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2017 Toyota Camry vs 2017 Honda Accord

When it comes to competition in the automotive world, there can be no greater rivals than Toyota and Honda. Both companies have Japanese roots, provide similar options to the market and are well-known for their reliability. In particular, shoppers are often debating between the 2017 Toyota Camry vs 2017 Honda Accord, as these midsize sedans are practical and attractive for everyday driving. So aside from picking whichever one most appeals to your eye, how do you choose between them?

At first glance, these two vehicle seem almost identical when it comes to specs. The 2017 Toyota Camry is slightly more fuel efficient, but it also is just a few hundred dollars more expensive than the 2017 Honda Accord, at least it appears to be until you dig a little deeper. Then there’s the powertrain options. Both come standard with 4-cylinder engines, but are available with a V6 or as a hybrid. When it comes right down to it, you have to dig fairly deep to find a reason to choose one over the other.

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2017 Toyota Camry vs 2017 Honda Accord
24 city/33 hwy MPG 23 city/32 hwy
2.5-liter; 178 hp, 170 lb-ft Base Engine Specs 2.4-liter; 185hp, 181 lb-ft
Available Qi Wireless Charging No
Six-Speed Automatic Standard Transmission Six-Speed Manual

Why you’ll love the 2017 Toyota Camry

If all things were similar, you would pick a vehicle based solely on its looks, but we found some reasons why you might find yourself picking the 2017 Toyota Camry. Remember how you thought it was the more expensive option? Well, it actually starts off just a tad cheaper than the 2017 Honda Accord if an automatic transmission is a must-have, which for many drivers it is. Honda actually starts you off with a manual transmission, which appears to reduce costs, but simply means an upgrade is necessary for shoppers.

Another thing to consider is technology. Both models have standard connectivity options like Bluetooth and MP3 playback, but Honda offers a small 160-watt 4-speaker system in all but its top three trims and lacks a touchscreen, while the 2017 Toyota Camry has the 6.1-inch touchscreen Entune audio system paired with a six-speaker setup.

At the end of the day, it’s the little things that make the difference. Reviews for the Toyota Camry tend to work in its favor thanks to its sturdy build and long history of inexpensive repairs over long-term ownership. Those who shop for midsize sedans are practical drivers, and the 2017 Toyota Camry is the top choice for savvy shoppers. Stop by Carver Toyota to see if it’s the right choice for you and take the model for a test drive.

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