The 2014 Honda Accord Sedan vs. the 2013 Toyota Camry
The classic design of the Honda Accord has become almost synonymous with the image that comes to mind when drivers hear the word “car.” This is a well-earned honor for the Accord, thanks to more than forty years of performance, comfort, affordability, and, above all, dependability. Whether you have a lengthy commute or your office is just down the street, the Accord is an excellent option . Of course, there are plenty of strong competitors in today’s market, too, like the 2014 Toyota Camry.
What you’ll find, though, is that despite a similar starting price, the Accord outperforms the Camry, offering better fuel economy with its four-cylinder engine and providing quite a few more standard options. Here’s how these two four-door models compare.
Get More for Your Money with the 2014 Accord
While the Accord gets an EPA-estimated 27 mpg city/36 mpg highway for Sedan CVT models,* the Camry lags behind at 25 mpg city/35 mpg highway. The Accord LX also offers up to 181 lb-ft of torque, compared to the max of 170 lb-ft of the Camry L.
As for features, here are a few of the options that come standard on the Accord LX, all of which are either non-standard or unavailable to Camry L drivers.
- A rearview camera for easier backing
- Dual-zone, automatic climate control
- Tailgate power lock/unlock
- Floor mats
- A stereo anti-theft system
- Automatic/auto-off headlights
Explore the Accord at Silko Honda
A car like the Accord is best experienced in person. After all, feeling the plush interior and taking control of the tight handling for yourself is much more exciting than looking at pictures online.
We encourage drivers around Raynham and Easton to visit Silko Honda to test out the Accord. We’re located on New State Highway in Raynham, just east of the HoneyBaked Ham Company and a short drive from many communities around southeastern Massachusetts. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us!
*Based on 2014 EPA mileage estimates. Use for comparison purposes only. Do not compare to models before 2008. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.