2020 Honda Accord vs 2020 Toyota Camry
If you drive in a busy city with heavy traffic or you enjoy some daily exhilaration, you most likely are looking to drive a sedan. These vehicles are known for providing reliable performance and are easy to maneuver through busy streets. One popular choice is the 2020 Honda Accord. This mid-size sedan boasts impressive performance and innovative technology. Another popular choice is the 2020 Toyota Camry. This mid-size sedan also comes with remarkable performance and innovative technology.
To see how these two popular sedan models compare, keep reading our 2020 Honda Accord vs 2020 Toyota Camry comparison. Our comparison will focus on their starting MSRP, engine performance, and cargo space.
2020 Honda Accord
2020 Toyota Camry
|192 hp||Horsepower||203 hp|
|192 lb-ft||Torque||184 lb-ft|
|16.7 cubic feet||Cargo Space||14.1 cubic feet|
Comparing the 2020 Honda Accord and the 2020 Toyota Camry
In almost every category in our comparison, the 2020 Honda Accord comes out on top. The Honda Accord has a lower starting MSRP by $1,000. Moving on to the engine performance, it’s split between the two models. While the engine in the Toyota Camry has more horsepower, the engine is the Honda Accord has more torque. Finally, we have cargo space. Although many people don’t a sedan for its cargo space, the Honda Accord continues to impress with 16.7 cubic feet of space.
Besides its affordable price, impressive engine performance, and spacious cargo area, the 2020 Honda Accord also has several safety features to keep you and your passengers safe. All six Honda Accord models come with Honda Sensing® technology. This safety suite comes with features like Collision Mitigation Braking System™, Road Departure Mitigation System, and Lane Keeping Assist System.
If you’re interested in the 2020 Honda Accord, come on down to Heritage Honda in Rome, GA to check out our inventory. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $955.00 destination charge and options. Dealers set own prices.