The two premier midsize sedans go head-to-head as we compare the Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry, but as it goes on, the Accord goes for gold. It has higher standard MPG rating specs, more standard torque to get you up to speed, a larger trunk for your gear, more passenger room with space to stretch out, plenty of awesome features to enjoy, great safety assists as standard, and so many more benefits to discover.
See how the Accord pulls ahead with our Camry vs. Accord comparison below, and visit Muller Honda of Highland Park to see all the other Accord advantages with a test drive.
The Honda Accord has a standard 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that makes 192 horsepower plus 192 pound-feet of torque. The Toyota Camry has a standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 203 horsepower. However, torque gets a car moving, and this standard Camry engine has 184 pound-feet of torque.
Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry power-to-weight ratios see the Toyota Camry LE burden its horsepower with a curb weight of 3,310 pounds while the Honda Accord LX has a curb weight of 3,150 pounds; the Honda Accord can be a faster sedan.
The standard-engine Accord delivers up to an EPA-estimated 30/38/33 MPG (city/highway/combined)1 while the Camry delivers up to an EPA-estimated 28/39/32 MPG (city/highway/combined).2
Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry hybrid specs see the Accord Hybrid make 212 combined horsepower and 232 pound-feet of combined torque while the Camry Hybrid makes 208 combined horsepower and 163 pound-feet of combined torque.
With hybrid efficiency combined into their luxury-and-tech focused trims, the Accord EX-L Hybrid delivers an EPA-estimated 48/47/47 (city/highway/combined)1 while the Camry XLE Hybrid delivers an EPA-estimated 44/47/46 (city/highway/combined).1
|2023 Honda Accord LX||2023 Toyota Camry|
|Horsepower (Regular Gasoline)||192 hp @ 5,500 rpm||203 hp @ 6,600 rpm|
|Torque||192 lb-ft @ 1,600-5,000 rpm||184 lb-ft @ 5,000 rpm|
|EPA-Estimated MPG (city/hwy/cbd)||30 / 38 / 331||28 / 39 / 322|
|Cargo Capacity||16.7 cu ft||15.1 cu ft|
|Engine||1.5-liter Turbocharged Four-Cylinder||2.5-liter Dynamic Force 4-Cylinder|
The Accord can be more powerful and efficient than a Camry. Comparing Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry dimensions also reveals that it can offer much more room for your passengers and cargo.
On the outside, the Honda Accord measures 196.1 inches long, 73.3 inches wide, and 57.1 inches tall. The Camry is 192.1 inches long, 72.4 inches wide, and 56.9 inches tall.
As the exterior sizes make evident, the new Accord offers more room. Specifically, the Honda Accord has up to 105.6 cubic feet of passenger room and a 16.7 cubic foot trunk. The Toyota Camry, meanwhile, has up to 100.4 cubic feet of passenger room and a 15.1 cubic foot trunk.
For Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry legroom, the Accord offers 42.3 inches in the front seats and 40.4 inches in the rear seats; the Camry has 42.1 inches in the front seats and 38.0 inches in the rear seats.
The Accord also has 39.5 inches of front headroom and 56.5 inches of rear shoulder room against the Camry sedan's 38.3 inches of front headroom and 55.7 inches of rear shoulder room.
Accord vs. Camry safety features involve both sedans being safe choices. Their 2023 models have not been rated, but for 2022, the Accord and Camry both received the IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award.3
However, the Accord can offer more safety features. In the base-trim Honda Accord LX, you'll get the following Honda Sensing® safety features as standard:
The new Honda Accord LX also complements the Honda Sensing® package with a standard brake assist, auto high-beam headlights, and a multi-angle rearview camera.
Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry can be seen as Honda Sensing® vs. Toyota Safety Sense™. In the base-trim Toyota Camry LE, you get the Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5+ package with:
The Camry also gives you a standard brake assist, but no multi-angle rearview camera. Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry standard safety is certainly a close comparison, but with extra advancements like low-speed following, it can take the lead for safety.
Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry interior features are another close race where the Accord can pull ahead.
To demonstrate its base-trim value, the Honda Accord LX adds these features on top of its powerful list of safety features:
In contrast, the equivalent base-trim Toyota Camry LE offers the following standard features:
To equal HondaLink® connectivity, you may need to upgrade a Camry with available Toyota App Remote Connect services. And, the Camry does not have a fully-digital gauge cluster.
From torque to standard technology, the Accord is a winning midsize sedan. There's a lot more that it has to offer, and if you're ready to experience a Honda Accord or discover Honda vehicles like the more-agile Civic, visit us at Muller Honda of Highland Park today to test drive the lineup.
The Honda Accord gives drivers more passenger and cargo space than the Toyota Camry. Specifically, the Honda Accord offers 105.6 cubic feet of passenger room and a 16.7 cubic foot trunk, while the Toyota Camry provides up to 100.4 cubic feet of passenger room and a 15.1 cubic foot trunk. The Accord also has more legroom, shoulder room, and front headroom than the Camry.
A Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry reveals that the Honda Accord can offer more standard benefits than the Toyota Camry. The Accord LX delivers an EPA-estimated 33 MPG combined1 while the Camry LE delivers an EPA-estimated 32 MPG combined.2 The Accord has more passenger and cargo room than the Camry and provides a standard 10.2 fully-digital gauge cluster while the Camry has a 4.2-inch digital gauge cluster.
The Honda Accord Touring is a wonderfully luxurious way to take on every drive. It provides standard luxuries like leather-upholstered heated and ventilated front seats, a one-touch power moonroof, a 10-speaker premium sound system, wireless Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto™, and many more benefits. Discover the luxury of a Honda Accord today at Muller Honda of Highland Park.
130 city/38 highway/33 combined mpg rating for LX and EX-L. 29 city/35 highway/32 combined mpg rating for Sport 1.5T and Special Edition. 22 city/32 highway/26 combined mpg rating for Sport 2.0T and Touring 2.0T. 48 city/47 highway/47 combined mpg rating for Hybrid and Hybrid EX-L. 44 city/41 highway/43 combined mpg rating for Hybrid Sport and Touring. Based on 2022 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery-pack age/condition (hybrid trims) and other factors.
2EPA-estimated 28 city/39 hwy/32 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry LE, SE and SE Nightshade Edition; 27 city/38 hwy/31 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry XLE 4-Cylinder and XSE 4-Cylinder; 22 city/33 hwy/26 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry XLE V6; 22 city/32 hwy/26 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry XSE V6; 21 city/31 hwy/25 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry TRD; 51 city/53 hwy/52 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry LE Hybrid; and 44 city/47 hwy/46 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry SE Hybrid, XLE Hybrid and XSE Hybrid. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.
2Reference to this third-party claim is solely for informational purposes and not to be relied upon. For details regarding this award, visit www.iihs.org