2016 Toyota Camry vs 2016 Honda Accord
If you are looking for a midsized sedan, it’s almost a given that you would take a look at these titans of the category. Year after year Toyota and Honda have battled it out for most accolades and awards in the category. Awards aside, the 2017 Toyota Camry is the best-selling midsized sedan in the United States.
What the Honda Accord gains in overall size it loses in fuel economy and interior headroom. While both cars have generous standard features the 2017 Toyota Camry has received more positive feedback on their standard technology and safety features. The infotainment system in the 2017 Honda Accord is a little harder to read, and while the safety features are welcome, they are a little temperamental. In other words, the collision warning system can be overly vigilant making for an edge of your seat ride, until you realize there isn’t anything to collide with, or that you have had plenty of time to react.
|2016 Camry||vs||2016 Accord|
|24 City / 33 Hwy.||MPG||23 City / 32 Hwy.|
|15 ft 10.9 in.||Length||16ft 5 in.|
Advantages of the 2016 Toyota Camry
Prior to making something a standard feature, Toyota will often float it as an available feature. By the time it is a standard feature it has been quality tested and experienced by thousands of drivers. The 2017 Honda seems to be having some issues with technology and more than one driver assistance feature.
We recommend that anytime you are thinking about purchasing a new car, you test drive it. We encourage you to stop by Serra Toyota in Birmingham AL with any questions you may have. We’d be happy to field them, and we love going out for test drives. Stop by or drop us a line, we are here to help. We would be happy to give you an estimate on your trade-in vehicle as well.