Here it is. The grudge match. Two of the best sedans currently on the market, put head-to-head. Both are fantastic options worthy of your consideration. We did a bunch of research, and we’ve come up with a couple points that we think make the 2020 Toyota Camry worth of your time and money.
Without further ado, the 2020 Toyota Camry SE vs the 2020 Honda Accord EX.
2020 Toyota Camry SE
2020 Honda Accord EX
|2.5L-inline 4-cyl||Engine||1.5L turbocharged 4-cyl|
|203 hp / 184 ft-lbs||Horsepower / Torque||192 hp / 192 ft-lbs|
|FWD or AWD||Drivetrain||FWD|
|8-speed shiftable automatic||Transmission||CVT|
|28 / 39 / 32 mpg||Fuel Economy||30 / 38 / 33 mpg|
ToyotaCare® comes with every new Toyota. It includes the No Cost Maintenance Plan and 24-hour roadside assistance. The No Cost Maintenance Plan covers all factory-scheduled maintenance for 2 years or 25,000 miles. That means you don’t pay for maintenance reminders, oil and filter changes, tire rotations, multi-point inspections, fluid adjustments, or part replacement. The roadside assistance is available all day, every day, and covers things like battery jumping, lockouts, emergency fuel delivery, tire servicing, towing, and winching. Roadside assist is available for 2 years. Yeah, you read that right. There’s no mileage stipulation. Two years, no matter how much you drive.
We’ll give credit where its due. The 2020 Honda Accord is a well-performing sedan. But what happens if you live in an area where poor conditions are common (like northern Illinois, for instance)? What happens if you need your sedan to do a little bit of towing, like pulling a small trailer or a recreational vehicle? The 2020 Camry has available all-wheel drive, unlike the 2020 Accord, which is perfect for snowy and muddy conditions. The Camry also has an available V6 upgrade that outperforms the available 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder upgrade for the Accord.
Not convinced yet? Why not contact us and schedule a test drive? Come experience the 2020 Toyota Camry for yourself.