2019 Honda Accord vs 2019 Toyota Camry
2019 Honda Accord 2019 Toyota Camry
  192 ft-lbs. 184 ft-lbs.
Rear Leg Room
  40.4 in. 38.0 in.
Cargo Space
  16.7 cu. ft. 14.1 cu. ft.

2019 Honda Accord vs 2019 Toyota Camry

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By researching midsize cars that may be ideal for your transportation needs, your attention may settle on the 2019 Honda Accord and the 2019 Toyota Camry. A first impression seemingly indicates that these two popular models are similar in most regards. They have similar exterior dimensions and have both entered their current generation within the last few years. However, test driving these cars and comparing the features and design reveals their important differences.

Exterior Design and Features

The Honda Accord’s last major overhaul occurred with last year’s model as a new generation was introduced. Because of this, the exterior style is modern and fresh. It is characterized by a dominant hood with stunning character lines that fades into a fastback-style hood and rear. Sharp LED headlights, as well as a rear spoiler and a shark-fin antenna, add to its gorgeous look. The 2019 Accord is offered in six well-designed trims. While there is a substantial difference in equipment across the trims, you may expect your new Accord to have a one-touch power moonroof, heated and power-adjustable side view mirrors, Smart Entry with Walk Away Auto Lock®, integrated turn signals in the side mirrors and numerous other essentials. The 2019 Camry is available in three trim levels, and its last major body design overhaul occurred with the 2017 model year. While the Accord has a regal, powerful exterior design, the Camry’s exterior is notably sporty. On the front end, the grille and bumper jut forward as the headlights wrap around the sides. This aggressive front end blends into a more traditional sedan profile over the roof and rear. Exterior features in the 2019 Camry include solar-reducing and acoustic glass, a single exhaust portal and 16-inch wheels.

Interior Design and Features

Depending on the trim selected for both of these vehicles, the interior may be decked out with quality cloth or leather material with a few beautiful color options available. Despite comparable exterior dimensions, the Accord provides several additional cubic feet in both the cargo and passenger seating areas. If you decide that a 2019 Accord is the right midsize car for you, your car may provide you with conveniences like a push-button ignition, cruise control, programmable power door locks, auto up-down power windows, speed-sensitive volume control for a standard or premium audio system, Bluetooth® * technology, an automatic climate control system, a USB port and numerous other features. Because the Camry is available in only three trims, the variations in standard equipment across the trims are significant. Standard features in the base Camry for 2019 include a standard climate control system, a USB port, power windows, remote keyless entry and a standard sound system.


The Camry and Accord are both popular cars selected as commuter vehicles and family cars, so safety features understandably require ample research. The 2019 Honda Accord carries Honda Sensing® technology across all trims as standard equipment. The suite gives you low speed following with adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assistance, traffic sign recognition, and a few additional adaptive technologies. Other standard equipment in the Accord includes a tire pressure monitor, numerous advanced airbags, a LATCH system, an anti-theft system, and other features. A basic Toyota Safety Sense feature is found in the lower trims of the 2019 Camry. This primary system includes a lane departure alert with steering assistance and a pre-collision warning with pedestrian detection. The superior driver-assisted technologies in the Toyota Safety Sense suite are standard in the highest trim.

The Accord and Camry for 2019 each have specific features and benefits, but you can see that one model is more well-appointed and modern. To compare performance capabilities, stop by the dealership soon for a test drive.

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