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The 2018 Honda Accord and 2018 Toyota Camry are two top contenders in their classes of midsize cars, while the 2018 Honda Civic is a compact, sportier version of the Accord that doesn’t lack in features, style, and energy. How do they compare? The Accord and Camry are so similar in style and performance that it could be tough for drivers to choose one. If cargo space is a priority for you, you’ll likely be pleased with the Accord’s roomy trunk, although it and the Camry both have split-folding rear seats for more cargo space. The Camry’s interior edges out the Accord’s, though, with plenty of soft-touch materials instead of the plastics that many cars in this class are used to receiving. The Camry’s interior is also loaded with technology in a driver-focused dashboard, from the infotainment touchscreen to its voice-recognition system, both of which you can’t find in the Accord. As for the Civic, drivers will get a more affordable, but smaller, car that still has a surprisingly roomy interior. The Civic’s trunk space is comparable to the Camry but without the additional perk of folding rear seats. Safety for the Civic, however, is on par with the Accord and Camry with its traction and stability control systems, front and side airbags, and brake assist.
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2018 Honda Accord Sedan vs 2018 Toyota Camry vs Honda Civic Sedan

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