Compare 2019 Honda Accord vs 2019 Toyota Camry



2019 Honda Accord vs 2019 Toyota Camry
2019 Honda Accord 2019 Toyota Camry
Torque
  192 ft-lbs. 184 ft-lbs.
Cargo Space
  16.7 cu. ft. 14.1 cu. ft.
Rear Leg Room
  40.4 in. 38.0 in.

2019 Honda Accord vs 2019 Toyota Camry

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It may seem as though most popular automakers have at least one midsize car to consider, but you may have already narrowed down your options to the 2019 Honda Accord and the new Camry from Toyota. These vehicles have both been leaders in their class for decades, and they appear to offer similar value and features on the surface. A thorough comparison of the Accord and Camry for 2019 reveals that one model may provide more value for the money than the other.

Interior Features

The 2019 Honda Accord is available in six trims while the Camry is only offered in three. Additional trims in the Accord enable you to step up conveniently to a vehicle that may be more well-suited for your needs and budget. The base trim prices are comparable, and both cars come with standard cloth interior at this level. While exterior dimensions are similar, the Accord gives you several cubic feet of additional cargo space and additional space in the cabin. The 2019 Accord’s features may include a USB port, automatic climate control, a quality sound system, a push-button ignition, Bluetooth® 1 technology, speed-sensitive volume adjustments, power windows with auto up-down, programmable door locks, cruise control, and a few other features. If you opt for the Camry, some of its base-level features include an auto-dimming rearview mirror, remote keyless entry, power windows, manual climate control, and a USB port.

Body Style and Exterior Features

The Accord’s last major body design overhaul was introduced in the 2018 model year, which means that the 2019 model continues to have a fresh, stunning look. With a fastback-style roofline and a protruding, dominant hood, the new Accord has a striking presence on the road. The exterior includes a shark-fin antenna, LED headlights with a crisp style, a modified rear spoiler, powered and heated side mirrors with integrated turn signals, smart entry, Walk Away Auto-Lock, a one-touch power moonroof and numerous other features. The Camry’s exterior was substantially updated in the 2017 model year, so its look is slightly more dated yet still attractive. Its roofline and profile have a traditional sedan style while the front end gives it a sporty look. The front of the 2019 Camry has a protruding grille and bumper features with sleek headlights that fade to the sides. Its exterior features at the base trim are a single exhaust port, 16-inch wheels and acoustic glass with solar reduction qualities as well as a few additional items.

Safety Equipment

The 2019 Honda Accord and the new Camry have an exceptional range of safety equipment and are both designed to provide confidence on the road. However, at the lower trim levels, the Accord has more advanced driver-assisted technologies as standard features. In fact, the Honda Sensing® safety features are standard for all 2019 Accord trims. Between this suite and other passive and active equipment, your Accord will come with adaptive cruise control with low speed following, traffic sign recognition, lane keeping assistance, a tire pressure monitoring system, the LATCH safety equipment, rear child door locks, a full advanced airbag system, an anti-theft system and many other standard features. The lower trims of the 2019 Camry include some of the Toyota Safety Sense equipment, such as steering assistance for the lane departure warning and a pre-collision alert with pedestrian detection. The full Toyota Safety Sense system is standard for the top trim only.

While reading about features in the Camry and Accord is a great way to learn more about the options, getting behind the wheel provides invaluable information. Stop by today to get on the road for your first-hand driving experience of the 2019 Honda Accord.

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