|2015 Honda Accord||2015 Toyota Camry|
|27 City 36 Hwy||Fuel Economy||22 City 35 Hwy|
|185 hp 181 ln-ft.||Performance||178 hp 170 lb-ft.|
2015 Honda Accord vs 2015 Toyota Camry
There are a number of sedans out there with decades of heritage behind them and all have improved over the years, but some just started out better than others and have stayed at the top of their game since then. However, when everyone is saying that have the best vehicle to offer it can be hard to tell who is really on top until you compare the vehicles. That is why we’re comparing the 2015 Honda Accord vs the 2015 Toyota Camry. Both have similar statistics and when only looking at one or two categories it would seem negligible and a choice based on color preference alone would seem fine.
When you really break it down and see that each engine option for the Accord provides more power and better fuel economy for the comparable options of the Camry, it continues to seem beneficial to only go with the Honda Accord. Though a small amount, the Accord has a lower base price and slightly more interior space. Small amounts add up over time.
2015 Honda Accord Denver, CO
The Accord also comes with innovative safety features like Honda laneWatch. A camera on the side mirror can be activated manually or when your signal is one and a live video will display the view of the mirror. Other features like the Econ button, rearview camera and HondaLink infotainment system will further your comfort and convenience when driving the 2015 Accord.
If the 2015 Honda Accord is up to par with your expectations for a vehicle then come to Planet Honda and experience the car for yourself and pick out which trim level suits your needs. Our sales team is ready and available to walk you through everything from the decision to how to finance your new Honda vehicle.
 Based on 2015 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.
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