Toyota Camry For Sale in Holiday vs The Honda Accord

No two mid-size sedans are compared more often than the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, and for good reasons. These sedans have been top options in their segment for decades and continue to offer a blend of style, performance, efficiency, practicality, and value that attract many motorists and families.

Toyota Camry Performance

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Every car shopper looks to maximize fuel efficiency and power when searching for a new sedan, but often you have to value one aspect over the other. When shopping the new Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, though, you can have both performance and efficiency -- that is if you choose the Camry.

This Toyota sedan for sale in Florida comes standard with a 2.5-liter Dynamic Force engine and automatic transmission that together help this mid-size sedan generate a robust 203 hp and return up to an EPA-estimated 41 mpg* on the highway.




In contrast, Honda's new Accord sedan is equipped with the automaker's smaller, 1.5-liter turbocharged engine that develops just 192 hp. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) is coupled with the Accord's standard engine, allowing the Honda to achieve up to an EPA-estimated 38 mpg* on the highway. For more power and greater highway fuel efficiency in an affordable new mid-size sedan, the new Toyota Camry is the way to go!

Reliable Sedan Vehicle

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Both the Camry and the Accord are known for their reliability, but according to some studies, Toyota continuously has a better reputation for reliability and dependability.


According to some sources, the Camry may have lower maintenance costs over time compared to the Accord, which can be another factor to consider when comparing the two models.

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In addition, the Toyota Camry tends to hold its value better than the Honda Accord over time. This can be an important factor for drivers who plan to sell or trade-in their car later on.

Camry Technology and Safety Features

Both sedan vehicles offer advanced cabin features at driver-friendly prices. Amenities like 7-inch touchscreen displays and Bluetooth® wireless technology are found in both of these sedans as standard equipment. However, for standard tech like Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ capability plus a 6-speaker sound system, you'll want to go with the Toyota, which offers all of these features in its L base trim.

While Honda's new Accord can be had with an upgraded sound system and smartphone integration via Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®, car shoppers would need to select the pricier Accord Sport trim or higher to enjoy these benefits, which are standard on every 2022 and 2023 Toyota Camry.

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For the 2023 model year, Honda has joined Toyota in offering a suite of driver-assist and safety features as standard equipment on its mid-size sedan. These sedans come equipped with driver aids ranging from adaptive cruise control and pre-collision systems to lane-keeping assist and automatic high beam technologies to help keep motorists alert and all occupants safer during any on-road travels.

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If you'd like to go beyond comparing the 2023 Toyota Camry and new Honda Accord on paper and get behind the wheel for test drives, then you can turn to Sun Toyota in Holiday, FL, where we stock the new Camry. We're conveniently located for Tampa area car shoppers and our team of sales associates can tell you all about the new Camry trim lineup and standard and available features during your tour and test drive.

March 16, 2023
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