2016 Toyota Camry vs. 2016 Honda Accord
Both the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord are very popular sedans to drive in the Warrenton, Virginia area. If you are in the market for a new sedan, but don’t know which one to choose, comparing the two vehicles side by side may help.
2016 Toyota Camry Safety
Mid-sized sedans don’t lack for safety in today’s cars, but the kind of safety features that are available may determine what Warrenton drivers want. For example, the Camry XSE has ten standard airbags, including knee airbags. It also has Pre-Collision System availability. Automatic high beams are also an option with the Camry. The Accord EX, the XSE’s comparable vehicle, has six standard airbags, with no knee airbag or Pre-Collision System. Automatic high beams aren’t available on the Accord. Camry comes out ahead in this category.
2016 Toyota Camry Comfort
The Camry XSE has lots of rear leg room and a 60/40 split rear seat. The Accord EX doesn’t have as much leg room and its folding rear seat is one-piece. The Camry has leather-trimmed Ultrasuede seats and a leather-trimmed steering wheel. The Accord doesn’t offer these. In addition, the Camry comes standard with heated front seats. Lane Departure Alert is also available. The Accord does not offer these qualities.
2016 Toyota Camry Technology
The Camry XSE also has an advantage with technology. While the Accord EX has many modern conveniences, the Camry offers:
- Entune™ Premium Audio with Navigation and App Suite
- Qi wireless charging
- Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC)
- Blind Spot Monitor
Though the Accord is a comparable vehicle in some aspects, the Camry comes out ahead. Whether it’s young families, commuters, or college students interested in a sedan, the Camry should definitely be on the short-list to buy.
If you are in the Warrenton, Virginia area and are interested in test driving a 2016 Toyota Camry, speak with the experienced team at Warrenton Toyota today.
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