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2021 Toyota Camry Vs. Honda Accord


Things are looking up and as the economy starts to grow again you may be in the market for a new car. Sure, a lot of people are focused on SUV's and all the sizes they come in, but if you're looking for a classic driving feel then an all-new sedan may be for you. 

That's why we're comparing two of the biggest contenders in the sedan market. From the Nissan Altima, Kia K5, Mazda6 and many more there are plenty of options in the low height, four-door market, but probably the two most well-known are the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord. These two cars have been famed for generations and certainly aren't going away any time soon. So we're going to take a closer look to discover the subtleties between them and see who comes out on top after comparing a few key traits. Whatever your car buying decision though, be sure that Frank's Servicenter has what it takes to keep any car on the road and getting you where you need to be.

Safety:
Both are electronic interactive with the featured Lane Keep Assist, but it is reported that the Honda Accord has a smoother response if you do drift out of your lane. The Camry tends to be a bit more jerky when correcting. 

Screen Time:
A digital display is now a common feature in most new cars, though it may be difficult to believe if you've been driving for a decade or more. The Honda Accord sports a handy 8" standard info-tainment screen, but the Camry's is only 7 inches - close but still a little less.

Passenger Space:
It doesn't matter which of these modern roadrunners you choose, both have spacious cabin area for even the tallest passengers and drivers.

Cargo Hold:
Things aren't looking good for the Camry at this point as it comes in with only 15.1 cubic feet of storage space in the trunk. The Accord takes the win again with 16.7 - plenty of room for whatever you may be carrying.

Price:
Although it has been a close race the Accord comes out on top again at a base MSRP of $24,970 as the Camry's is $25,045. Hey, why not save 75 bucks? Although it is worth mentioning that aside from the base models the Camry offers a top-of-the-line TRD, 6-cylinder model for the motorsport enthusiast.

So in the end, we'd have to award the gold-medal to the Honda Accord, though the Camry is a very close contender.

Watch all about these two neat cars in these videos!