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Compare the Toyota Camry to the Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, Nissan Altima & Chevy Malibu

 

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Becoming a household name is no easy task for a midsize sedan, but the Toyota Camry just rolls off of drivers' tongues model year after model year as the Camry continues to outsell all other sedans in the United States. You can find out more about the Camry's superior design via these vehicle comparisons, which pit the latest Camry model against the Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, and Nissan Altima.

        
 Honda Accord
 Ford Fusion
 Nissan Altima
 Chevy Malibu

Camry vs Honda Accord

  • Stay safe in your new Toyota Camry with 10 airbags, including driver and front passenger knee airbags; the Accord only offers 6 airbags
  • The Toyota Camry includes ToyotaCare, a 2-year, 25,000 mile (whichever comes first) no-cost factory schedule maintenance plan
  • While the Accord does have a display screen as standard, it doesn't have touch-response capability. The Camry, however, has a standard 6.1-inch Entune® touchscreen interface with Siri Eyes Free voice controls. The Accord also doesn't offer a CD player at all. (Don't worry. Even with all of that tech, you can still spin discs in the Camry)
  • Your life doesn't fit neatly into a box, which is why the Camry's standard 60/40 split-folding rear seatbacks are so useful for all sorts of cargo-carrying configurations. The Accord has a standard one-piece bench
  • The Camry boasts the affordable luxury of available hands-free trunk opening and Qi wireless smartphone charging, as well as standard power driver seat with lumbar support. The Accord doesn't offer any of these features
  • The sporty Camry SE and XSE are both built on a sport-tuned suspension for better handling and more athletic drive dynamics. The Accord Sport merely looks sportier with cosmetic upgrades like a trunk lid spoiler and dual exhaust tips

Camry vs Ford Fusion

  • The Camry offers 10 airbags verses 8 airbags in the Fusion SE
  • Enjoy 2 years or 25,000 miles (whichever comes first) of ToyotaCare with the purchase of your new Camry. This maintenance plan is not available when you buy a Ford Fusion
  • Right out of the gate, the Camry base model earns better fuel economy than the base Fusion
  • Technologies become luxuries with the Camry's many upscale offerings like hands-free trunk and wireless smartphone charging -- neither of which are offering on the Fusion
  • Standard heated mirrors and an outside temperature gauge keep Camry drivers on top of Mother Nature. Fusion drivers can't say the same
  • The spacious Camry pampers all passengers with more rear headroom, legroom, and hip room than the Fusion
  • Comfort comes standard on the Camry with a power driver seat with lumbar support on the base model. The Fusion comes equipped with a mere manual driver seat, no support -- unless you want to dish out the big bucks on a more expensive trim

Camry vs Nissan Altima

  • Safety is a priority in the Camry with 10 airbags, compared to the 6 airbags available in the Altima
  • The Camry keeps an eye out with available Lane Departure Alert. The Altima keeps drivers on their toes by not offering this safety system at all
  • New Camry models include ToyotaCare, a 2 years or 25,000 miles (whichever comes first) no-cost factory schedule maintenance plan, which is not offered by Nissan.
  • The Camry SE offers a large 6.1-inch touchscreen display, while the Altima only offers a 5-inch display that is not touch capable
  • Not only does the Altima's standard setup lack a touchscreen, it doesn't even have a dashboard display. That means no rearview camera either. The Camry, however, boast touchscreen infotainment and a backup camera for connectivity and confidence when you need it, whenever you want it
  • More rear shoulder room, hip room, headroom, and legroom means backseat passengers are so much more comfortable in the Camry than the Altima
  • The base Altima even lacks standard cruise control, while the Camry comes equipped with standard cruise control and offers Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, which allows you to set a preset following distance between you and the car in front of you, adjusting automatically to sudden changes in speed
  • Standard heated mirrors and power driver seat give the Camry an upscale feel right out of the gate. The base Altima doesn't come equipped with either, giving it an "econobox" feel
  • As you can guess, the Altima can't match the Camry's available hands-free trunk opening and Qi wireless smartphone charging either

Camry vs Chevy Malibu

  • The Camry comes with 2 years or 25,000 miles (whichever comes first) of ToyotaCare
  • While both vehicles are categorized as midsize sedans, the Camry boasts more rear headroom, legroom, and hip room than the Malibu -- for an overall more comfortable ride for Camry passengers
  • Camry drivers appreciate the visibility that comes with standard heated mirrors. Malibu drivers have to pay more by investing in a more expensive model
  • The Malibu no longer offers a CD player, while even the Camry base model comes equipped with a CD player, touchscreen infotainment, and Siri Eyes Free. Malibu drivers have to cash out on a higher trim for a dashboard screen
  • Right out of the gate, the Camry offers more horsepower than the Malibu, courtesy of a potent 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine as standard
  • An available V6 engine also earns the Camry more horsepower than the Malibu's turbocharged engine upgrade. A V6 is not an option with Malibu

Drivers from Newark, Wilmington, Middletown and Bear can find their very own Camry in Newark right here at Newark ToyotaWorld. As one of the bestselling vehicles at our facility, we ensure we always have a wide variety of models to choose from in our new Toyota inventory. We also have the appealing Toyota financing options to match the attractiveness of the Camry lineup, and we encourage you to sit down with one of our personable and professional financial consultants to learn more about your Camry leasing opportunities when you visit our facility for a test drive.

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