Compare: Toyota Camry vs Honda Accord

 

Two All-New Sedans Square Off in Riverdale: Compare the new 2018 Honda Accord to the All-New 2018 Toyota Camry

In the midsize sedan game, there are no two names more iconic than Honda and Toyota; and the recently-redesigned 2018 Accord and the all-new redesigned 2018 Camry were released just weeks apart, adding a whole new level to the infamous rivalry. The Camry debuted with sharp, aggressive, and agile new styling--as well as with two new engine options for more power than ever before. The Accord stepped out from behind the curtain with a fresh new look, a peppy turbo engine, and a lot of new tech features.

Think one of these sedans might be right for you? Visit your Riverdale Toyota dealer serving Ogden, Utah to check out the new 2018 Camry in the metal, and compare the way it looks, feel, and drives to the impressive new qualities in the new 2018 Accord.

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2018 Honda Accord vs 2018 Toyota Camry

Who will be king of the mountain? It's hard to tell at first look. But we'll dig a little deeper into details and specifications for the Accord vs Camry, and you can start to weigh your options:

  • Price: Base price for the 2018 Camry is lower than that of the 2018 Accord, but only by a few hundred dollars--this likely won't be the deciding factor for you

  • Power & Engine: Base power for the 2018 Camry comes from a 203-horsepower 2.5L four-cylinder, while the Accord is limited to 192 horsepower from a smaller 1.5L four; Camry can be upgraded to a whopping 301 horsepower V6 engine, while the Accord offers an available turbo-four with 252 horsepower as its top option

  • Fuel economy: The 2018 Accord's 33 combined mpg is good, but the 2018 Camry does a little better, delivering a combined 34 mpg and up to 41 mpg on the highway

  • Infotainment: A 7-inch display screen comes standard on both 2018 Camry and 2018 Accord--but Camry gives you touch-responsive functionality from the get-go, more standard speakers, and voice recognition all as standard equipment

  • Tech Features: The 2018 Accord offers Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility; the 2018 Camry isn't yet compatible with these systems, but it does offer unique connectivity to your smartphone through its various Entune options

  • Safety & Security: The 2018 Camry boasts a suite of driver-assistance features under the standard Toyota Safety Sense P package, and the 2018 Accord comes standard with HondaSensing technologies to keep you safe; these features include forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, rearview camera, lane departure warning with lane keep assist, and adaptive cruise control

  • Warranty: Both Toyota and Camry cover their vehicles with a 3-yr/36K mile basic warranty and a 5-yr/60K mile powertrain warranty

While both of these vehicles are sharply-styled for the new year, offer a huge variety of features, and have new premium interiors that look and feel easily like a luxury sedan, the 2018 Toyota Camry does pull ahead in specs alone. It brings more standard and available horsepower, more standard tech, and better fuel economy. 

Browse all the new Camry inventory at our Ogden area car dealership!

Test-Drive New 2018 Midsize Sedans Near Ogden to Make Your Decision

While specs are important to consider for your next new car, few drivers in Riverdale buy or lease their vehicle based on numbers alone. The 2018 Camry and the 2018 Accord are known to be some of the most fun cars to drive in the non-luxury midsize segment, so we encourage you to visit your local Toyota dealer to test-drive a new Camry, and see if it's the right fit for you.

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