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Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry | Springfield, MO

2018 Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry | Springfield, MO

2018 Toyota Camry vs. Honda Accord

When it comes to buying a new sedan, you want to make sure you’re getting the best one out there, and it can be hard to know which one is the best when there are so many on the market. We’ve put together a side-by-side comparison of two of the most popular sedans in the US, the 2018 Honda Accord and the 2018 Toyota Camry, so you can see for yourself which one is right for you.

Performance and Fuel Economy

The Accord and Camry both offer exceptional engine power and fuel economy. While the Camry puts out a tad more horsepower than the Accord, the Accord’s torque is higher, so it makes the Accord better at hauling heavy loads.
The Accord consistently beats the Camry in terms of fuel economy in all trims except the Camry L trim, which gets slightly better highway fuel economy than the Accord. Otherwise, the Accord’s EPA-estimated mpg is a generally higher than the Camry’s.

Space and Comfort

The Honda Accord is the clear winner in terms of interior space, thanks to a convenient trunk design that maximizes the storage room. The hybrid versions of both the Camry and the Accord have the same amount of cargo space as their non-hybrid counterparts.

Safety Features

The Accord and Camry both come with great safety features, including a wide range of standard safety features both active and passive, but the Honda’s features are more comprehensive than the Toyota’s. With every available active and passive safety feature standard on the Accord and most of the six available driver-assist features too, the Accord is the safer of the two by far.


The 2018 Toyota Camry has a lot going for it, but the 2018 Honda Accord wins out in just about every category that matters to families. Give us a call today at Don Wessel Honda to find out more about the new Accord.


2017 Comparison

The 2017 Honda Accord and the 2017 Toyota Camry are two of the most popular vehicles in their segment. We at Don Wessel Honda believe the Accord is unparalleled, however—and here’s where the Toyota Camry falls short .

Power and Fuel Economy

Between the Accord and the Camry, both have two different engine offerings: a standard engine and a more powerful one. The Accord’s standard engine delivers 185 horsepower (or 189 on Sport models) while still achieving a highway fuel economy of up to 36 mpg* depending on your choice of transmission. The Camry, however, only gets 178 horsepower while getting less mileage (33 mpg* on the highway, to be exact).
The same thing happens when you upgrade to both models’ V6 engine options; the Camry cranks out less power while burning more fuel, making the Accord the most powerful and most efficient of the two.


Amenities and Tech

Both the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry have a number of conveniences and comforts that come standard and available for customers, but the Accord offers standard features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, a 10-way power driver’s seat, and a Multi-Angle Rearview Camera—none of which are offered with the Camry.


On the surface, it appears both the Camry and Accord are equally safe, as both models earned a 5-star rating from the NHTSA. Unfortunately for the Camry, despite its five-star overall rating, it only received four stars in two of the three crash tests (frontal crash and rollover). In comparison, the Accord received five stars in the rollover crash test. The Honda Accord also comes with lots of safety systems, such as Honda LaneWatch and Lane Keep Assist.
When you look at the 2017 Honda Accord and 2017 Toyota Camry lined up side by side, it’s easy to see where the Accord is just the overall better choice, whether you’re looking for safety, value, efficiency, or power.
*23 city / 32 highway / 26 combined mpg rating for 6MT models. 27 city / 36 highway / 30 combined mpg rating for CVT models. 26 city / 34 highway / 29 combined mpg rating for Sport CVT models. 21 city / 33 highway / 25 combined mpg rating for V-6 models. Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

*Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s New Car Assessment Program ( Model tested with standard side airbags (SAB).

2016 Comparison

When looking for the right sedan for you, there are many to choose from. The 2016 Honda Accord and the 2016 Toyota Camry both have updated and accessible features that make them ideal sedans. However, when compared, the 2016 Honda Accord has even more to offer you.

2016 Toyota Camry


Style – The 2016 Camry doesn’t change much from its predecessor. Still attractive, it features a large grille with LED headlights and classic Camry lines. The 18-inch alloy wheels come in at slightly smaller than the Accord’s 19-inch alloy wheels.

Comfort – The Camry’s interior feature Ultrasuede® seats, which is a synthetic microfiber fabric.

Space – The cargo space in the
Camry  offers enough space, with 15.4 cubic feet of space, enough for a load of groceries and a few smaller items. For passengers, there’s enough space in the passenger area for comfort and for a pleasant ride.

Driver-Centric – The Camry does, in fact, think about the driver with a power-adjustable driver’s seat and a fluid dashboard that flows the center console and instrument panel together.


2016 Honda Accord

Style – The 2016 Accord gives you eye-catching style. While the Camry didn’t change much from its previous version, the Accord did. It has refined new styling in both the front and the rear for an Accord you’ve never seen, with innovative LED fog lights that make a big mark!

Comfort – The Accord has comfort and luxury with its seats. Leather-trimmed seats give you ultimate comfort and sophistication, even more than the Camry’s Ultrasuede® seats.

Space – The Accord
offers even more cargo space than the Camry does, with 15.8 cubic feet of space, enough to transport just about anything you want. Passengers get even more space than they do in the Camry, with slightly more head room and leg room in the front.

Driver-Centric – You, the driver, will be even more of a priority in the 2016 Honda Accord. You’ll not only have a power-adjustable driver’s seat, but it’s adjustable in 10 different ways for the ultimate control and comfort. Not only does
you dash have a flowing design, but special speed-sensing volume control makes subtle volume adjustments to make up for road noise at higher speeds.

Come check out the 2016 Honda Accord today and all it has to offer above its competitors!  

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