The Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord are two energetic and in-tune sedans that are sure to take your commutes through Tallahassee, Quincy, and Crawfordville, FL, to the next level.
You may be wondering which sedan is the better fit for your lifestyle. Our team at Peter Boulware Toyota is here to answer that question with this Toyota Camry vs. Honda Accord comparison. Let’s see who comes out on top! Don’t hesitate to contact us if you still have questions after reading.
The Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord offer multiple engine options, so you can choose the combination of power and efficiency that works for you. If you’re looking for a more energetic ride, you’ll need the Camry. It’s standard 2.5L Dynamic Force 4-cylinder engine produces 203 horsepower. The Turbocharged In-Line 4-cylinder of the Accord tops out at just 192 horsepower.
Are you looking to maximize fuel economy? Both sedans offer a hybrid power train, but the one available with the Toyota Camry will let you go farther. It achieves an EPA-estimated 51 city/53 highway MPG.1 The Accord hybrid only manages an EPA-estimated 48 city/48 highway MPG.
When the rain rolls in and the roads get slick, you may find the Honda Accord hiding in the garage. The Camry, on the other hand, will be up for the challenge. It can be outfitted with all-wheel drive, which sends up to half the available power to the rear wheels, so you’ll have more grip.
Both sedans are designed to seat five passengers, but your friends will have more room to stretch out in the back seats of the Toyota Camry. It boasts 38 inches of rear headroom. They Accord is topped off at just 37.3 inches.
You will get to relax in available leather-trimmed seating in either model. As you settle in, both sedans also offer Dual zone automatic climate control, so everyone can stay ideally comfortable no matter what it feels like outside.
The Camry and the Accord both come with an intuitive infotainment system that will keep you connected with Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®. You may find the system in the Camry more user-friendly. It offers a 9-inch touchscreen display, while the touchscreen in the Accord is maxed out at just 8 inches.
Both the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord come with a confidence-inspiring safety suite. The Toyota Safety Sense™ P and the Honda Sensing® suites both come with their own version of a pre-collision system. When it detects an imminent collision, it will alert you. If you don’t react in time, emergency braking will jump in to help mitigate the impact.
You will only get the Star Safety System™ with the Toyota Camry, however. This standard safety suite includes:
If you’re looking for a sedan that will give you more parking prowess, only the Camry can be outfitted with a Bird’s Eye View Camera. It will give you an overhead look at your sedan, so you can maneuver into tight spots.
If you’re looking for a safe and connected sedan with an efficient hybrid configuration, the Toyota Camry is for you. Take it to the streets of Tallahassee, Quincy, and Crawfordville, Florida, to see if it’s right for you.
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1 2020 EPA-estimated 29 city/41 hwy/34 combined mpg for Camry L; 28 city/39 hwy/32 combined mpg for LE, SE, SE Nightshade; 27 city/38 hwy/31 combined mpg for XLE 4-Cylinder and XSE 4-Cylinder; 22 city/33 hwy/26 combined mpg for XLE V6; 22 city/32 hwy/26 combined for XSE V6; 21 city/31 hwy/25 combined for TRD; 51 city/53 hwy/52 combined mpg for Hybrid LE; and 44 city/47 hwy/46 combined mpg for Hybrid SE and Hybrid XLE. Actual mileage will vary.