2017 Toyota Camry vs. 2017 Honda Accord: Head to Head

Toyota Camry, Honda Accord
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Camry vs. Accord: Which Is the Better Midsize Sedan?

You can’t go anywhere on the American road without encountering a Toyota Camry or a Honda Accord. Most likely both, and several times. These are some of the best-selling vehicles in automotive history, with lineages that go back decades, and generations of loyal customers.

Both the Accord and Camry have the same ambition: sensible, versatile commuting. Both are five-passenger, front-wheel drive sedans with efficient four-cylinder engines. Both offer optional hybrid and V6 powertrains, and the latter makes both unique. While most manufacturers in the midsize class have abandoned the V6, both the Accord and Camry are available with V6 engines that make for a significant upgrade of about 90 horsepower over the base models.

Both the Camry and Accord rank highly and have very similar scores, so the choice will inevitably come down to personal priorities. Click through to find out how these two titans compare.