Toyota Camry Comparison


The most popular and the best choice are not always the same thing -- but they are when you're talking about the Toyota Camry. The Camry has long been the best-selling car in nation, and it's easy to see why when you pit it against its top midsize-sedan rivals for comprehensive vehicle comparison. See how the Toyota Camry stacks up against the Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, and Nissan Altima below. 

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 Honda Accord
 Ford Fusion
 Nissan Altima

See how the Camry overshadows its competitors -- the Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, and Nissan Altima -- point by point:

Toyota Camry vs. Honda Accord

  • Connectivity
    A standard Toyota Entune® touchscreen with Siri Eyes Free gives the Camry a ton of value, and it overshadows the Accord's mere display screen without touch-response functionality. It's also worth noting that the Accord doesn't offer a CD player at all anymore (the Camry does, along with an auxiliary audio jack and USB port).

  • Cargo
    Cargo versatility comes standard on the Camry with a 60/40 split-folding rear seatback design. The Accord offers on a one-piece folding bench on the base model.

  • Technology
    Available hands-free trunk opening, optional Qi wireless smartphone charging, a standard power driver seat -- the Camry is downright classy with its upscale, high-tech features. The Accord can't say the same, as it can't match any of these selling points.

  • Handling
    For better handling, Camry drivers can opt for the sport-tuned suspension of the SE and XSE models. The Accord Sport merely looks sportier that its lineup mates, donning mere cosmetic upgrades like a trunk lid spoiler and dual exhaust tips.

Toyota Camry vs. Ford Fusion

  • Interior Space
    More rear headroom, legroom, hip room -- the list goes on. The Camry is simply a more spacious vehicle than the Fusion

  • Fuel Economy
    The Camry powers ahead of the Fusion right out of the gate with a base model that earns better fuel economy

  • Features & Accessories
    Conveniences abound inside the well-equipped Camry, and this family car outdoes the Fusion with fancy features such as standard power driver seat, heated mirrors, and an outside temperature gauge (none of which the Fusion offers as standard accouterments).

  • Technology
    You guessed it -- that hands-free truck and wireless smartphone charging aren't offered on the Fusion either. The Camry wins again!

Toyota Camry vs. Nissan Altima

  • Technology
    The Altima looks barebones compared to the generously equipped Camry. There isn't a dashboard display or touchscreen in sight on the base Altima, meaning there's no rearview camera either. The Camry, however, comes standard with Toyota Entune® touchscreen infotainment, voice commands, and a backup camera.

  • Dynamic Cruise Control
    You may think of cruise control as a given, but the Altima actually doesn't offer it on its base model. The Camry, of course, not only comes equipped with the conventional system but also offers Toyota's version of adaptive cruise control, known as Dynamic Radar Cruise Control.

  • Connectivity
    Even when you look at the big picture -- the entire menu of available amenities -- the Camry still wins out over the Altima with its wireless smartphone charging, hands-free trunk, and much more.

  • Interior Space
    More rear shoulder room, hip room, headroom, legroom -- the Camry's backseat is just a more enjoyable place to be over the Altima's cramped quarters.

  • Safety
    High-tech safety is Toyota's strong point and it shows in the latest Camry which comes equipped with such driver assist features as forward collision mitigation, blind-spot warning, and lane departure alert -- the latter of which the Altima doesn't offer.

We invite you to explore our New Toyota Inventory at Price Toyota to find your ideal Camry for sale in New Castle, DE, just a short drive for New Castle, Wilmington, Newark and Middletown area drivers. You can also zip over to our facility for a rundown of your Toyota Financing options, like a low-cost Toyota Camry lease. Make it a one-stop shop with a test drive, too!


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