If you are shopping for a new 2019 Toyota Camry, you are probably wondering how the Camry compare to the Accord. Our nearby Toyota dealership assembled a comparison between these two top-selling sedans so you can decide which new car is right for your family. We're biased toward the Toyota, but don't take our word for it. Continue reading to discover why the new Camry beats the new Accord. Once you decide for yourself, you'll want to get behind the wheel. Schedule a test drive in North Little Rock, Arkansas and explore this new Toyota car for sale.
Let's take a look at how the 2019 Toyota Camry L stacks up against the 2019 Honda Accord LX.
The new 2019 Toyota Camry offers an EPA-estimated 41-mpg on the highway. The new Accord can only muster an EPA-estimated 38-mpg on the highway. Both four-door sedans are motivated by a 4-cylinder engine mated to an automatic transmission. The Camry also delivers 203 horsepower while the Accord only musters 192-hp. Both offer seating for five people.
Front and side airbags come standard on both vehicles. You will also find roll-sensing side curtain airbags on the Camry and Accord. Each of these new mid-size sedans for sale feature power mirrors, power windows, and power door locks. Both cars also offer a low tire pressure indicator, hill start assist control, and stability control.
While both cars are evenly matched when it comes to safety, the Camry still has one trick up its sleeve. The ToyotaCare no-cost maintenance plan comes standard and offers a free 24-hour roadside assistance plan. This plan is included with a purchase or lease of a new Toyota vehicle. Contact our dealership to find out more!
ToyotaCare covers normal factory scheduled maintenance for 2 years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first. 24-hour roadside assistance is also included for two years, regardless of mileage. See Toyota dealer for details and exclusions. Valid only in the continental U.S. and Alaska.