Toyota

3178 Peters Creek Parkway
Directions Winston Salem, NC 27127

  • Sales: (866) 963-1265
  • Service: (877) 883-6324

Serving Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point, Kernersville, Clemmons and Lexington, NC

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Compare the New Toyota Camry

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


There are many reasons why the 2017 Toyota Camry is a great fit for drivers in the greater Winston Salem, Greensboro, High Point, and Raleigh area, but how does it compare to the Honda Accord and Nissan Altima? Here are a few key points to consider before your test drive.

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Toyota Camry vs. Honda Accord in Winston Salem


  • Satellite Radio is optional in the Camry, but isn't offered as an option on the Accord.
  • For the power sunroof or moonroof option, you won't get it in the Accord, but the Camry lets you have it if you want to enjoy the stars.     
  • 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 unfortunately.
  • One-touch power front windows makes it easier to have a burst of fresh air when you want it, but while the Camry has it 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, but not the Accord.

Toyota Camry vs. Nissan Altima in Winston Salem


  • 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 four.
  • 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 of it in the Camry than you will inside the Altima.