Compare 2017 Toyota Camry vs Honda Accord | Tallahassee, FL

2017 Toyota Camry vs Honda Accord

2017 Toyota Camry 2017 Honda Accord
Base Engine
  2.5 L 2.4 L
Fuel Economy (city/hwy)
  24/33 mpg 23/32 mpg
Rear head room
  38.1 in. 37.5 in.

2017 Toyota Camry vs Honda Accord

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Compact Sedans have been the staple in motor vehicles for decades. They’re the all-around vehicle that is perfect for ferrying a family, hauling cargo and commuting efficiently. They’re designed to handle traffic like a champion and cruise the highways with minimal fuel consumption, and there is no better blend of affordability and enjoy-ability that can be found in a vehicle. Two of the all-time classics in sedans are the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord. They are made for the same drivers and intend to compete with each other head to head. While the starting prices for these vehicles are nearly identical, their features and overall value are not.

Is the 2017 Camry Performance Better than the Accord?

When it comes to driving performance, there’s a reason these two cars are in the same class. Both use inline V-4 engines. The Camry has a 2.5L 178 horsepower engine while the Accord has a 2.4L, 185 horsepower engine. Both are on six-speed transmissions, but the Camry comes standard with an automatic shifter while the Accord is manual. Another reason the 2017 Toyota Camry is better than the 2017 Honda Accord, is because it has a better fuel economy. At 24/33 MPG, it saves on operation costs in the long run. For two drivetrains as similar as these, any significant difference is a big deal.

2017 Toyota Camry interior

Why is the 2017 Camry Interior Better?

Both sedans are designed to seat five adults, and they have similar cabin space. While the Accord does offer parking assistance on higher trims, it loses in overall features and convenience. The Camry comes standard with power seats, and optional upgrades can include roadside assistance, onboard navigation for base trims and a tracking-based service package. The Accord does not offer base-level navigation or power seats, and roadside assistance is never available. The overall capacity for luxury and comfort is simply higher for the Camry, and matching feature for feature requires more additional costs and upgrades for the Accord.

Is the 2017 Camry Safer than the Accord?

There is no more important factor for comparison than safety. The standard safety features are almost identical between the two models, mirroring improvements that are fast becoming industry standards. The only real difference comes from a group of features that are simply not available on the Accord. The Camry can come equipped with automatic airbag notifications, emergency services, stolen vehicle tracking and collision notification. When it comes to collisions and theft, the Camry just has more ways to help drivers than the Accord, making it the overall safer pick.

Come by the dealership in Tallahassee, FL to check out our latest line of Toyota cars. You can get behind the wheel of a new Camry and see for yourself how it compares. There’s a reason it consistently beats the Accord, and you can have access to the affordable features that make for such a wonderful driving experience. Let our friendly staff help you find the right set of keys, and you’ll be owning a long-lasting, all-around excellent vehicle before you know it.

* Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Actual mileage will vary.