Picture being able to tackle Florida's roads in a capable, modern. and versatile midsize sedan that can give you a pleasant ride on a routine basis. At Sun Toyota near Holiday, FL, our staff will be delighted to help you explore our vast assortment of new Toyotas for sale in Holiday, including the 2016 Toyota Camry. Sun Toyota is one of Florida's premier Toyota dealerships and has served New Port Richey, Clearwater, Tampa, Palm Harbor, Tarpon Springs, Largo, and Wesley Chapel, FL for a number of years. Stop by Sun Toyota in Holiday at 3001 U.S. 19 and discover the Camry today. You might even be driving one home tonight!
There are a lot of excellent options in the midsize sedan segment, so let's see how the 2016 Toyota Camry performs against the Honda Accord.
If you are tired of filling up every week, then there's a clear choice for you in the Camry-Accord battle. Can you guess which one? Both vehicles have a standard four-cylinder motor, as well as an available V6 engine for shoppers looking for more power. With its basic 2.5-L inline four-cylinder paired to a six-speed automatic transmission, the 2016 Toyota Camry can return 25 city and 35 highway mpg. In comparison, the entry-level Honda Accord's standard 2.4-liter engine and six-speed manual transmission is rated for 23 city and 34 highway mpg. The Honda Accord does not offer a standard automatic transmission, so look forward to paying more to get that seamless driving dynamic that Toyota offers standard on the Camry.
When you look at standard features, the Toyota Camry once again surpasses the Accord. The 2016 Toyota Camry's heated power outside mirrors come standard in the LE model -- in a base Accord LX model, heated mirrors aren't even an available option. And while the 2016 Camry comes standard with ten airbags, Accord drivers and passengers will have to settle for just six. In the Camry SE, you will find six speakers and voice-activated controls for the audio system all for an MSRP of $24,675 (including destination charge). In the comparable Honda Accord Sport, you will pay an MSRP of $25,900 (including destination charge) but you will get only four speakers and voice-control functions are not available. Looks like the 2016 Camry wins another round!
It should come as no surprise that the Toyota Camry is often imitated by the Honda Accord when it comes to standard features, safety, and comfort. Mid-size sedans are some of the most popular passenger vehicles in the country, so you undoubtedly want to drive one that has the latest in safety features for you and your passengers. One aspect where the 2016 Camry outshines the Accord is in passive safety. The 2016 Toyota Camry includes knee airbags for both driver and front passenger front seats - something Honda's Accord doesn't have at all, even as an option. Toyota believes this feature is of great importance since legs injuries are so common in collisions. If the safety of you and your passengers is on your mind, you can't go wrong with the 2016 Toyota Camry. As midsize sedans, both the Camry and Accord excel at offering safety and security to both drivers and passengers. More safety features offered with the Camry include:
You would think that, by now, all new mid-size sedans should be comfortable and refined, but if you aren't shopping for a new Toyota Camry, you will be missing out on some great comfort features. True comfort doesn't stop at the quality of the seating; it also includes factors like the spaciousness of the cabin for driver and every passenger. In the 2016 Toyota Camry, back-seat passengers have ample headroom at 38.1 inches, and 38.9 inches of legroom. Their Accord counterparts will have to settle for 37.5 inches of headroom and legroom of only 38.5 inches. If you want a spacious cabin, choose Camry!
After discovering the 2016 Camry at Sun Toyota, we are sure that you will want to drive this amazing vehicle every day. To provide you with the ability to enjoy driving without having to worry about problems with the car's vital parts and functions, Toyota backs every new Camry with a comprehensive warranty. The Camry has a three-year/36,000-mile basic warranty, a five-year/60,000-mile drivetrain warranty, and is also covered by the ToyotaCare plan that provides you with two years or 25,000 miles (whichever comes first) of no-cost maintenance. Looks Like Toyota wins again!
As you can see, the 2016 Toyota Camry can be imitated but not surpassed by the likes of the Honda Accord. Stop by the Sun Toyota showroom to test drive a new Camry for yourself. Once you drive the remarkable 2016 Camry, we bet you will want our dedicated sales team to help you find one that you can drive home!View Inventory