Vehicle Comparison

See how Toyota vehicles compare against the competition. Start by choosing your Toyota vehicle and a competitor to learn more on how they stack up.

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Overview

The all-new 2018 Toyota Camry is a joyride for the senses. The redesigned exterior is enhanced by a sleek, flowing shape. It’s an evocative look that’s less subtle and more seductive. XSE and SE models push the limits of the new, wider stance with unique catamaran-inspired accents and a black sport mesh grille that demand to be seen. Sporty yet elegant front and rear bumpers set your heart racing, while standard Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P)1helps provide peace of mind. Camry has undergone a total transformation, from a proven sedan to one that pushes the limits. Now you can go more places in complete confidence — and always arrive fashionably great.

See how the 2018 Toyota Camry compares against the Honda Accord Sport 2.0T. For drivers interested in performance, Camry XSE V6 has 6 cylinders while Accord Sport 2.0T 10AT has only 4 Cylinders, and Camry’s horsepower is 301 while the Accord is only 252. For music and audio features, a CD Player, MP3 player and an auxiliary input jack are all standard on the Camry XSE V6. None of these are even available on the Accord. Features like voice activated controls and a passenger multi-adjustable power seat are also standard on the Camry while not available on the Accord. For road trips, the cruising range of the Camry XSE V6 is 416 while only 390 on the Accord Sport. Parking distance sensors are also standard on the Camry. You’ll pay extra for those on the Accord.