Refined and Performance-Geared: But Which Car Does it Better?
2020 Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry
Estimated Fuel Economy (city / hwy)
2020 Honda Accord
1.5L Turbo 4-Cylinder
193 hp @ 5,500 rpm
192 lb-ft @ 1,600 rpm
2020 Toyota Camry
2.5L Dynamic Force 4-Cylinder
203 hp @ 6600 rpm
184 lb-ft @ 5000 rpm
Undeniably Action-Driven without Slacking on Sleekness
Refinement seamlessly blends with performance-based looks in the 2020 Honda Accord with a sweeping profile filled with aggressive and flowing lines turning heads during your drives as you rock a fastback-inspired design. Plus, with the slim and sharp grille in the front, you’ll proudly display the Honda badge while also highlighting the slim headlamps that offer an ultra-contemporary and sporty touch to your ride.
Curious how this bold sedan competes with other sleek and athletic rides? Today, we’ll check out the 2020 Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry to help you decide which best fits your driving style and elevates your commutes effortlessly. Also, visit South Motors Honda today to test drive the 2020 Honda Accord and feel the practical, nimble, and swift cruising power for yourself.
The Feel of Turbocharged Power (and It’s Even Standard)
Even with the base 1.5L Turbocharged motor, you’re in for an epic ride with 193 horsepower and 192 lb-ft torque starting at 1,600 rpm, which means swift take-offs to live up to the performance-inspired design (and help you merge into busy highways, pass drivers without effort, bolt off from traffic lights, and even make quick turns virtually lag-free). Also, with EPA-estimated 30 city mpg, you’ll commute to the office and run errands around South Florida while enjoying spirited speed without compromising efficiency.
For even more power, the available 2.0T in-line 4-cylinder motor with a turbocharger upgrades your output to 252 horsepower and 273 lb-ft torque for epic and exhilarating rides nearly anywhere, whether it’s US-1 on your way to Palmetto Bay or the local roads on your way to the office. For help with extra smoothness, opt for the available Adaptive Damper System, which assists with removing some of the rockiness from potholes and rough patches, helping you remain in control when attacking corners, and even contributing to a quieter ride.
By comparison, the 2020 Toyota Camry also offers fun rides with the base 2.5L 4-cylinder engine with up to 184 lb-ft torque; however, keep in mind the torque kicks in at 5,000 rpm, which allows the 2020 Accord to feel punchier when you step on the gas and get the engine roaring at city speeds with the near-instant torque starting at 1,600 rpm. Plus, with EPA-estimated 29 city mpg, you’ll also find a more efficient ride in the Honda model, helping you commute throughout the week and embark on weekend road trips without worrying about frequent refuels along the way.
Your Cabin: Quiet, Refined, and Ready to Cater to You
Step inside the 2020 Honda Accord, and you’ll enjoy a premium and athletic interior with available leather-trimmed seats with stitching to exude uncompromised craftsmanship and comfort. Plus, with 42.3 inches of front legroom (40.4 inches of rear legroom) and 105.6 cubic feet of passenger volume, even some of your taller passengers can relax and kick back with room to spare. Move to the rear, and you’ll even have 16.7 cubic feet of cargo space to help you store golf clubs, groceries, backpacks, work supplies, and much more.
For getting connected to your ride, the standard 7-inch touchscreen connects you to Bluetooth® HandsfreeLink® and Streaming Audio to help you get back to calls or respond to texts on compatible smartphones without taking your eyes off the wheel (even when your phone’s buried in your pocket). You’ll also have available Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® integration on an 8-inch touchscreen for seamlessly syncing to many of your favorite streaming apps to load up your playlists on the go.
Inside the 2020 Toyota Camry, you’ll find similar levels of refinement with available leather seats packing a luxurious edge. You’ll even have an available 8-inch touchscreen with features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for a similar entertainment experience. However, the interior is smaller, with only 38.0 inches of rear legroom (more than two inches less than the 2020 Accord) and 99.3 cubic feet of passenger volume in models without a moonroof (more than six cubic feet less than the Honda model), which makes a massive difference when tall passengers accompany you on your rides.
How Standard Safety Keeps Driving Fun and Effortless
Wherever adventure takes you in the 2020 Honda Accord, you’ll have standard Honda Sensing® technology guiding your cruises for confident drives with features like Road Departure Mitigation System helping you stay on your intended path by applying automatic braking and gentle steering to assist you in remaining on the road when you turn on an exit ramp too sharply or ride too close to the edge of a street. Meanwhile, Collision Mitigation Braking System™, Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow, Lane Keeping Assist System, and Traffic Sign Recognition add an extra layer of safety to your rides.
Take a drive in the 2020 Toyota Camry, and you’re also protected by standard safety with features like Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, and more. However, the Honda Accord gains a win in this round for offering Road Departure Mitigation System, which applies active measures to help you remain safe on your drives in situations that could otherwise become dangerous.
Fast, Refined, and Efficient Drives Await You in Miami
Ready to embark on a spirited and exhilarating ride without compromising on fuel efficiency and comfort? Head to South Motors Honda to test drive the 2020 Honda Accord today, and see how this smooth sedan’s performance will elevate your commutes and cruises around the South Florida area. As your local Honda dealership, let us know what features or trim you want, and we’ll work our hardest to find it so that you can enjoy a drive that’s centered around your style.