See Why the New 2017 Honda Accord Bests the Toyota Camry for a Midsized Sedan in the Atlanta Area
When it comes to finding the perfect new car, you'll find that your research and the many recommendations out there will lead you to our Duluth, GA Honda dealership serving Atlanta, Alpharetta and Buford, where practically any kind of sedan or crossover will be your best bet over anybody else's. That's certainly the case for the new 2017 Honda Accord, a midsized sedan that will easily handle your commutes, as well as all kinds of family driving.
Now we're well-aware that there are other highly popular midsized sedans out there, including the well-lauded new 2017 Toyota Camry. To give you a leg up on researching your best options, we're showing how the new 2017 Accord compares to this latest edition of the Camry. For most of the details we're comparing, we're using the base level LX version of the 2017 Accord, and the starting LE package for the Camry. Keep in mind that as you upgrade trim levels and add more features, your pricing will be subsequently affected. Take a look through these quick comparison points, then visit us in the Atlanta area so we can go over your new Honda leasing or financing options.
2017 Honda Accord vs. 2017 Toyota Camry Comparison Near Atlanta
- The 2017 Accord is rated by industry sources as retaining its value better than the Camry over both 36- and 60-month periods, making the Honda sedan a smarter investment for both the immediate future, and for further down the road.
- Since we know every driver has their own unique sense of style, the 2017 Accord offers more options, thanks to the available two-door coupe version, compared to the Camry that's solely a sedan.
- While earning a touch better fuel efficiency, the 2017 Accord outperforms the Camry, giving you a better option for enjoying your daily commutes.
- Both the passenger space and the trunk in the 2017 Accord are larger than what's offered in the Camry.
- The 2017 Accord earned a five-star rating for the overall frontal crash test, compared to only a four-star rating for the Camry.