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Two of the most popular midsize cars on the market, the 2018 Honda Accord and Toyota Camry look similar, feel similar, and act similar, so what one pulls ahead as the winner? That depends mostly on where you’ll mostly be driving your car. It’s clear that these two sedans are worthy competitors, but they each have a few features that outrank the other. For the Honda Accord, it’s the interior and overall driving experience. The Accord’s lighter weight and turbocharged engine give it a smoother, easier drive than the Camry. Coupled with a spacious, sleek, technology-filled interior, the Accord is a joy to drive. For highway drivers, though, the Camry might be a better option. The 2018 Camry includes an array of standard safety features lacking in the base Accord, like forward collision alerts, adaptive cruise control, and lane keeping assistance, which are crucial to highway driving. Add to that a slightly better fuel mileage rating at 39 miles per gallon on the highway, and it’s like the Camry was made for long distances. If customization is the key deciding factor for you, the Camry offers a little more. While both cars have five trim levels, Toyota offers additional packages and standalone options for owners to make their car their own.
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2018 Honda Accord vs 2018 Toyota Camry


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