Compare the 2016 Toyota Camry Price to the 2016 Honda Accord
We know there can be a lot on your mind when it’s time to shop for a new car, but before deciding if it’s the right vehicle for you, it’s important to look at the 2016 Toyota Camry price, fuel economy, and features. We compared the Camry against one of its top competitors, the new 2016 Honda Accord, to give you an idea of how Toyota’s sedan stacks up in the Mid-Michigan auto market, starting with which car offers more in savings.
How to Save in a Mid-Size Car
There are two main ways you can save in a mid-size sedan like the 2016 Toyota Camry: price and fuel economy. In order to make sure you get your money’s worth on your new car, you should look at both of those specs and decide if they offer you enough in the way of value.
In the case of the 2016 Camry vs. the 2016 Accord, the Accord leads in both initial affordability (price) and long-term affordability (fuel economy):
- 2016 Accord LX Sedans have a starting MSRP of $22,105,* and Accord models equipped with a continuously variable transmission earn an EPA-estimated 37 highway mpg and 27 city mpg.**
- 2016 Toyota Camry prices start at $23,070 for the LE trim level, and its fuel economy numbers come up short as well, at just 35 highway mpg and 25 city mpg.
We already hear you asking yourself one of the most common questions: “If the Camry costs more, shouldn’t it have better features?”
Honda’s Standard Features
Each 2016 Accord comes with a diverse package of standard amenities that makes it tough for competitors like the Camry to really compete. The Accord comes standard with the following:
- Bluetooth for phone and audio
- Multi-view rear camera
- Daytime running lights
- LEDs integrated into taillights
- 16-inch alloy wheels
The Camry does have some comparable features, but in order to be on par with the Accord, it would require further upgrades.
Test Drive an Accord
We want to put you behind the wheel of the 2016 Honda Accord, to show you that it offers so much more than a simply being more affordable than the 2016 Toyota Camry price. Visit a Mid-Michigan Honda Dealer near you for a test drive today.
*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $835.00 destination charge, and options. Dealer prices may vary.
**Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, and other factors.
Mid-Michigan Honda Dealers includes Art Moehn Honda, Capital Honda, Honda of Grand Blanc, Thelen Honda, and Williams Honda.