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Compare the New Toyota Camry

Compare the Toyota Camry in Winston Salem
vs Honda Accord & Nissan Altima


It's no wonder the new 2017 Toyota Camry is one of the top-selling sedans in America. Blending gorgeous styling inside and out with a couple excellent engine options, tons of Toyota technology and a standard suite of safety features, the Camry is the perfect everyday ride. It's spacious enough for comfortable family driving, but it's also efficient for your daily commuting. While the comparisons we're showing off below will convey why the Camry is the smart choice, a quick visit to our Winston Salem, NC Toyota dealer for a test drive may also help you arrive at that decision.

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With several editions of the new Camry, an optional V-6 engine upgrade and lots more features to add to the already well-equipped starting package found here at our Toyota dealership near Greensboro, High Point and Lexington, we'll have what you're looking for. Here, we're comparing the new Camry to the latest editions of the Honda Accord and Nissan Altima, two other popular midsized sedans. Most of the comparisons take the entry trim levels of each, but we'll note where higher editions and added options differentiate the three different sedans, all, of course, pointing to why the new Camry is the smart choice.




Toyota Camry vs. Honda Accord in Winston Salem


The new 2017 Honda Accord is probably the Camry's closest competitor, both in terms of pricing and popularity. While the comparisons below back up our preference for the Camry, it's understandable that midsized sedan shoppers would carefully consider the Accord as well. As with pretty much all new Toyota models, the Camry is now equipped standard with the base level Toyota Safety Sense suite, which offers automatic high beams, forward collision warning and more. Those kinds of systems would be extra costs for sedans like the Accord. There are obviously some other great advantages the Camry has over the Accord, as you can see below.

  • Satellite Radio is optional in the Camry giving you even more entertainment options for all your travels, short and long. This feature isn't offered on the Accord.
  • The available sunroof / moon roof for the starting level Camry is a nice option in the starting package. If you want to enjoy the stars at night or the bright blue sky during the day in your Accord, you'll need to bump up to a higher trim, and even at the middle edition levels in the Honda, it's only available as another added option, which only ticks the price tag upward.
  • An optional navigation system you can add to the Camry gives you easier directions as you make your way around. At the base level Accord, you won't have that option, making you rely on smartphone technology for directions, which can be less safe than using the Toyota navigation system.
  • Most people bring their smartphones everywhere, and the Camry, at higher trims, comes available with a wireless mobile device charging station, a feature not found in the Accord, or throughout the Honda lineup.
  • A multi-adjustable driver's seat is available as a standard feature on the Camry; however the Accord doesn't feature this option in the base trim.
  • A heated exterior mirror might not seem as important, but once you have total visibility in the Camry thanks to no precipitation clouding your view, you will appreciate it. The Accord does not offer this feature.
  • One-touch power front windows make it easier to have a burst of fresh air when you want it, but while the Camry has these available, the Accord doesn't have this feature listed.
  • If you intend to haul some long items, the Camry offers a rear split folding bench seat, while the Accord does not.

Toyota Camry vs. Nissan Altima in Winston Salem


Beyond the standard Toyota Safety Sense suite that provides a strong starting package of driver assistance features in the new Camry, there are several other advantages this Toyota sedan has over the new Nissan Altima. The cabin is a little more spacious in the Camry, maximizing passenger comfort for when you're taking the whole family out for a drive, while the storage compartments up front are better designed than Nissan's midsized sedan, maximizing your sense of convenience. See how else the new Camry proves its worth over the likes of the new Altima.




  • The Camry's Toyota Safety Sense suite offers features like a standard Pre-Collision system which works hand-in-hand with the Dynamic Cruise Control setting, keeping you and your passengers safe from the traffic ahead of you on the highway. Similar features are offered with the Altima, but you'll have to upgrade to a higher trim level for those.
  • Backup camera is standard in the 2017 Camry, but not in the Altima base trim.
  • Sound quality is important when you are trying to listen to directions or music, which is why the Camry offers six speakers while the Altima offers only four.
  • You can charge your smartphones and mobile devices up wire-free in the Camry when you select the trim level with the Qi charging station. This is a nice Toyota feature that hasn't yet made its way to other brands like Nissan.
  • Voice-activated controls help you keep your attention focused on the road and less on turning stations or making calls, which is why the Camry has it available as a standard feature. The Altima, however, doesn't have this option available in its base trim.
  • The multi-adjustable driver's seat is going to welcome you in for a truly comfortable ride, but while the Camry offers this as a standard feature, the Altima does not.
  • If you are one of many drivers who enjoys a rear spoiler, the Camry has one available as an option, but the Altima doesn't.
  • For interior volume, legroom, headroom, and hiproom, you will find more in the Camry than you will inside the Altima.