2018 Accord Vs. Camry Comparison in Slidell, LA

Honda Accord


Toyota Camry

2018 Honda Accord versus 2018 Toyota Camry: Battle of the Midsized Car Kings

They are consistently ranked as the best-selling midsized cars in America and no one else even comes close. Yes, the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry have definitely built a legendary reputation for quality, reliability and dependability over the years. In a rare coincidence, both models have been completely redesigned for 2018. Each offers brand new style, features and technology for shoppers in the Slidell, Mandeville, and Covington, LA areas.

If you’re stuck wondering how these all-new models compare against each other, we’ve got good news. Honda of Slidell has put the 2018 Accord and the 2018 Camry under the microscope in order to highlight the differences between the two. This information will give you a virtual “buyer’s guide” to reference when you pick out your next midsized passenger sedan.


2018 Accord has a Better Residual Value (38%) than 2018 Camry (32%)

ALG Residual Value % after 60 Months

2018 Honda Accord versus 2018 Toyota Camry: Interior Comparison

If you’re looking for the more spacious vehicle, you’ll definitely want to go with the 2018 Accord. It beats the 2018 Camry in front row headroom and legroom, and also offers more second row legroom and hip room. Total passenger volume and cargo volume are also better with the Honda model.

As far as interior features are concerned, the 2018 Accord and 2018 Camry both come equipped with a tremendous amount of standard and available features. All the goodies you expect from a top-ranked midsized passenger sedan come standard on both models, and each offers upgrades to higher-end trim options.

With interior equipment being equal, the edge in this category goes to the Honda Accord due to the space factor.


2018 Accord has 105.6 cu. ft. of Passenger Volume vs. 2018 Camry’s 100.4 cu. ft.

Honda Accord

Toyota Camry

2018 Honda Accord versus 2018 Toyota Camry: Exterior Comparison

Both the 2018 Accord and 2018 Camry benefitted from extensive styling redesigns by the factory. They sit lower to the ground and exude a more aggressive and sporty vibe than any past generation in history. The 2018 Camry still maintains more of a classic sedan look while the Accord incorporates coupe-like styling elements via its raked roof. Each vehicle is within an inch of the other in length and width, although the 2018 Accord weighs approximately 100 pounds less than the Camry.

Styling is a subjective area, so with no significant differences in measurements, this category is a tie.


2018 Accord named “Overall Best Buy of the Year” by KBB.com

Honda Accord

Toyota Camry

2018 Honda Accord versus 2018 Toyota Camry: Technology Comparison

The 2018 Accord and 2018 Camry both perform well in the technology category. Each comes standard with seven-inch infotainment screen, Bluetooth* technology and a host of other options. Each model also comes standard with a suite of driver assistance technology in the form of Toyota’s Safety Sense P and Honda’s Sensing Safety package.

So, you’re probably wondering what exactly the difference between the Accord and Camry is when it comes to technology. There’s actually two differences: Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

These two functions allow you to synch up your Iphone or Android Phone to the vehicle’s display screen and utilize your favorite apps with the touch of a button. Sounds great doesn’t it? It is and the 2018 Accord has it, but the 2018 Camry doesn’t. Toyota has inexplicably been unable to provide these two very popular features on any of their vehicles and currently has no plans to do so. Score a win in this category for the 2018 Accord.


The 2018 Accord comes with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto functionality.

The 2018 Camry offers neither function on any trim level

2018 Honda Accord versus 2018 Toyota Camry: Performance Comparison

The 2018 Honda Accord comes standard with a 192 horsepower producing turbocharged 4-cylinder engine under the hood. Toyota counters with a 2.5-liter four cylinder option that delivers 203 horsepower. The 2018 Accord edges out the Camry in city MPG while Camry bests the Accord in highway MPG. Given the small advantage the Camry holds over the Accord in horsepower and the near equality in fuel efficiency, a winner is impossible to call in this category.


The 2018 Accord comes with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto functionality.

Honda chose the name “Accord” to reflect the “desire for accord and harmony between people, society and the automobile.”

2018 Honda Accord versus 2018 Toyota Camry: Who Comes out on Top?

Each category in this comparison was a close contest. That shouldn’t be a surprise given the popularity of both the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. They deliver everything that midsized car shoppers could ever want and now offer a bold, new style to go along with the unbeatable value. In the end, however, we feel like the 2018 Accord edges out the 2018 Camry as the better overall value. Accord offers a bit more room inside the cabin for all occupants and edges out the 2018 Camry in the technology department with the availability of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

2018 Honda Accord for Sale in Slidell, LA

If you’d like to experience the 2018 Honda Accord for yourself, now is the perfect time to visit our Slidell, LA Honda dealership for a test drive. Honda of Slidell can get you into a 2018 Accord at a great low price or monthly payment, and you’ll love the way you are treated the moment you walk through our dealership doors at 510 E Howze Beach Rd Slidell, LA 70461.

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