The 2018 Toyota Camry and 2018 Honda Accord were always going to come into conflict. The rivalry between these nameplates goes back decades, but the Toyota continues to pull ahead with:
We’ve broken down the differences to provide a clear impression of how these two front-running midsize sedans match up.
|2018 Toyta Camry||2018 CATEGORY||2018 Honda Accord|
|41*||Maximum Highway MPG||38|
|16||Maximum Tank Size||14.8|
The 2018 Honda Accord uses a 1.5L four-cylinder as standard that fails to match either the power or efficiency of the 2018 Toyota Camry. Driving enthusiasts in Aurora and the rest of Chicagoland should turn away from the Accord entirely — Honda ditched the previously available V6 in favor of a less-satisfying turbocharged four-cylinder, so even the sportiest Honda Accord lacks the spirit and vigor of a Toyota Camry V6.
Both the 2018 Toyota Camry and 2018 Honda Accord score high for standard safety, with the following driver assistance features fitted as standard:
That’s great, but you’ll still notice a wide gulf between standard comfort and convenience features. The new Camry offers:
They’re features few take the time to look at, but you’ll miss them once you’re behind the wheel, even if you’re just make a short trip between Oak Brook and Joliet.
The distance between onboard technology grows when you turn to available features. Of the two, only the Toyota Camry can provide:
It’s a close-run thing, but the Toyota Camry’s power, efficiency, and features push it beyond the reach of the Honda Accord. Contact us today to find out more, or feel free to apply for financing online.
* 2018 EPA-estimated 29 city/41 highway/34 combined mpg for Camry L. Actual Mileage will vary.