2020 Toyota Camry vs. 2020 Honda Accord: Head to Head

2020 Toyota Camry, 2020 Honda Accord
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Camry vs. Accord: The Leading Midsize Sedans Battle it Out

It’s tough to be a sedan these days, with cute crossovers stealing most of the glory and showroom space. Automakers are increasingly abandoning their four-door car offerings from the small entry-level models to the executive-size showboats, favoring the trendy over the traditional. 

However, Toyota and Honda staked out this space a long time ago and they show no signs of leaving. The Camry and Accord were both last fully redesigned in 2018 and have had just minor updates in the last couple of years, and though both traditionally land near the top of our rankings, their positions have shifted somewhat in response to various factors. Truth be told, you can’t really go wrong with either one of these midsize sedans, but that doesn’t mean they’re equally right for you or your household. Even if you’re among the scores of consumers who think of basic commuter transportation as “appliances,” it’s hard to maintain such a casual attitude when you’re signing the papers on a five-figure purpose. The following slides will help you determine if the Toyota Camry or Honda Accord is the better choice. We used U.S. News scoring data to determine which model is better in the categories that are most important to shoppers who are buying a midsize sedan. 

(Keep in mind that U.S. News scores are updated constantly as new expert reviews and data become available. Therefore, the scores mentioned in this comparison may not match the scores in our new car reviews.)

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