Honda Accord or Toyota Camry in Southern California?
Searching for the right sedan that perfectly meshes with your driving style can prove to be a difficult task. You deserve the best of the best when it comes to what vehicle you drive in the Huntington Beach, Westminster, and Orange County areas. But don’t worry! The pros at Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Huntington Beach are here to help.
In our 2019 Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry comparison, we have taken two of the most iconic sedans and put them to the test. Presenting their information side by side will help narrow down your list and assist in getting you behind the wheel of a vehicle you love.
Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry – Performance
Under the hood of both these sedans, you’re going to find a lineup that will get you where you need to go seamlessly. In the 2019 Camry, you’ll receive the 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine which generates 184 lb-ft of torque. However, the Honda’s engine is a little more powerful.
In the Accord, the 1.5-liter 4-cylinder inline engine is standard. This has a torque of 192 lb-ft, offering more oomph when hitting the streets. A remote start option is also available in the Honda, while it is not in the Toyota.
Additionally, they both are equipped with solid transmissions that offer smooth handling. Although, in the 2019 Accord, you will receive the handy Sport Mode, personalizing your drive a little further.
2019 Accord vs 2019 Camry – Interior Space
These sedans may seem small on the outside, but the inside offers plenty of room for you and your passengers. While both these vehicles offer seating for five, one might leave you wanting a little more space than the other.
The Toyota Camry is equipped with a cabin passenger volume measuring in at 100.4 cubic feet. This includes a front headroom of 38.3 inches, a legroom of 42.1 inches, and a front shoulder room of 57.7 inches.
In the Honda Accord, you and your passengers have slightly more room to get cozy within its expanded 105.6 cubic feet of passenger volume. The front headroom is also bigger, measuring 39.5 inches, as well as the front legroom at 42.3 inches and the shoulder room with 58.3 inches.
Additionally, the backseat and cargo space of the Accord also measure in slightly higher than the Toyota Camry. Refer to our graph below to see how.
2019 Honda Accord Rear Seat Dimensions
2019 Toyota Camry Rear Seat Dimensions
|Hip Room: 55 inches||Hip Room: 54.7 inches|
|Legroom: 40.4 inches||Legroom: 38 inches|
|Shoulder Room: 56.5 inches||Shoulder Room: 55.7 inches|
|Cargo: 16.7 cubic feet||Cargo: 14.1 cubic feet|
Accord vs Camry – Convenience
To elevate and ease your drive, the Toyota and the Honda have some of the most advanced features on the market. In both, you’ll find a push-button start, cruise control, head-up display, and a touchscreen right on your dashboard which features available navigation.
However, the Honda Accord comes equipped with some items that are not found in the standard Camry. This includes a dual-zone automatic climate control system so everyone can keep comfy at their own temp. The Toyota does include this, but not until higher trim levels. The HondaLink® Remote System (or anything like it) is also not found on the 2019 Camry.
2019 Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry – The Choice is Yours!
After reading our comparison, do you know which sedan you’d like to hit the streets of Huntington Beach, Westminster, and Orange County in? At Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Huntington Beach, we think you’re going to love the 2019 Accord. To see for yourself, schedule a test drive at our dealership today!