Compare the New Toyota Camry

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


If it's a midsized sedan you're looking for, you've come to the right place at our Winston Salem, NC Toyota dealership, where we have the cream of the crop in that segment. Of course we're talking about the new 2018 Toyota Camry, a fully redesigned take on the longtime popular sedan that's simply the best choice for that kind of car. With ample space for comfortable seating and useful cargo storage, a blend between capability and sensible fuel efficiency, and with all kinds of safety and tech features, the new 2018 Camry clearly beats out other popular midsized sedans for the complete package.

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There are several editions available for the new 2018 Camry here at our Toyota dealer near Greensboro, High Point and Lexington, with the starting package being generously equipped, especially in the safety systems it offers. That's one of the many areas the new 2018 Toyota Camry compares favorably to other popular midsized sedans, in this case, the 2017 Nissan Altima and 2017 Honda Accord, and you'll see below what makes our midsized sedan the best choice. Explore the advantages of the new 2018 Camry in terms of fuel-efficiency, engine options, safety, technology and comfort, then make your way over to our Winston Salem Toyota dealership today.




Toyota Camry vs. Honda Accord in Winston Salem


If any other sedan can expect to compare closely to the new 2018 Toyota Camry, it's the 2017 Honda Accord, but you'll still find our preferred option comes out on top. Once again, it's the strong set of standard safety features that separates the Camry from the competition, but there are plenty of other qualities as well. Stronger and more efficient engine options make the Camry a better choice for everyday driving, and high-end technology features found in the Toyota sedan offer you more ways to keep connected while you're on the go. Check out what makes the new 2018 Camry the better option than the Accord, then visit our Winston Salem Toyota dealership today to try it for yourself.

  • Starting off with the actual drivability, the new Camry's starting four-cylinder engine is both more powerful and more efficient than the Accord's four-cylinder setup. Similarly, the Camry's V-6 option, which is offered in two higher trims, compared to the one highest trim in the Accord that has a V-6, is both more powerful and more efficient.
  • Once again, the standard Toyota Safety Sense P (TSS-P) safety suite offers a far more comprehensive set of safety equipment than what the Accord provides. The TSS-P suite includes pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, full-speed range dynamic radar cruise control, lane departure alert with steering assist and automatic high beams, and you can add a blind spot monitor and rear cross traffic alert at higher trims of the Camry.
  • When comparing top trim levels, the Camry comes with features like a navigation system and voice activated controls, both of which aren't offered at the top levels of the Accord.
  • While we prefer to compare the Camry to the Accord in terms of technical specs and feature offerings, it's worth looking at how these cars rank in industry circles. The J.D. Power & Associates car rankings offer some of the most reliable ratings, and no surprise, they prefer the new 2018 Camry in terms of reliability and overall value.

Toyota Camry vs. Nissan Altima in Winston Salem


Before its mid-year cycle refreshment, one could make an argument that the stripped-down base level of the Altima is a better value than the Camry, based mostly on the relative affordability of the Nissan sedan. That entry level Altima has been replaced with the next highest trim, making it basically the same starting price as the starting package of the Camry, which, of course, is still better equipped. You'll also find the two engine options, five trim levels and other feature availabilities in the Camry are better and more cost effective than what the Altima offers. Take a look through this comparison, then visit today to test drive the new 2018 Toyota Camry.




  • The standard Toyota Safety Sense P (TSS-P) suite in the Camry offers more for driver assistance than the starting package of the Altima. Safety features in that suite include a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, full-speed range dynamic radar cruise control, lane departure alert with steering assist and automatic high beams. You'll be able to add more safety features in higher trims, such as blind spot monitor and rear cross traffic alert.
  • The infotainment system in the Camry offers available WiFi connectivity, which amplifies all kinds of smartphone integration and other features you need to be connected to use, a quality that isn't offered with the Altima.
  • And since it's vital to bring your mobile devices on the go, the available Qi charging station in the new Camry is a great option, as it allows you to charge up any kind of smartphone. This kind of feature isn't found with the Altima.
  • The starting four-cylinder engine option in the Camry is both more powerful and slightly more efficient than what the Altima offers. That's a great combination for your everyday travels around greater High Point and Greensboro.
  • Similarly, the upgraded V-6 engine option in the Camry bests the Altima's V-6 setup in terms of horsepower and torque, with a slight advantage in fuel efficiency.