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Compare 2018 Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry

2018 Honda Accord vs 2018 Toyota Camry
2018 Honda Accord 2018 Toyota Camry
  40.4 in. 38.0 in.
  192 lb-ft. 183 lb-ft.
  16.7 cu.ft. 14.1 cu.ft.

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2018 Honda Accord vs 2018 Toyota Camry

Serving Highland Park, Evanston and Chicago, IL

Americans buy millions of midsize, near-luxury sedans because the best provide advanced styling, refined handling and comfortable cabins. Two market leaders in this segment are the Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry. Both boast high resale value, long-term reliability and legendary build quality.

Which Infotainment System has the Most Features?

The 2018 Honda Accord integrates Android Auto and Apple CarPlay into its infotainment system. A seven-inch customizable display is standard, and higher trims get an eight-inch screen. Audio setups range from a four-speaker unit to a 10-speaker, 450-watt premium system. With them, you can access your music library and many apps. Navigation, a mobile hotspot, wireless device charger and a 4G LTE data connection are available. You cannot get Apple CarPlay or Android Auto on the 2018 Camry – you must instead use the proprietary Toyota Entune system.

Which Sedan has More Capacity?

The 2018 Accord is larger and more capacious than the 2018 Camry. The Honda has a longer wheelbase, and is wider and taller than the Toyota. The Accord cabin is more spacious in terms of front headroom (39.5 vs 37.5 inches), front legroom (42.3 vs 42.1 inches), front shoulder room (58.3 vs 57.7 inches), rear legroom (40.4 vs 38.0 inches) and rear shoulder room (56.5 vs 55.7 inches). Accord also provides more passenger space (105.6 vs 99.3 cubic feet) and a larger trunk (16.7 vs 15.1 cubic feet).

Which Car Has Better Safety and Features?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration warns of the danger presented by rollover incidents. Rollovers have a higher fatality rate than other kinds of crashes. Although the 2018 models have yet to be crash tested, you’ll find it interesting that the 2017 Honda Accord earned 5 Stars on the NHTSA Rollover test, but the 2017 Toyota Camry only mustered 4 Stars.

Contact out new Honda dealership for more information on the 2018 Honda Accord! Muller Honda is located in Highland Park, IL and serves Evanston and Chicago.

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