2020 Toyota Camry vs 2020 Honda Accord

It can be difficult to make the right choice when it comes to your next car. In the sedan category, the Camry and the Accord are both heavy hitters often considered in a class all their own, but which one should you choose? We’ll make it simple with our 2020 Toyota Camry vs 2020 Honda Accord comparison. Learn why the 2020 Camry is the better and smarter option. If you are looking for a new Camry in the Los Angeles area, then stop in at Toyota of Lancaster in Lancaster, CA. You can check out our new Camry inventory right now by clicking the link below. Or keep reading to learn why the Camry is the smart option.

2020 Toyota Camry


2020 Honda Accord


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Which sedan is better: Camry or Accord?

Outside of luxury models, sedans don’t commonly have an all-wheel-drive option. Which is a shame, because AWD is very useful for sedans. Toyota has recognized this and included all-wheel drive as an available option on the 2020 Camry. This feature is not available on the current Accord.

In the power department, the Camry outpaces everything that the Accord has to offer. With its top V6 engine, it can crank out up to 301 horsepower, but its standard engine is no slouch either with 203 horsepower, which is more than the Accord offers standard with its 1.5-liter 192-horsepower engine.

In terms of efficiency, the Camry just gives you better numbers out on the highway, which is where Americans spend most of their driving time anyway. The Camry manages this improved efficiency with higher horsepower through a super-smooth 8-speed transmission.

When you get a car, you want to have the latest in infotainment tech. Currently, that means Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Both can seamlessly integrate with a compatible smartphone to give you superior audio options and you can even utilize your phone’s native navigation to get you exactly where you need to go. Sadly, you have to go up two trim levels and nearly $3,000 in MSRP on the Accord to get those features.

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