Which Is Better: Honda Accord or Toyota Camry?
Neither the Accord nor the Camry are going to light your heart on fire with their performance. But that’s not really the reason they’re among the best-selling cars in the country. What you can expect with either model is a comfortable, affordable, and reliable car for daily driving. When you take everything into consideration, the Accord slightly edges the Camry. The Accord uses less fuel than the Camry: The Camry only gets 24 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway, compared to the Accord’s 27 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway. Interior styling is another area where the Accord wins out. The Accord’s cabin feels upscale and smartly designed, while the Camry’s interior seems more utilitarian. Finally, as far as features go, the Camry can’t touch the Accord. All Accord models are available with advanced safety systems that are pricey extras in the Camry’s most expensive trims. You can also get Android Auto or Apple CarPlay smartphone integration in the Accord. Neither system is available in the Camry.