The Accord from Honda and Camry from Toyota are two of the most recognizable names when it comes to midsize sedans in North America, and we’re going to compare the 2023 Honda Accord vs 2023 Toyota Camry and see how the latest editions of these popular vehicles measure up. This is an exciting year for the 2023 Honda Accord available at Lumberton Honda as the model has been completely redesigned and kick off the 11th generation, and it’s available in six trim levels, which are the LX, EX, Sport Hybrid, EX-L Hybrid, Sport-L Hybrid and Touring Hybrid. The 2023 Toyota Camry continues the eight Camry generation introduced for 2018 and is available is available in nine trims altogether. Those are the LE, SE, LE Hybrid, SE Hybrid, XLE, XSE, TRD, XLE Hybrid and XSE Hybrid.
Exterior - 2023 Honda Accord
Both the 2023 Honda Accord and 2023 Toyota Camry are four-door midsize sedans that are very similar in overall size. The Accord has a 5.3-inch ground clearance, a 111.4-inch wheelbase and a 195.7-inch length, which puts it at about 16.3 feet. The Camry, on the other hand, has a 5.7-inch ground clearance, a 111.2-inch wheelbase and a 192.1-inch length. LED headlamps and a 17-inch aluminum wheels are standard in both cases. Honda offers 19-inch wheels as an option. Toyota offers 18- and 19-inch wheels. The Accord Sport models have a sportier appearance package. Honda offers a similar option with its SE and TRD models and also offers the Nightshade, which is a blacked-out appearance package.
The 2023 Honda Accord and 2023 Toyota Camry are both five-passenger sedans. Headroom is comparable between the models in both rows. Both offer more than 42 inches of front legroom, but the Honda offers almost 3 inches more rear legroom than the Toyota at about 41 inches. This is the difference between adult passengers being comfortable and a bit cramped. The Accord also provides best-in-class trunk space and almost 3 cubic feet more than the Camry. Standard features are comparable. Both automakers offer upscale cabin enhancements like leather seating, but if you’re seeking a luxury sedan experience, Toyota doesn’t offer anything comparable to the Accord Touring.
Honda Accord Mechanical specs
The new Accord available at Lumberton Honda is designed exclusively as a front-wheel drive sedan. For the base powertrain, Honda opts for a CVT paired with a fuel-efficient and turbocharged four-cylinder engine. With the upper trim levels, you’re upgraded to a hybrid powertrain that provides a sport sedan experience while still delivering excellent fuel performance. The Camry is a FWD sedan as well, but AWD drive is available with its four-cylinder, which Toyota pairs with an eight-speed automatic transmission. A sportier experience is available via a V6 engine, but the V6 is exclusive to the TRD trim.
Technology - 2023 Honda Accord dealer
In comparing the 2023 Honda Accord vs 2023 Toyota Camry, you’ll find the most of the base infotainment and driver-assistance technologies are comparable. Both of these automakers were at the forefront of offering robust tech packages with their base trims. That remains to be the case today. Honda offers front and rear parking sensors, which Toyota does not. Toyota also locks its blind-spot monitor behind a higher trim, but it does offer full-speed adaptive cruise control, which is not an upgrade that Honda offers for its adaptive cruise control system.
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The team at Lumberton Honda encourages you to call or email us if you have any questions that we didn’t answer in our breakdown of the 2023 Honda Accord vs 2023 Toyota Camry. We can also discuss brand incentives, explore financing provide, custom quotes and much more. You can shop with us online where we’re available to assist you through live chat, and if you want to test-drive the Accord, simply visit our Honda dealership at your convenience. You never need an appointment.