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2018 Toyota Camry vs. 2018 Honda Accord – Sedan Showdown

The 2018 Toyota Camry looks better than before. Toyota’s mission to infuse some much needed sportiness into their sedan offerings is paying off, at least from a design perspective. From the other end of the spectrum, we have the 2018 Honda Accord. Honda’s track record for performance has been improving lately. The Accord may looked like a stretched and widened Civic, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing if you’re one of those who rave about the latest Civic’s design.

Midsize sedans are not as popular as before; Nowadays, the default choice for families is a five-seat or seven-seat crossover SUV. I have nothing against crossovers, but my default choice for conveyance will still be a normal sedan. Carmakers know that not all people are crazy enough to choose a larger and less fuel-efficient crossover over a traditional car, hence the revamped offerings that offer sportier looks, fuel-efficient motors, and superb practicality.

In this current SUV-crazy market, both the 2018 Toyota Camry and 2018 Honda Accord are a welcome relief from the bulbous and jacked-up styling of modern crossovers. Both vehicles are sights for sore eyes, but which is better? More importantly, which offers the best bang for the buck?

Победитель Honda Accord Sedan (2018)

  • больше экономия топлива ( по городу) = 7.84. Данный параметр ниже, чем у 92% аналогичных товаров.;
  • Имеет камеру заднего вида;
  • больше экономия топлива ( на шоссе) = 6.19. Данный параметр ниже, чем у 88% аналогичных товаров.;
  • больше грузовое пространство = 473. Данный параметр выше, чем у 77% аналогичных товаров.;
  • Имеет систему в автомобиле;
  • больше высота кузова (спереди) = 1003.3. Данный параметр выше, чем у 67% аналогичных товаров.;
  • выше максимальный момент силы = 260. Данный параметр ниже, чем у 61% аналогичных товаров.
  • больше лошадиных сил = 192. Данный параметр ниже, чем у 65% аналогичных товаров.


  • 2018 Honda Accord Named North American Car Of The Year


Preferring one vehicle’s design to another comes down to personal preference. However, if we were handing out report cards, then the Camry would be the most improved in this class. Banish any preconceived notions about Toyota’s sedan looking boring because even in basic trims, this is an aggressive looking machine. With its huge lower fascia, skinny headlights, and flowing C-pillar, you could mistake this as a Lexus from just a few years ago.

Conversely, the last-gen Accord already looked striking since its most recent refresh, particularly when optioned with LED headlights. Honda’s designers retained a similar look at front but added the flowing tail from the latest Civic. It’s quite a looker.

Gallery: 2018 Toyota Camry: First Drive


Despite their aesthetic differences, the Camry and Accord are practically identical when it comes to their exterior size.

Inside, the differences are much more significant, though. Even though the two models have very similar exterior dimensions, the Honda has a slightly more spacious cabin.

2018 Honda Accord2018 Toyota Camry
Wheelbase111.4 inches1 11.2 in
Length192.2 in192.1 in (192.7 in in SE or XSE trim)
Width73.3 in72.4 in
Height57.1 in56.9 in
Headroom (front/rear)39.5 in / 37.3 in38.3 in / 38.0 in
Legroom (front/rear)42.3 in / 40.4 in42.1 in / 38.0 in
Shoulder Room (front/rear)58.3 in / 56.5 in57.7 in / 55.7 in
Hip Room (front/rear)55.3 in / 55.0 in55.4 in /54.7 in
Cargo Volume16.7 cubic feet15.1 cu. ft. (14.1 cu. ft. for L trim)
Curb Weight
of current trims)
3,131 pounds /
3,428 lbs
3,241 lbs /
3,571 lbs


Honda and Toyota have very different powertrain strategies. The Camry sticks by the venerable combination offering a naturally aspirated 2.5 four-cylinder engine to fulfill the needs for most buyers and a V6 for customers looking for more power. Honda takes the more modern approach by using a 1.5-liter turbocharged four as its lower output powerplant and a 2.0-liter turbocharged four as the more potent option. Both companies have hybrid drivetrains, too.

