A trusted midsize sedan like the Honda Accord or Toyota Camry offers reliable performance, convenient space, and safety features to give you peace of mind. So, which sedan is right for you?
Arrowhead Honda helps drivers in Peoria, Glendale, and Sun City decide with this Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry comparison. To check out our Honda inventory in person, find a Honda dealer near you!
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Both the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry are designed to offer a comfortable ride inside a spacious interior that's made for up to five people.
Overall, you'll find a little more room to stretch out and enjoy the ride inside the Honda Accord. It has a total passenger volume of 105.6 cubic feet. On the other hand, the passenger volume inside the Toyota Camry is only 100.4 cubic feet.
This is especially clear in the back seat where there's 40.4 inches of rear legroom. Three people can also sit comfortably next to each other with lots of room going across. There's 56.5 inches of rear shoulder room and 55 inches of rear hip room.
Passengers in the back seat will feel a little more cramped inside the Toyota Camry. Its has just 38 inches of rear legroom, 55.7 inches of rear shoulder room, and 54.7 inches of rear hip room.
Each midsize sedan also focuses on giving you ample room for all your cargo. The Honda Accord has a spacious trunk with 16.7 cubic feet of space inside. Its built to accommodate even more though. The versatile Fold-Down Rear Seatback is easy to use and lets you feed longer items like bikes or furniture through to the cabin.
The Toyota Camry also has a folding rear seat, but the trunk isn't as big to begin with. Its only designed to give you up to 14.1 cubic feet of cargo room.
When it comes to the Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry, you'll find lots of safety features designed to protect you and all your passengers.
The Accord is built with an Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) Body Structure. This is design absorbs force during a collision and redirects it away from the seating area. The Toyota Camry also has a strong frame and foundation, but it wasn't built with this intelligent design.
Inside, each midsize sedan sports an advanced airbag system and Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children (LATCH). The Honda Accord can actually help you brace for impact though. The front seat belts have an Automatic Tensioning System that can tighten any slack if a collision is detected.
The Toyota Camry also has LATCH to help strap in small backseat passengers, but it doesn't have any sort of tensioning system.
Visit Arrowhead Honda to test drive the reliable Honda Accord. It provides families and commuters in Phoenix, West Valley, and Surprise with a roomy trunk and lots of comfortable space inside a safe midsize sedan. To learn more about this Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry comparison, contact us or visit our dealership.