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Compare the 2018 Honda Accord vs. 2018 Toyota Camry

2018 Honda Accord vs 2018 Toyota Camry

2018 Honda Accord


2018 Toyota Camry


Seating Capacity

16.3 cu-ft

Cargo Space

15.1 cu-ft
192 lb-ft


184 lb-ft

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While the 2017 Honda Accord continues to hold its own, the 2018 Honda Accord is expected soon. It will challenge its midsized rivals, including the 2018 Toyota Camry. Shoppers will be surprised at the ways that the Accord can improve. After all, it has been edging up the level of quality and style for years now. This new generation goes full speed toward advanced, contemporary living.

Built and Performance

Honda’s pride in performance, style and conveniences are evident when you take one look at the way the new Accord is built and equipped. Honda likes to prove it can do many things at once. So, taking style to new heights, the Accord will have many lighter weight components and other aerodynamic changes. As always, Honda has accomplished these improvements while keeping costs in check. Shoppers will be delighted with more value at each trim level. More amenities are paired with higher style to challenge anything the Toyota Camry can offer. From wireless chargers to accent-stitched leathers, the Accord won’t give an inch to its rival. When it comes to performance, Accords aren’t willing to give up their edge either. Utilizing the four-cylinder engines used for the bigger Honda CR-V, Honda makes sure the Accord can succeed in all types of situations. From rushing into busy traffic to climbing a mountain road, the Honda powertrains are just as ready, if not more so, than the Camry engines.

Entertainment and Connectivity

The Toyota Camry has its Entune system with a touchscreen. Dedicated apps are available on higher models. For 2018, Honda Accords are streamlining their information and entertainment screens. This makes it much more efficient and less distracting for users. Unlike Toyota, Honda has added Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to its basic package. In fact, Toyota doesn’t offer either of these systems. Increasingly common, the systems allow Android or Apple users to access almost all of their important apps through the touchscreen. You can broadcast your map app to the screen and enjoy turn-by-turn directions over Bluetooth. Users report that these systems improve their experience and provide much more content than car app systems alone.

Safety and Crash Avoidance

Advanced automation continues to improve, and the 2018 Honda Accord is ready to meet all expectations. Like the 2018 Toyota Camry, drivers will be able to get an autobrake system. This is paired with both a forward collision warning and a helpful pedestrian alert. Accord drivers will feel more confident as they utilize an adaptive cruise control system. This maintains a safe span between the Accord and nearby vehicles. It can analyze brake lights and respond by slowing the vehicle. Only Honda offers the blind zone camera. Embedded in the mirror, it watches the passenger side, showing the driver what vehicles are close by. It is as easy to use as the rearview camera that is standard on all Accords. This blind spot system is not available on the 2018 Toyota Camry.

Where do you want to go? The 2018 Honda Accord will take you there in style. Find out more from our dealership.