchcraft is only the tip of the iceberg. She can also fire Hex Bolts, concentrated short-range attacks that affect the receiver with an immense amount of bad luck, explode nearby objects, and deflect magical attacks.
The Sorcerer Supreme, while not as agile as Quicksilver or as physically strong as Captain America, has much more to offer than most people think. Besides possessing the Eye of Agamotto, a plethora of spells, and the ability to astral project, he can also call upon the Crimson Bands of Cyttorak, a weapon capable of restraining even juggernauts like the Hulk.