2020 Toyota Camry vs 2020 Honda Accord
The midsize sedan segment is perhaps the biggest class in the automotive industry, filled with depth from all sorts of great competitors. Even while many sedans begin to disappear from the market in favor of more utility vehicles, the 2020 Toyota Camry and 2020 Honda Accord stand tall, showing no signs of going anywhere.
We wanted to highlight these two sedans and show you what makes them such great options in the midsize sedan segment, but also help you decide which might be right for you if you’re torn between them. So, check out the side-by-side comparison in the table below and keep reading for an analysis.
2020 Toyota Camry SE
2020 Honda Accord Sport
|203 HP||Horsepower||192 HP|
|32 mpg||Combined Fuel Efficiency||31 mpg|
|15.1 cu. ft.||Cargo Capacity||16.7 cu. ft.|
New Midsize Sedans Available in Lima OH
The Toyota Camry has been around since 1982, but the Honda Accord actually has it beat, having been introduced nearly a decade earlier in 1976. In the beginning, both models were compact sedans, but the Accord switched to the midsize segment in 1989, followed shortly after by the Camry in ’81. Today, the Accord is in its 10th generation while the Camry finds itself in its 11th.
As you can see from the table above, these two sedans are incredibly comparable to one another. We chose to compare the most popular trim levels (according to Edmunds.com) against one another, so these specs are for the Camry SE and the Accord Sport. When it comes to power, the Camry generates an extra 11 horsepower, but it doesn’t give up any efficiency, getting an extra mile to the gallon combined across highway and city driving.
Although both sedans obviously have seating for up to five, the Accord Sport does get a leg up in space as its trunk is 1.6 cubic feet larger than that of the Camry SE. If you’re interested in learning more about either midsize sedan, don’t hesitate to give us a call right here at White’s Lima!