May 26, 2016
The Honda Accord and Toyota Camry have long-been two of the most beloved mid-sized cars on the road. But did you know the Honda Accord blows the Toyota Camry out of the water in multiple areas? Whether you’re comparing fuel efficiency, safety, comfort or even residual value, the 2016 Honda Accord vastly outperforms the 2016 Toyota Camry.
In terms of fuel economy, in optimal conditions the Camry will see a combined fuel economy of 28 mpg while the Honda Accord achieves up to a combined 31 mpg. It may not seem like much of a difference at first, but your wallet will feel the difference at the pump.
Additionally, the newest model year Honda Accord proudly boasts a 41 percent residual value, according to ALG, while the Camry residual value is only rated at 33 percent. Once those 60 months pass, there is a clear residual value winner.
And did we mention that the NHTSA gave the Honda Accord a higher safety rating than the Toyota Camry? Or that the Accord has more cargo space than the Camry?
When it comes to the Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry debate, the winner is clear. To learn more about the 2016 Honda Accord, visit us anytime at Frank Ancona Honda.