Car shoppers looking for a premium-quality sedan will find the 2021 Toyota Avalon and the 2021 Honda Accord occupying a similar space within the segment. Wondering what the differences are between the 2021 Toyota Avalon vs the 2021 Honda Accord? Below, we’ve highlighted the most notable differences between these two sedan models, especially when it comes to engine capability, internal space and available technology features.
A 3.5-liter V6 engine with 301 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque comes standard inside the 2021 Toyota Avalon. In comparison, the turbocharged, four-cylinder, 1.5-liter engine that comes standard inside the 2021 Honda Accord only produces 192 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque. The 2021 Avalon is available in XLE. Touring, XSE Nightshade, Limited and TRD trims while the 2021 Honda Accord is offered in LX, Sport, SE, EX-L, Sport 2.0T and Touring.
2021 Toyota Avalon
2021 Honda Accord
|301 hp||Standard Horsepower||192 hp|
|267 lb.-ft.||Standard Torque||192 lb.-ft.|
|120.4 cu.ft.||Interior Volume||119.4 cu.ft.|
|Eight Speakers||Standard Audio System||Four Speakers|
While they’re similar in terms of size, the 2021 Toyota Avalon has the edge over the 2021 Honda Accord when it comes to useable interior space. The cabin of the 2021 Avalon offers 120.4 cubic feet of interior volume, which is one cubic foot more than the 2021 Accord.
Drivers should also note the differences between these two cars when it comes to technology features. Notably, the 2021 Toyota Avalon comes standard with double the amount of speakers as the 2021 Accord.
The 2021 Toyota Avalon is offered in a large selection of exterior paint options, including: Opulent Amber, Harbor Gray Metallic, Wind Chill Pearl, Celestial Silver Metallic, Midnight Black Metallic, Supersonic Red, Ruby Flare Pearl, Blueprint, Ice Edge w/ Midnight Black Metallic Roof and Wind Chill Pearl w/ Midnight Black Metallic Roof.