Compare 2017 Honda Accord vs 2017 Toyota Camry | Tewksbury, MA

2017 Honda Accord vs 2017 Toyota Camry

2017 Honda Accord 2017 Toyota Camry
FRONT LEG ROOM
  42.5 in 41.6 in
HORSEPOWER
  185 hp 178 hp
TORQUE
  181 ft-lbs 170 ft-lbs

2017 Honda Accord vs 2017 Toyota Camry

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The 2017 Honda Accord is a mid-size sedan and the 2017 Toyota Camry is based on a mid-size platform. Featuring the signature i-VTEC technology, the Accord’s engines deliver more power than the Camry’s engines. Offering the Collision Mitigation Braking System and other accident-avoidance features that are part of the Honda Sensing technology, the Accord also has superior safety technology.

Performance

The 2017 Honda Accord’s 2.4 L i-VTEC engine is capable of producing just under 190 horsepower and slightly more than 180 pound-feet of torque. Also running on the i-VTEC technology, the 3.5 L V6 engine whips out a maximum of 278 hp and 252 lb-ft of torque. In the Toyota Camry, the V6 engine engine peaks out at just under 270 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque. This model also offers a four-cylinder engine that yields only 178 hp and 170 lb-ft of torque. Standard in the Accord, the Variable Cylinder Management saves precious fuel in heavy traffic. Knocks, clicks and shocks under the hood are silenced by the Active Noise Cancellation technology. Handling this Honda is easy when you have a continuously variable transmission (CVT) with the Sport Mode. A six-speed automatic transmission and six-speed manual transmission system are also available in the Accord. Although it’s quite dynamic, the ECVT is only available in the hybrid Camry models. The other editions are equipped with a six-speed automatic transmission that’s managed electronically.

Active Safety

Almost every 2017 Honda Accord is compatible with the patented Honda Sensing technology, which includes an automatic braking function that prevents front crashes. Capable of maintaining a fixed following distance to another car, the Adaptive Cruise Control lowers the risk of a high-speed collision. Small external cameras also ensure that the Accord’s wheels don’t cross over the markings of a single lane. When you decide to suddenly switch lanes, make sure to follow any cues from the Lane Keeping Assist System and Honda LaneWatch. Although they’re quite sophisticated, the Pre-Collision System and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control are available in only a few of the Toyota Camry models. Nevertheless, both sedans have headlights with an automatic function for activating the high beams.

Technology

An 8.0-inch WVGA display is installed in the 2017 Honda Accord. You can conveniently browse a satellite-linked navigation system that includes the Honda HD Digital Traffic service. You may also access Google Maps on Android Auto or Apple Maps on Apple CarPlay. HD Radio, SiriusXM Satellite Radio and Pandora Internet Radio are accessible in the Accord. In the Toyota Camry, the Entune multimedia system is available with a 7.0-inch screen and GPS navigation. Optional in most trims, the Entune App Suite includes many popular applications for entertainment and guidance. For example, this virtual portal offers seamless access to Facebook and other social media portals. Both sedans also support wireless Bluetooth technology that’s compatible with nearly all mobile phones. Additionally, the HondaLink suite facilitates syncing of smartphones with the infotainment platform.


We have a large inventory of 2017 Honda Accord models, including the LX, Sport and EX-L V6. When you visit our dealership, you’ll realize what makes this mid-size Honda sedan better than the 2017 Toyota Camry.