The Better Mid-Size Sedan for New Hampshire Drivers:
Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry

For many years now, the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry have remained class-leading icons in the mid-size sedan market. Both of them enjoy popularity for their safety, well-balanced powertrains, and style. However, in the market of competitive commerce, a challenger will typically emerge on top, beating its opponent in many different important ways. Smart shoppers in New Hampshire deserve to know everything they can about the vehicle they seek, including how it takes on the competition. As you will see, if you want to get the most out of your sedan, then the new Honda Accord presents a clear choice.

We invite you to read on and learn more about how the new Honda Accord compares to Toyota Camry, here at Honda Barn in Stratham, NH. When satisfied, schedule a test drive and visit us at 34 Portsmouth Ave, located less than 10 minutes outside of Exeter.

Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry

Let us begin at the gasoline models of these two available sedans. While both sedan options remain practical over their luxury counterparts, you will find plenty of differences, both subtle and highly noticeable. The Camry presents a worthy challenge, but the Honda Accord comes out on top, ultimately.

  • Residual Value: The Honda Accord retains up to 54 percent of its value after driving one for 36 months, according to the Automotive Leasing Guide (ALG), while the Camry holds only 45 percent of its original value. After 60 months, the Honda Accord retains 37 percent of its value versus the 32 percent retention of the Camry.
  • Convenience: The Honda Accord offers standard features, on all trims, such as dual-zone automatic climate control, an illuminated vanity mirror, and floor mats, all of which cost extra on the Camry.
  • Interior: The Honda Accord provides superior interior space for Durham, NH customers, including 105.6 cubic feet of passenger space and 16.7 cubic feet of trunk volume. The Toyota Camry offers 100.4 cubic feet of passenger space and 14.1 cubic feet of trunk volume.
  • Weight: The Honda Accord weighs over 100 lbs. less than the Camry and features more lightweight aluminum alloy wheels, making its handling nimbler on the city streets in Portsmouth, NH. The Toyota Camry features steel wheels and weighs over 100 lbs. more.

Honda Accord Hybrid vs Toyota Camry Hybrid

Did you know that both of these sedans come available as hybrid models? Brentwood, NH customers might appreciate the commuter-friendly nature and advancements of a hybrid, but which one to choose? The Honda Accord Hybrid provides a lot more than its Camry Hybrid counterpart, as you will see.

  • Interior Space: In looking at their base trim levels, the Honda Accord Hybrid offers the same passenger space as the base trim of this sedan, whereas, the Toyota Camry Hybrid interior volume falls short at 99.9 cubic feet. Its trunk space increases slightly, but the Camry still falls short in cargo volume.
  • Value: Interestingly, the Toyota Camry Hybrid offers a bit more residual value, retaining 50 percent value after 36 months and 35 percent after 60 months, according to ALG. However, the Honda Accord Hybrid remains superior in resale value, with 53 percent retention after 36-month depreciation and 37 percent after 60 months.

Test Drive a New Honda Accord Today

If you think the Honda Accord has everything you need in your next sedan, then find one of your own in our new Honda Accord inventory and our inventory of new Honda Accord Hybrid models at Honda Barn in Stratham, NH. Shoppers in Hampton will find us less than 15 minutes outside of their hometown. See you soon!