2016 Toyota Camry Vs 2016 Honda Accord

2016 Toyota Camry vs
2016 Honda Accord
The Toyota Camry has dominated the mid-size sedan market for decades and has been America's Best Selling Passenger Car for just as long. We will highlight just a few reasons why the Toyota Camry has topped the Honda Accord year after year.
Handling and Interior Comfort
As befitting sednas that have been competing with each other for decades, 2016 Camry and 2016 Accord are fairly evenly matched when in several areas, including on the performance front. However, in terms of handling, the Camry certainly surpasses the Accord. With re-calibrated spring, shocks and sway bars, and optimized Electric Power Steering (EPS), Camry's taut suspension delivers precision performance, a smooth ride and excellent handling. The Camry also features a wider track that helps enhance agility and high-speed control. The 2016 Camry also offers significantly more space for rear passengers than its rival from Honda, including more rear leg room, head room and shoulder room. So no matter if you have a growing family, or you want all of your adult passengers to ride in comfort, choose Camry over Accord.
Standard Features For Days and No Cost Maintenance Plan
When comparing the list of standard convenience features, these rivals aren't all that close. Voice activated controls, 6-speaker audio system, driver multi-adjustable power seat, heated exterior mirror, one-touch passenger power window, and a rear split folding bench seat, are all features that are standard on the 2016 Toyota Camry - but not on the 2016 Accord. While you could upgrade the Accord to get all or most of those features, it would cost you thousands more than if you had opted for America's best-selling mid-size sedan, the Toyota Camry. Another advantage of the 2016 Camry is its' outstanding no cost maintenance plan, which is good for 2 years of 25,000 miles, whichever comes first. Additionally, 24-hour roadside assistance is included for 2 years, regardless of mileage.
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