Head To Head Battle: The Accord Vs. Camry

2020 Honda AccordShopping for a sedan can seem super overwhelming at first. You might be thinking, “Where do I even begin?” If that’s the question you’re asking, then you have found yourself in the right place. Instead of starting broad and working your way down, we’re here to compare two of the leading sedans for you, so you don’t have to do the narrowing down.

Which top two competitors might we be referring to? The 2020 Honda Accord and the 2020 Toyota Camry. Both vehicles pack a huge punch in a smaller package, but one definitely stands out of the crowd. Keep reading to find out which one you should consider!

Spacious, Comfortable Interior

Starting off with comfortability, the Honda Accord takes the lead with its ultra-spacious cabin, offering passengers 105.6 cu ft. Not only will your passengers have wiggle room, but they will also have all of their temperature needs met with Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control, which comes standard in the Accord. Anyone and everyone can adjust their vents to their liking.

Where the Accord takes the lead, the Camry fails to catch up. The Camry’s interior checks in at 100.4 cu ft, making the cabin less spacious than what the Accord offers. While the interior is comfortable and stylish, you’ll have to upgrade to get access to Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control. This valuable comfort feature is only an available option in the Camry, not standard like it is in the Accord.

Tech to Impress

The Honda Accord comes fully loaded with some of the latest and greatest technology offered, and you’d be surprised at how much of that comes standard in the 2020 model. A few features worth mentioning include: Push Button Start, Road Departure Mitigation System, and Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow. All of these features work not only for your convenience, but for your safety as well.

The Toyota Camry does offer some impressive tech, including a Bird’s Eye View Camera and WiFi connect, but critical features like Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow and Road Departure Mitigation System are not available, and Push Button Start is not standard.

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Get Your Accord

If you’re interested in a 2020 Honda Accord, we offer a huge inventory of new models. The team at Hendrick Honda Bradenton is also able to answer any questions you might have, or talk about the features in greater detail. Let us know how we can help!