Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry

Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry


Whether you’re exploring on the weekends or participating in the daily commute, you want a reliable ride you can trust to get around the Huntington Beach, Westminster, and Orange County, areas. The Honda Accord and Toyota Camry are versatile vehicles that fit that bill!

The new 2021 Honda Accord and Toyota Camry make strong statements on the SoCal roadways. However, you may find that one adds more power and convenience than the other. Here at Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Huntington Beach, we want to help you find which vehicle is best for you.

Check out this 2021 Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry car comparison to see whether the Accord or Camry is the right option! Contact us today for more information.


Performance Specs

Honda Accord PerformanceWho wants to stop at the gas pump frequently? When riding in the new Honda Accord or Toyota Camry, that won’t be an issue.

Both vehicles were built with efficiency in mind to keep you on the go and save you money. The Camry receives an EPA-estimated 28 city/39 highway MPG. The Accord fares better in stop-and-go city traffic, with an EPA-estimated 30 city/38 highway MPG in its LX and EX-L trims.1

Clearly, these cars are almost evenly matched in their base fuel efficiency, despite the Accord offering added fuel-saving capabilities for city drivers. How do they fare when it comes to sheer power? While both the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry perform well, the new Honda sedan provides 192 lb-ft of torque in its base trim level, compared to the 182 lb-ft with the Toyota sedan’s base trim.


Put an End to Gas Guzzling with a Hybrid Trim

One of the great things about each of these cars is that you can choose a hybrid trim level if you really want to save on gas. Better yet, you can do your part to help save the environment, too!

The Camry XSE Hybrid is no slouch when it comes to fuel efficiency. It maintains an EPA-estimated 44 MPG city and 47 MPG highway, which far outpaces traditional gas models.

However, the Honda Accord Hybrid trim maintains an EPA-estimated 48 MPG city and 48 MPG highway.1 If fuel efficiency is your main concern, you’ll want to stick with Honda.


Control Is in the Palm of Your Hand: Remote Functions

Honda AccordFrom their safety systems to the infotainment arrays found at the heart of each of these vehicles, it’s clear that technology is a big priority for both. Not only do they make it easy to integrate your phone into the car, but they also provide the option to control your car with your phone—even remotely!

Both the Accord and the Camry offer up a program to remotely control your car. There’s the HondaLink® app, and Remote Connect for the Toyota sedan. Each has neat features like a Vehicle Finder, and a Remote Start that you can use to fire up the car—as well as the climate controls on a hot day.

The difference here is that HondaLink® goes the extra mile with features like Driver Feedback, which monitors your driving habits and provides scores and tips to help you improve. It also has an available Personal Concierge so that you can make hotel or restaurant reservations from your car. The Camry doesn’t offer such a feature.


Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry: Style

The Honda Accord and Toyota Camry make strong style statements, creating a commanding presence on the roads. Both vehicles have bold front and back designs with LED headlights and taillights to improve visibility. However, the new Honda sedan also has LED light bars for improved performance and increased elegance.

You’ll find that each of these sedans has its own racetrack-inspired trim level as well. The Honda Accord has the Sport and Sport Special Edition, while the Camry has the TRD. With two athletic options in the Accord, you may find double the appeal.


Interior Dimensions

Honda Accord InteriorTo ensure the highest quality driving experience, both the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry are designed with an open, airy cabin space.

The Accord is the more spacious option of the two, with 39.5 inches of headroom and 42.3 inches of legroom, compared to 38.3 inches and 42.1 inches of the Camry. Similarly, the Accord has more room for the kids with a passenger volume of 105.6 cubic feet, compared to the 100.4 cubic feet in the Camry.

Adequate storage space is a necessity for those weekend trips to the beach. Both the Accord and Camry have you covered, with 16.7 cubic feet and 15.1 cubic feet of cargo space, respectively.


Made for Music Lovers: Connectivity & Available Audio Systems

Who wants to be disconnected from their mobile device? Driving in the Accord or Camry ensures you won’t be. Equipped with standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration, both the Accord and Camry make it easier and safer to interact with texts and phone calls.

The other great thing about integrating your phone with the car is that you can more easily stream your media. Are you the type of person who meticulously curates your playlists, or downloads hours of podcasts to binge during commutes? You can access all these things on your color touchscreen when mobile devices are integrated.

When it comes to these features, we see that the Accord and the Camry are evenly matched. However, they seem to disagree on one point: volume. Any music lover will tell you, great songs sound even better when they’re played louder.

The Honda Accord provides an available 10-speaker Premium Audio System with a subwoofer. It generates a whopping 450 watts of power! The optional JBL® system in the Camry maxes out at nine speakers (including its own subwoofer). It may sound decent, but it’s one speaker short of the concert-like experience in the Accord.


Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry: Schedule a Test Drive

The Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry make for a close comparison. However, due to the Accord’s space and performance, we feel that the new Honda sedan is the better option for driving around the Huntington Beach, Westminster, and Orange County, areas.

If you feel that the Accord is the right choice for you, come to Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Huntington Beach to schedule a test drive.


 

130 city/38 highway/33 combined mpg rating for LX and EX-L trims. 29 city/35 highway/32 combined mpg rating for Sport and Special Edition 1.5T trims. 22 city/32 highway/26 combined mpg rating for Sport and Touring 2.0T trims. 48 city/48 highway/48 combined mpg rating for Hybrid, Hybrid EX and Hybrid EX-L trims. 44 city/41 highway/43 combined mpg rating for the Hybrid Touring trim. Based on 2021 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery-pack age/condition (hybrid trims) and other factors.

 


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