Honda Accord and Toyota Camry are sales leaders when it comes to the mid-size family sedan market. These two Japanese sedans offer buyers an excellent fuel economy, great reliability, and a comfortable ride without breaking the bank. The rivalry between these two cars dates back to 1980 when family sedans were at the height of their popularity.
The 2020 Toyota Camry starts at $26,620 that is paired to 2.5L 4-cylinder engine and comes in an 8-speed automatic transmission. The base model is fairly well equipped with features like the Toyota Safety Sense P, Android Auto & Apple CarPlay, and Keyless Entry with Push-button Start. Toyota only offers the Camry in FWD and customers looking for manual transmission have to look somewhere else. A fully loaded Toyota Camry maxes out at $41,590 and comes with 3.5L V6, leather-trimmed seats, Navigation, and Panoramic Sunroof.
While the Honda Accord, on the other hand, starts at $28,490 that comes with a 1.5L turbocharged 4-cylinder and CVT transmission. The base model Honda Accord comes with heated seats, remote engine start, and Honda Sensing. Honda offers its customers to choose between a manual transmission, CVT, and a traditional automatic transmission depending on the trim level. A fully loaded Honda Accord Touring model climbs up to $41,976 that is paired with a 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine and 10-speed automatic transmission.
Both of these sedans are also available in a hybrid variant for customers looking for additional fuel savings.