2021 Honda Accord vs 2021 Toyota Avalon
As niche as the sedan market has become, it still has a dedicated customer base making it just as competitive as the other segments. And two cars that are significant in this segment are the Honda Accord and the Toyota Avalon. Both the sedans are proud Japanese automobiles with rich histories and fitting legacies. Both the sedans are powerhouses in the segment and are major contributors for their brand’s reputation and popularity. If you are looking for a comparison between these two sedans, then this article is aimed to achieve the same.
We at White’s Lima offer both these sedans and have a vibrant inventory for you to check out. You can contact us for more information of these two vehicles. You can also visit our dealership to experience these vehicles in person.
2021 Honda Accord
2021 Toyota Avalon
|1.5-liter Turbocharged Inline-Four Cylinder||Engine||3.5-liter V-6|
|192 hp / 192 ft.-lbs.||Horsepower/Torque||301 hp / 267 ft.-lbs.|
|105.6 cu. ft.||Passenger Volume (cu. ft.)||104.3 cu. ft.|
|16.7 cu. ft.||Cargo Space (cu. ft.)||16.1 cu. ft.|
|30 / 38 / 33||MPG (City/ Highway/ Combined)||22 / 32 / 26|
Advantages of the 2021 Honda Accord over the 2021 Toyota Avalon
The Toyota Avalon flaunts more power than the Accord with a power output of 301 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque. But let’s not forget that the Accord has another two-liter turbocharged inline-four-cylinder engine option that produces an impressive 252 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque. That said, both vehicles have potent powertrain offerings. The base Accord trims offer a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) while the Toyota Avalon offers an eight-speed automatic. The other option for the Honda Accord is the 10-speed automatic transmission that comes mated to the two-liter engine. Let’s not forget about the the2.5-liter inline-four-cylinder hybrid engine option for the Avalon that puts out 205 horsepower and 185 pound-feet of torque.
Both the sedans offer interactive infotainment systems that are easy to use and responsive. Features such as Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth® connectivity, and a USB audio port come standard on both vehicles, regardless of the trim level. Wireless Phone Charging is available as an option on the Honda Accord but is not available on the Avalon. On the other hand, the Avalon offers four USB charge ports as standard even on its base trim which is not the case with the Accord which offers charge ports only on the higher trims.
Both vehicles offer a host of safety features such as Lane Departure Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Automatic High-Beam Headlights, to name some of them.
Other than the features mentioned above, both the vehicles offer a lot more features and options which can be configures based on the customer’s requirement. Contact us and we will help you out with the entire purchasing process!