Customers can still get a six-speed manual gearbox with either the 1.5- or 2.0-liter turbo engines from Honda. A CVT is available with the 1.5-liter mill, and there’s an optional 10-speed automatic for the 2.0-liter.

Toyota’s combustion engines are only available with an eight-speed automatic.

Honda doesn’t yet have fuel economy specs for the 2.0-liter turbocharged or hybrid Accord, so those figures are absent from the table below.

30/38/33 for CVT trim

29/35/31 for Sport CVT and Touring CVT trims

26/35/30 for Sport six-speed

29/41/34 for L trim

28/39/32 for LE/SE/XLE/XSE trims

Tech and Safety Amenities

Honda and Toyota know that their midsize sedans are popular choices among families, and safety is a major selling point for the Accord and Camry.

Both models come with a standard safety suite that includes pre-collision braking, lane departure warning, and adaptive cruise control. Blind spot monitoring comes on higher trims of both vehicles, too.

Gallery: 2018 Honda Accord: First Drive


The way that a vehicle feels behind the wheel is largely subjective, so if you’re in the market for the Accord and Camry, it would be best to test drive them both. Motor1’s First Drives provide a good idea of what to expect, though.

“There’s gravitas and weight to all the controls, including the steering (though it still lacks any discernible feedback), and the ride-and-handling mix is far more deliberate and less floaty than before; the new rear suspension arrangement no doubt helps with composure over bumpy roads. While it’s far from the most exciting or most satisfying among its midsize sedan peers, there’s nothing off-putting or disappointing about driving the Camry,” Senior Editor Jake Holmes wrote about the Toyota.

The Accord has its advantages, too.

“In fact, give me an Accord Sport, with the very good fixed-rate suspension, the bigger engine, and the six-speed gearbox. If you can get over the front-drive factor – and you should, because the handling is excellent – that’s about as practical a fun machine as you can buy for around thirty grand,” Executive Editor Seyth Miersma wrote about the Honda.


The different powertrains and equipment between trims make it difficult to directly compare the Accord and Camry’s pricing. However, we can look at each individually.

The base LX CVT model of the 2018 Accord starts at $24,445 (after $875 destination) and reaches $36,675 for the range-topping Touring 10AT trim.

Meanwhile, it costs $24,390 (after $895 destination) to get into base 2018 Camry. The top XSE V6 model carries a price tag of $35,845.

Ходовые качества

Хонда Аккорд 8 поколения ценилась за свой драйв и взрывной характер. Ее любили молодые парни, желающие получить острые ощущения. Поэтому данная модель была одной из самых желанных у молодежи и нередко подвергалась всевозможному внутреннему и внешнему тюнингу. Удалось ли 9-му поколению модели полностью сохранить данные качества? Увы, нет.

Новая модель стала мягче и спокойнее. Нельзя сказать, что она совсем утратила спортивный характер, но градус резкости и безрассудства определено понизили. Все же если сравнить с оппонентом, Honda четче и быстрее отзывается на действия водителя. Она живее реагирует на газ и обладает более точным рулем.

В Камри управление производится с небольшой задержкой. В положении «ноль» есть заметный люфт. Это сильно напрягает на высокой скорости при езде по прямой. Машину время от времени сносит в сторону. Она не даст вам острых ощущений, поскольку предназначена для вальяжной и комфортной езды.

Однако в данной манере вождения заложен другой плюс – мягкая подвеска. Неровности в Тойоте проглатываются лучше, а поездка на ней – комфортнее. Если вам необходимо усмирить пыл Хонды, вы можете включить режим «эко». Динамика, конечно, снизится, но подвеска останется той же.

Взаимодействие двигателя, КПП и подвески более сбалансировано в Хонде. Она приобрела абсолютно новую коробку передач, которая работает четко и незаметно. Благодаря новому вариатору улучшилась экономичность и динамика.

