If you are shopping for a new Toyota Camry, you might be wondering how this popular sedan model compares to it's long-standing rival, the Honda Accord. Our Toyota auto dealership has assembled a detailed comparison between these two top-selling mid-size cars so you can determine which sedan is right for you and your family. We may prefer the Toyota, but don't take our word for it. Continue reading to discover why the 2021 Toyota Camry beats the 2021 Honda Accord. Once you see how these two models stack up, you'll surely want to get behind the wheel for a test drive.
We invite you to schedule your visit to our North Little Rock, AR, car dealership to explore this new Toyota car for sale. But first, let's look at how the 2021 Toyota Camry LE stacks up against the 2021 Honda Accord LX.
When you shop and compare the 2021 Toyota Camry and 2021 Honda Accord sedans, you'll find that they both offer impressive city and highway MPG. However, only one of these models delivers top-tier performance for the class, and that's the Camry! Starting with the standard engines found in the Camry LE and Honda Accord LX, we see that the Toyota boasts a significant power advantage. With 203 hp from its 2.5-liter Dynamic Force inline 4-cylinder engine, the Camry outshines the Honda Accord and its smaller, less powerful 1.5-liter turbo engine that generates just 192 hp. The Camry's performance advantage becomes even more drastic when upgrading to the available powertrains in these mid-size cars. Again, the Camry comes to the battle with a larger, 3.5-liter V6 engine that develops a stellar 301 hp. The Honda Accord's available engine, a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder, offers only 252 hp.
Drivers seeking a safe sedan can count on the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord to deliver. Standard active and passive safety systems on both cars mean that you can cruise around Conway, AR, and beyond with confidence, knowing that advanced features are looking out for you and working to keep you in control of the vehicle at all times. Front and side airbags are standard on both vehicles. You will also find roll-sensing side curtain airbags on the 2021 Camry as well as the 2021 Accord. These new mid-size cars for sale include power mirrors, power windows and power door locks for added security. Both cars also offer hill start assist control, stability control and a low tire pressure indicator. The Camry's standard Toyota Safety Sense suite and the Accord's Honda Sensing package add high-tech driver aids to the equation, all in an effort to monitor, alert and even react to various traffic situations.
Both cars might be evenly matched when it comes to safety, but the Camry pulls ahead once again with its added perks, including ToyotaCare. The ToyotaCare no-cost maintenance plan comes standard and provides complimentary routine auto care for 24 months for 25,000 miles. A 24-hour roadside assistance package is also included and is good for unlimited miles during the first 24 months. Need more reasons to lease or buy a new Toyota? Then contact our dealership for more!