2019 Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry

Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry at Germain Honda of Dublin

The Honda Accord and Toyota Camry have competed for the top spot among midsize sedans for decades. After undergoing total redesigns, these two familiar rivals remain compelling choices for those searching for a midsize sedan. While it might seem difficult to choose which of these sedans is best for you, Germain Honda of Dublin has created this competitive comparison in which the 2019 Honda Accord faces off against the 2019 Toyota Camry. After you gain a better understanding of the advantages for the Accord, you’ll see why more and more drivers choose Honda.



Quick Specs

2019 Accord

2019 Camry

Better Performance (torque) Positive Negative Accord 1.5T 4-cylinder: 192 lb-ft @1600-5000 RPM (SAE net)
X Camry 2.5-liter 4-cylinder: 184 lb ft @5000 RPM (SAE net)
Accord 2.0T 4-cylinder VTEC: 273 lb-ft @1500-4000 RPM (SAE net)
X Camry 3.5-liter V6: 267 lb-ft @4700 RPM (SAE net)
More Room for Passengers and Cargo Positive Negative Accord cargo volume: 16.7 cu ft
X Camry passenger volume: 100.4 cu ft (LE)
X Camry cargo volume: 15.1 cu ft
More Comfort and Convenience Positive Negative Floor mats: Standard on Accord
$169 additional cost per set on Camry
Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ integration: Standard on Accord Sport, EX & above
Not available on Camry
Navigation: Standard on Accord EX-L with Navigation and Touring Trims
Requires $2,590 Driver Assist Package on Camry V6 models
Remote Engine Start: Standard on Accord EX & above trims
Extra cost, dealer installed option on Camry
More Safety and Driver-Assistance Technology Positive Negative Fog lights on EX & above trims
Not available on Camry
Adaptive Cruise Control with Low Speed Follow: Standard on all Accords (AT)
Not available on all Camry Trims
Traffic Sign Recognition: Standard on Accord
Not available on Camry
Honda Accord Engine

Honda Accord Performance

From the very beginning, the Honda Accord has several advantages over the rival Toyota Camry. In terms of power, the Accord has more torque than the Camry across both available engines. Those searching for a roomy interior should choose the Accord because it offers more passenger and cargo space than the Camry. Other great comfort and convenience amenities found on the Accord are either pricey options or entirely unavailable on the Toyota Camry.

Toyota even has the audacity to charge extra for carpeted floor mats inside the Camry. You’ll receive a standard navigation system on Accord EX-L with Navigation and Touring grades, while Camry buyers will have to pay $2,590 to receive the same feature. Sport, EX, and above trims also come standard with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ smartphone integration. This useful technology is not available on any trim level of the Toyota Camry. You’ll also receive standard Remote Engine Start on the Accord EX and above. Toyota drivers will have to shell out extra cash to get this dealer installed option on the Camry.



2019 Honda Accord LX vs 2019 Toyota Camry LE

2019 Accord LX

2019 Camry LE

Overall Value

Comparably Equipped MSRP[1] $24,640 $25,925
Destination Charge[1] $920 $930
City Fuel Economy Rating[2] 30 28
Combined Fuel Economy Rating[2] (City/Hwy) 33 32

Performance & Engineering

Engine 1.5-Liter, 4 Cyl CVT 2.5-Liter, 4 Cyl 8-speed
Torque 192@1600 184@5000

Dimensions

Passenger Volume (cu ft) 105.6 100.4
Headroom (inches) 39.5 38.3
Front Row Legroom (inches) 42.3 42.1
Front Shoulder Room (inches) 58.3 57.7
Second Row Legroom (inches) 40.4 38
Second Row Shoulder Room (inches) 56.5 55.7
Maximum Cargo Volume (cu ft) 16.7 15.1

Honda Value Comparison

Taking a closer look at the relative values of these sedans, the Honda Accord LX offers a lower starting MSRP1 than the Toyota Camry LE – emphasizing the outstanding value found on the Accord. When it comes time to refuel, you’ll experience even more savings thanks to superior city and combined MPG ratings as compared to the Camry2. Even with greater torque, the Accord makes no sacrifices on efficiency.

Turning our attention towards interior dimensions, the Accord continues to outperform the Camry. The Accord LX delivers greater passenger volume and cargo volume than the smaller Camry LE. Those riding up front will enjoy more headroom, legroom, and shoulder room. Rear-seat passengers also have more second-row legroom and shoulder room. Whether you’re headed across town of across the country, the Honda Accord proves to be the better choice compared to the Toyota Camry.

Honda Accord Interior


The Experts Choose Accord

Edmunds 2019 Buyers Most Wanted

Honda topped the competition at the 2019 Edmunds Buyers Most Wanted Awards3, with the Accord earning the top spot in the Midsize Car Segment.

Car and Driver 2019

The 2019 Honda Accord enters the new year by being named on Car and Driver’s 10Best Cars list for 20194. This marks the 33rd time the Accord has made the prestigious 10Best list.


What the Critics Say

The Accord isn’t just better than the Camry. This is a mass-market car selling at a keen price—and a better-driving one than many more expensive and pretentious performance cars. It’s the unquestioned victor here and everywhere else mid-size, mid-price vehicles may roam” — Car and Driver
The Honda Accord, however, just seems to be smarter, sharper, and more user-friendly, and as a whole, offers a more complete and cohesive package. Add in the fact that the style will age more gracefully, and it’s easily the best car in this segment.” — AutoGuide.com
Simply put, Toyota built a better Camry, but Honda built a better car.” — MotorTrend

Germain Honda of Dublin invites you to come experience the tremendous value, seductive style, and cutting-edge technology features found on the dynamic 2019 Honda Accord.



[1] MSRP includes destination charge of $920.00. Excludes tax, license, registration, and options. Dealer sets own prices.

[2] 30 city/38 highway/33 combined mpg rating for LX, EX and EX-L 1.5T trims. 29 city/35 highway/31 combined mpg rating for Sport 1.5T CVT trim. 26 city/35 highway/30 combined mpg rating for Sport 1.5T 6MT trim. 22 city/32 highway/26 combined mpg rating for Sport and Touring 2.0T trims. 23 city/34 highway/27 combined mpg rating for EX-L 2.0T trim. Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

[3] 2019 Edmunds Buyers Most Wanted Award – Midsize Car Segment. More information can be found at: edmunds.com

[4] Car & Driver Magazine – January 2019. More information about the Car & Driver “10Best” awards and the winning Honda vehicles can be found at: caranddriver.com