Если подвести итог, то Камри более мягкая и плавная, а Аккорд – динамичная и бодрая. Однако определенная доля жесткости по сравнению с конкурентом в ней все же есть.

Характеристики Honda Accord VS Toyota Camry

  • Двигатель: 2.4 л. бензин / 2.5 л. бензин
  • Коробка трансмиссии – вариатор / 6-ступенчатый автомат
  • Мощность 180 л. с. / 181 л. с.
  • Разгон до 100 км. ч. 10.1 сек / 9.0 сек
  • Скорость max. 214 км/ч / 210 км/ч
  • Расход топлива (город/шоссе) 11.7л/6.2л / 11.0л/5.9л
  • Объем багажника 495 л / 506 л
  • Дорожный просвет 146 мм /160 мм
  • Топливный бак 65 литров / 70 литров
  • Вес 1526 кг /1530 кг

Различие в их стоимости совсем незначительно.

Performance and Fuel Economy

Whether you’re looking for fuel economy or robust performance, the 2018 Toyota Camry beats out the 2018 Honda Accord:

2018 Toyota CamryCategory2018 Honda Accordn
2.5L I-4 (203 hp)Base EngineTurbo 1.5L I-4 (192 hp)
2.5L I-4 (203 hp)Upgraded EngineTurbo 2.0L I-4 (252 hp)
41 mpg highway, 29 mpg cityMax EPA-estimated fuel economy38 mpg highway, 30 mpg city

2018 Toyota Camry vs 2018 Honda Accord: Pre-review comparison

Two stalwarts of family motoring, the 2018 Honda Accord and 2018 Toyota Camry have reached their tenth and eighth generations respectively, thwarting death in the age of the SUV, with major, ground-up redesigns for both cars. Being that they have both at one time or another been the best selling car in the United States of America, both cars are designed and engineered primarily with that market in mind, vying for title of best medium sedan for 2018.

Since up until recently the Camry was manufactured in Australia, our needs also factor heavily into the development of the car. While both are front-wheel drive, available in hybrid in some markets and sedan only, there have been some major, fundamental changes in both cars that will make them more interesting and appealing to consumers. Will it be enough to cater to the shrinking midsize sedan segment? Read on to find out.

2018 Toyota Camry vs 2018 Honda Accord: Design

Neither of these vehicles can be called seductively pretty, with more of a functional emphasis on design. Honda’s angular robot theme has carried over from the Civic, with which the new Accord shares its underpinnings and much of its drivetrain. It switches to a six window design, with a sleeker fastback shape adding practicality.

Inside, it’s a largely conventional layout, but calls for a volume knob have been heeded by Honda, as in the 2018 Honda CR-V. Material quality appears to have taken a massive step forward with Apple CarPlay and Android auto availability, unlike the Toyota, for now at least. New features like heads-up display ensures Accord doesnot want for any gadgets.

For 2018, the Camry adopts a sleeker shape with a lower bonnet line and rounder silhouette. Larger taillights sweep across the boot, with a prominent front grille. Camry reverts back to a four-window design for the new model. Sportier overseas variants also boast a panoramic ‘floating’ black roof, which certainly lifts the body to un-Camry-like levels.

Inside, say goodbye to the LCD clock, mechanical foot-operated park brake and hello to a crisp new design including new instrument cluster and infotainment system. Ultimately, while both are top-notch, it’s the Accord that takes the win.

2018 Toyota Camry vs 2018 Honda Accord: Accomodation

Dimensionally, there’s nothing in it between the Camry and Accord. The measurements are very similar and given that these two cars are after the exact same slice of family car heartland, that’s no coincidence. Height for Camry and Accord is 1445mm and 1450mm respectively. Width is 1839 to 1859, Wheelbases are 2829mm for Camry and 2829mm for Accord and overall length is 4894mm for Camry and 4879 for Accord.

