After comparing the 2020 Toyota Camry vs. 2020 Nissan Altima to find out which vehicle is best in safety, performance, and interior, it’s clear that these two vehicles offer stiff competition.
The head-to-head comparison allowed for a closer look into the pros and cons of each vehicle. Ultimately though, the advantages of the Camry outweigh those of the Altima.
With more horsepower, better gas mileage, and more advanced safety features than the Altima, the 2020 Camry is a great option for your next sedan. Enjoy 203 HP, an EPA-estimated MPG of 29/41/34 (city/highway/combined) in the Camry L trim, and the standard Toyota Safety Sense® P (TSS-P) features.
The 188 HP of the Altima S and 28/39/32 EPA-estimated MPG fall well below that of the Camry. Not to mention, the Altima doesn’t offer a hybrid model. Although Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert come standard on the Altima SR, the Toyota Camry has a Top Safety Pick+ IIHS rating with Adaptive LED Headlight. It also comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense® P (TSS-P) and ToyotaCare a factory-scheduled maintenance plan.
The two vehicles in this comparison have just a few hundred dollars difference in cost. The Camry L has a starting MSRP of $24,425 vs. the Altima S starting MSRP of $24,100. However, when it comes to connected service options available for the Camry L (starting MSRP of $24,425), drivers get comparable connectivity at a lower cost. For NissanConnect®, you’ll need to upgrade to the Altima SL (starting MSRP of $30,240).