2016 Honda Accord vs. 2016 Toyota Camry

Family sedans like Toyota's Camry and Honda’s Accord are doing extremely well in the market. They are easy to drive and lots of fun too – the entire package is stylish and highly efficient at the same time. Unlike other cars that make tall claims, these vehicles actually deliver what is being promised to customers.

Excellent Seating

Seating is equally comfortably in both models – they have an 8-way adjustable driver's seat. But the Camry scores in this category due to its standard SofTex-trimmed fabric front seats, which look amazing and add premium comfort. There is also a convenience package that includes a smart key system with a push button start and power tilt/slide moon roof. Both cars have tastefully decorated interiors with modern upholstery.

Sophisticated

Although many have lauded the Accord, it is the Camry that comes out the clear winner.  It has a dual-link independent MacPherson strut rear suspension with sport-tuned shock absorbers and stabilizer bar, which makes the car much safer and more enjoyable while driving. It has standard paddle shifters to help give you more control over every drive. Accord includes paddle shifter but it is only as a higher-cost option. Both cars have LED lighting, but Camry comes with a standard sport mesh front grille.

Advanced Technology

Technology is of paramount importance in today’s market. Both cars feature power outside mirrors, but only Camry's come heated, helping you keep an eye on things regardless of the weather.  The Camry has a Siri Eyes Free technology so you can access your compatible iPhone via the voice feature.  You can also opt for Entune Premium Audio with integrated navigation and app suite featuring a high resolution, touchscreen color display. The Accord does well with its Sport's i-MID system does fine.

Safety

Both vehicles offer brilliant features like stability control, traction control, anti-lock brakes, etc. The Camry has Whiplash-Injury-Lessening front seats with 10 airbags including driver and front passenger knee airbags and a front passenger seat-cushion airbag, while the Accord has 6 airbags. Camry and Accord offer a 5-year/60,000-mile limited powertrain warranty but if you buy the former, you get a no cost, 2-year or 25,000-mile factory scheduled maintenance plan with roadside assistance.

The Toyota Camry clearly has an edge over the Honda Accord in terms of technology and features, despite the two vehicles being similar in many ways. No wonder customers are responding positively to the 2016 model – you can read up reviews and testimonials for further information.

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