Being predominantly front-drive cars, stretching room should be adequate for three adults in the rear. While it would take some actual seat time to verify this, it’s fair to say that neither car sacrifices space for style, with the caveat of Accord’s sloping roofline.

We will have to wait for metric figures to be released on both cars for boot space, but we’ve so far been able to glean that the Camry’s luggage volume increases to 525L, or 451L in hybrid form, thanks to the relocation of the battery to under the rear seats, which are now split-fold. The Accord, according to U.S reports has marginally more trunk space than the still-generous Camry.

2018 Toyota Camry vs 2018 Honda Accord: Performance

Both vehicles have undergone wholesale changes in the engine department, with radically different results. The standard engine is the 150kW, 249Nm ‘Dynamic Force’ 2.5-litre four-cylidner, with 40 percent thermal efficiency. It is connected exclusively to an eight-speed automatic.

The revised hybrid now makes 131kW from its 2.5-litre Atkinson Cycle engine, with an 88kW/205Nm electric motor. Mercifully for six-cylinder fans, the 2GR V6 now sports direct and port injection, and a new ‘FKS’ designation. It produces 222kW and 356Nm, also tied to an eight-speed auto. Performance should be quite scintillating if the outgoing Aurion is any guide.

The Accord, meanwhile, opens with a 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder, generating 143kW and 260Nm from much lower in the rev range than Camry. It is tied to a CVT, like Civic and CR-V. The sultry 3.5-litre V6 of the outgoing model has been eschewed in favour of a 2.0-litre turbo derived from the Civic Type R. It musters 188kW and 370Nm at 1500-4000rpm. Significantly, the 2.0 turbo is tied to a 10-speed automatic, which is a first for the class. There is also a hybrid version unlikely to come to Australia. With up to 100kg less to carry, the Accord could be a real performance surprise package.

Frustratingly for more enthusiastic drivers, Honda offers both engines with a six-speed manual transmission for U.S. customers but considering that’s not even an option on the Thai-sourced Civic here, don’t hold your breath for that one.

While to many there is no substitute for a sonorous V6, the Accord 2.0T auto’s 1524kg weight is below the V6 Camry’s 1610kg figure – which is more-or-less par with the Aurion of today. Both cars, in top spec should easily manage 0-100km/h in 6.0 seconds or less – and might even embarrass the new V6 Commodore. We’re tipping the Accord will have a narrow edge but we say that with caution as the 2GR is a true animal.

2018 Toyota Camry vs 2018 Honda Accord: Overall costs

Fuel efficiency was a major goal for both cars, including weight shedding, downsizing and turbocharging in Honda’s case, additional gears and improvements to hybrid systems. Camry Hybrid economy is expected to be as low as 4.5L/100km, with the 7.9 and 9.3 L/100km efforts of today’s 4-cyl and V6 expected to tumble into low sevens and eights respectively.

Accord should manage just above 7.0L/100km for the 1.5 and we’d be surprised if the 2.0 didn’t scrape under the 8.0 mark. Both have impeccable reputations for quality, with Honda doing slightly better than Toyota lately in initial quality surveys. Capped price servicing and roadside assistance will be available in both cases, but we hope the switch from Australian to Japanese production for the Camry doesn’t increase its servicing costs.

2018 Toyota Camry vs 2018 Honda Accord: Conclusion

Both firms have gone for the jugular and aren’t pulling any punches, but have taken different approaches to keep their traditional customer base, while keeping their attention away from SUVs. The more economical, faster, dynamic, tech laden and daring looking sedans will put up a strong fight, but will it be enough? Time will tell.

From a distance, the Accord looks to be the more polished, tech-laden and luxurious of the two, which is not to suggest the Camry is deficient in those areas. We think this one will come down to pricing and the preference of a V6 engine. Too close to pick at this stage.

Test Drive the 2018 Toyota Camry in Vacaville, CA!

