If you’re in the market for a sedan, you will find numerous choices. Two of the best are the 2020 Toyota Camry and the 2020 Honda Accord. Both of these models have a lot to offer drivers and their passengers. Take a look at the features to see which one is right for you.
Sedans aren’t always known for their power, but both of these models provide premium performance. The two sedans are comparable in fuel efficiency with their four-cylinder engines in the mid-30s. The Honda features a 1.5L engine for 192 horsepower, but the Toyota overpowers it with the 2.5L engine and 203 horsepower. Enhancing the power of the engine is an eight-speed automatic with auto-manual and overdrive, compared to a two-speed with overdrive for the Accord. One of the major differences between the two is the availability of all-wheel drive for the Camry for added stability when you need it.
Both models offer a lot of premium amenities to entice buyers. However, the 2020 Toyota Camry doesn’t forget that sometimes it is the small things that have a big impact. For instance, a glovebox light is standard on the Camry but not available on the Accord. Both sedans include a map light, but only the Toyota has one for rear passengers. The Toyota also has a slightly smaller turning radius to fit around tight turns a little easier. Find the perfect position for your travels in either sedan. However, the Toyota provides a six-way passenger seat compared to the four-way option for the Accord.
All sedans stay up to date on modern technology to appeal to today’s customers. However, there are some differences between models. For instance, both the Honda and Toyota sedans include a radio, but only Toyota adds satellite to the base trim. There is one LCD screen on the Accord while the 2020 Toyota Camry offers two and an auxiliary port. Bluetooth compatibility is standard on both models but only the Camry includes voice recognition as standard on the base trim. This sedan also comes with six speakers over four for the Accord.
You can feel safe behind the wheel of both of these sedans, but there are a few differences. One of the primary features of the 2020 Toyota Camry is free maintenance for 24 months or 25,000 miles to ensure your car stays in good shape and gets the routine service it needs. Toyota also provides in-vehicle assistance service as standard on all models. Lane departure warning is standard on both sedans for added peace of mind along with electronic stability control and antilock brakes. However, Toyota reigns supreme as a Top Safety Pick + from IIHS even with just the standard features on the base trim.