Comparing the New Toyota Camry with Sedans from Ford and Honda

All sorts of different offers make up the sedan class, but to many car shoppers, there aren't many differences between these models. If you dig a little deeper, however, you'll find that the new Toyota Camry in Somerset stands out from the pack in a variety of ways. While it's not the only sedan with a stunning design, efficient and powerful engines, brilliant features, and lots of value, the new Camry combines each of those aspects in a package that competitors can't match.

To highlight why we think the new Toyota Camry is the ideal sedan for Lexington drivers, we compared the Camry with the Honda Accord and the Ford Fusion, two other sedans with lots of fans. If you want to see how these new sedans compare in everything from driving feel to safety, see the highlights of our findings below, and contact us with any questions!

Toyota Camry vs Honda Accord

  • The standard engine of the Toyota Camry has everything London, KY drivers crave as it has more horsepower and torque than the Honda Accord while also getting up to 41 mpg highway, which lets you cruise for longer without interruptions than the 38 mpg highway of the Honda Accord's standard engine. Plus, if you crave more power, the Toyota Camry offers a V6 engine while the Accord does not.
  • Safety is key in feeling at home even as you're on the go in your new sedan, and the 2019 Toyota Camry is an IIHS 2019 Top Safety Pick+ thanks to its package of standard driver-assist features, which includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian monitoring, and crashworthiness. The 2019 Honda Accord, which doesn’t have a pedestrian monitoring system, was a tier below in the IIHS safety rankings.
  • There are, of course, other features in these sedans to help you feel at home when driving, but the Camry again has more to offer. For example, it comes standard with a touchscreen infotainment system compatible with Apple devices thanks to Apple CarPlay, which you won’t get on the base Honda Accord. The Camry also offers Remote Connect, an app for your phone, and a bird's eye view camera not available on any Honda Accord.

Toyota Camry vs. Ford Fusion

  • For those around Richmond, KY wanting an efficient sedan for their commutes, the Toyota Camry easily outperforms the Ford Focus as the most efficient Camry engine, the base one, gets up to 29 mpg city and 41 mpg highway while the Focus tops out at 21 mpg city and 31 mpg highway. Plus, when looking at the standard engines, the Camry's engine provides more horsepower and torque than that of the Focus.
  • Even the base model Toyota Camry has lots to offer drivers as it comes standard with features ranging from the Toyota Safety Sense Package of driver-assist technologies to the Apple CarPlay connectivity system to bi-LED headlights. You won't find any of those features standard on the base model Ford Focus.
  • For passenger comfort, the Toyota Camry has features like rear-seat air vents and a panoramic sunroof, which is larger than the one in the Focus, and the Camry also has more headroom and width at hip level than the Ford Focus, so everyone gets to stay cozy in the Toyota sedan.

Search for Your New Toyota Camry in Somerset, KY!

We carry a large selection of new Camry offers in Somerset, and if you want to make sure the sedan matches the praise we've given it, you can always schedule a test drive at our Toyota dealership, which is easy to find with our directions!

Not sure the Camry is the right Toyota sedan for you or even if a sedan is what you need? We have many other terrific new Toyota offers that attract car shoppers from Oneida, TN to Danville, KY to our dealership. Plus, whichever wonderful model you settle upon, use the tools and staff of our auto financing center to secure a car loan without any hassles.