If you’re leaning more toward the Toyota Camry, we certainly don’t blame you! As mentioned earlier, the Camry comes in multiple trim levels and with a variety of powertrain options (4-cylinder, V6, and hybrid), allowing each individual driver to choose the Camry model that best fits their lifestyle. From the long list of standard and available features on the 2018 Toyota Camry, some of the most notable include standard Toyota Safety Sense P, an 8-inch multimedia touch-screen, Entune™ 3.0 with Wi-Fi Connect, a Bird’s Eye View Camera, and so much more.

If you’re interested in getting up close and personal with the 2018 Toyota Camry in Vacaville, CA, we invite you to schedule a test drive with our team at Toyota Vacaville.

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Interior Measurements

2018 Honda Accord2018 Toyota Camry2018 Hyundai SonataWinner
Headroom (Front, in)39.538.340.4Sonata
Headroom (Rear, in)37.338.038.0Camry/Sonata
Legroom (Front, in)42.342.145.5Sonata
Legroom (Rear, in)40.438.035.6Accord
Shoulder Room (Front, in)58.357.757.9Accord
Shoulder Room (Rear, in)56.555.756.5Accord/Sonata
Hip Room (Front, in)55.355.455.3Camry
Hip Room (Rear, in)55.054.756.1Sonata
Passenger Volume (cu ft)105.6100.4106.1Sonata
Trunk Volume (cu ft)16.715.116.3Accord


The 10th generation accord (released 14/07/2017) has a bolder look with vertical grills (looks like a Dodge Charger up front) and a bland boring backside with exceptionally beautiful hexagonal exhaust tips. The LEDs are just too cool to behold with the standard high beams on the touring version with the 19inch wheels sticking out like those of a Lamborghini.

The Honda sensing is now standard across all models which gives an accurate combination of cameras and radar system for driver assistance…these include low speed follow , lane departure mitigation,driver attention monitor ..

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Adaptive cruise control is now smoother and more intuitive,braking and acceleration is smoother than in the Camry….you even pay extra to get driver assistance packages on the Camry.

Honda has gone all turbos with two engine choices..the smaller 1.5litre 4cylinder turbo 6speed Manual/CVT which breathes 192horses with same amount of torque…and the larger 2.0litre but still 4cylinder,with 10 speed automatic gear box…giving 252ponies and 273 pound ft of torque …both engines give and average of 33mpg combined…very efficient ..

A lot of sound deadening effect has been added to make the ride so quiet and give that cruise effect mimicking a large size luxury sedan which include :-a noise reduction wheel design,overall weight reduction ,active noise cancellation…even the rubber along the doors make them slam with a reassuring effect.

On the inside ,materials are upscale ,design is simpler and not as expressive or stylish like the Camry. Some presumably fake wood here and there ,hard surfaces with no napper leather.

It has a new digital gauge cluster with a head-up display..

The seat feel is a lot better than in the 9th generation. There is also heated steering and heating rear seats,you don’t get those in Camry on any trim level..

The infotainment system is more conservative, Honda has gotten rid of the dual screen design and brought back the volume knob(I hoped for it to return )

Apple car play ,android auto with NFC ,mobile hotspot capabilities coming with a 8inch screen and improved graphics that doesn’t show finger prints but give a haptic feedback with each tap..

No panoramic roof on any trim,Honda claims it’s not a feature of a mid-size family sedan. Other down sides are the severely angular rear glass which makes visibility reduced ,with small side rear glass close to the C-pillar..this creates a lot of blind spots….(that’s probably a negative carry over from the Cross tour)

Well, On the bright side you get paddle shifters ,heated and cooled from seats and an overall bigger volume than the Camry…about 3inches more.

You even get a bigger trunk space ,16.7cubic feet,to haul ur luggage on family vacation .

The driving experience is cool too, auto-journalists claim the 2.0 liter 4cylinder is quieter and equally as fast as the V6 version of the Camry especially in the sport mode. No coupes for this generation yet and we still expect a V6 in the future…drivers prefer to stick to the automatic tranny…the manual doesn’t seem cool at all.

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