2018 Honda Accord vs 2018 Toyota Camry Comparison

Specs at a Glance

2018 Honda Accord

2018 Honda Accord

Cargo Space

  16.7 cu.ft.

Engine Torque

  192 ft-lbs


2017 Toyota Camry

2017 Toyota Camry

Cargo Space

  16.7 cu.ft.

Engine Torque

  184 ft-lbs

2018 Honda Accord vs 2017 Toyota Camry

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2018 Honda Accord vs 2018 Toyota Camry Bosak honda Michigan City For millions of Americans, near-luxury midsize cars tick all the right boxes, including advanced features, pleasing design and comfortable interiors. Two leaders in this sedan segment are the 2018 Honda Accord and the 2018 Toyota Camry. Both can claim long-term reliability, high resale value and excellent build quality. The Honda and the Toyota share a long list of features, but we are confident that a test-drive will convince you to go with 2018 Accord, thanks to its superior handling, technology and value.

Dimensions

If you are looking for more room, the 2018 Accord will be your preference. The Honda is taller, wider, with a longer wheelbase than the Toyota’s. The interior of the Accord provides more front leg room (42.3 vs 42.1 inches), rear leg room (40.4 vs 38.0 inches), front shoulder room (58.3 vs 57.7 inches), rear shoulder room (56.5 vs 55.7 inches) and front head room (39.5 vs 37.5 inches). The 2018 Accord also gives you more passenger volume (105.6 vs 99.3 cubic feet) and a bigger trunk (16.7 vs 15.1 cubic feet).

Infotainment System

The 2018 Honda Accord’s infotainment system is standard with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The standard display is seven inches in diameter, but on higher trims an eight-inch screen is standard. The starting audio is a 4-speaker system, or you can upgrade to a 10-speaker, 450-watt premium unit that supports popular apps and your music library. Available options include navigation, a mobile hotspot, a 4G LTE data connection and a wireless device charger. On the other hand, the 2018 Toyota Camry forces you to use the proprietary Entune system instead of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Performance Technology

The Toyota Camry steps into 2018 with two conventional gasoline engines mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. The 2018 Honda Accord embraces the future, offering two high-efficiency turbocharged engines. Moreover, instead of the standard 10-speed automatic transmission, performance-minded drivers can opt for a 6-speed manual, designed to increase driver fun and engagement. In addition, the Accord makes available an Active Damper Suspension that boosts cornering confidence.

We’d love for you to visit our Honda dealership and take a test drive of the 2018 Accord. Our friendly customer service prioritizes your satisfaction, so stop by today!