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2020 Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry

Honda Accord

It seems like when a driver is trying to decide between the best sedan, Honda and Toyota always end up as final contenders. This is true with the Accord and Camry, two models that prove to be reliable sedans for many San Antonio, Schertz, and Alamo Heights drivers. However, the team at Northside Honda is here to put an end to this debate.

In our 2020 Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry comparison, you’ll be able to see what these two models offer side by side. Using cold-hard facts, this head-to-head comparison will help you make an educated decision on which sedan is best for you. Let’s get started.

2020 Accord vs 2020 Camry: Performance

Honda Accord Engine SpecsWhen it comes to performance, both sedans provide a smooth yet thrilling experience. All you have to do is pick the power you want behind the wheel.

Standardly, the Honda Accord is outfitted with a 1.5L 4-cylinder engine that packs a lot of punch with its 192 lb-ft of torque. Unfortunately, the standard 2.5L 4-cylinder engine in the Toyota Camry only offers a torque of 184 lb-ft.

The theme continues with the upgraded engines in the Accord and Camry. Opt for the available 3.5L V6 in the 2020 Camry, and you’ll have up to 267 lb-ft of torque on your side. However, that doesn’t quite compete with the 273 lb-ft of torque you’ll find with the available 2.0L 4-cylinder of the Honda Accord.

Additionally, both models come with optional hybrid engines. With a total system horsepower of 212 in the Accord, you’ll have more power than with the Camry, which tops out with 208 horsepower with its hybrid engine.

Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry: Interior Comfort

Honda Accord InteriorWhen you’re on the road, you deserve to be as cozy as can be. The 2020 Accord does this by offering tons of amenities inside its cabin. For instance, it comes standard with dual-zone automatic climate control on all trims, a passenger space of 105.6 cubic feet, and ample trunk room with 16.7 cubic feet of room.

While the Toyota Camry does offer dual-zone climate control, it is not standard and can only be found on higher trim levels. Additionally, this sedan offers less space for you and your passengers with a passenger volume of only 100.4 cubic feet and a trunk that maxes out at 15.1 cubic feet.

Additionally, the Accord comes equipped with the HomeLink® remote system. This available feature acts as a universal garage door opener, automatically giving you access to your garage as well as your security gate.

2020 Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry: Verdict

With the choice of the Camry and Accord in front of you, do you know which one is best for you? At Northside Honda, we think the more powerful engine lineup and unique cabin amenities make the 2020 Honda Accord worth a second look.

To do so, schedule a test drive at our dealership today. Our team will get you behind the wheel and on the roads of San Antonio, Schertz, and Alamo Heights to find out what this sedan is truly capable of.

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