2018 Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry: If Space Matters to You
January 17 2018, Okotoks Honda
There are several mid-size sedan models that have been completely redesigned this year, but the two most recent vehicles are the 2018 Honda Accord and the 2018 Toyota Camry.
Already popular with consumers looking for a spacious and fuel-efficient vehicle that emphasizes comfort and performance, the Accord and Camry also offer the latest connectivity and safety technologies as well. The question now is which of these two modern sedans is best suited to your needs.
2018 Honda Accord Steps Ahead of the Toyota Camry in Terms of Space
Ultimately, it's a question of needs. If space is a priority, the 2018 Honda Accord has the advantage. The same can be said when it comes to driving dynamics. If you're looking for a vehicle that puts the emphasis on comfort, the 2018 Honda Accord will meet all your expectations.
With 473 litres available in the trunk, the 2018 Honda Accord is one of the most spacious mid-sized sedans in its segment. Even the Camry, which is also quite spacious, cannot compete with the Accord. The Toyota offers just 400 litres in the trunk.
It's not just in the trunk that the Honda Accord stands out. Honda’s mid-size sedan also offers a large interior with impressive clearance for the occupants' legs, head, and elbows. There's no doubt that if interior space and versatility are your priorities, the 2018 Honda Accord will exceed your expectations.
Comfort is the Hallmark of the New 2018 Honda Accord
If there's one thing that makes the new 2018 Honda Accord stand out from the competition, it's the ride comfort. But that's not all, as the quietness found in this new generation of Accord is equally impressive.
We are therefore entitled to a car that is not only sublime when it comes to comfort in the city and on the highway, but one that’s also incredibly spacious. The Camry is impressive on the road, but Toyota has repeatedly said the new Camry is putting a lot more emphasis on performance with this new generation. This means a more firm suspension that can sometimes be harsher on a road in poor condition.
So, if comfort and versatility are at the top of your priority list, take a look at the all-new 2018 Honda Accord today!
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