When you’re shopping for a midsize sedan, there are a few models that have created a lasting legacy for many types of drivers. The 2022 Honda Accord continues the Honda brand’s reputation for excellence, thanks to its unrivaled driving dynamics, top-notch fuel economy, and cutting-edge technology. But how does it stack up against its competition? Let’s look at how the 2022 Honda Accord compares to one of its top rivals, the 2022 Toyota Camry.
For a midsize sedan, the 2022 Honda Accord packs some punch. It’s powered by a turbocharged 1.5-liter inline four-cylinder base engine capable of 192 horsepower and 192 lb-ft of torque. But with an upgrade to the Touring trim, you’ll have a souped-up turbocharged 2.0-liter I-4 engine that produces 252 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque. Either way, the 2022 Honda Accord is stronger than your average sedan.
The base engine of the Toyota Camry is limited to 176 horsepower and 163 lb-ft of torque, giving the 2022 Honda Accord the advantage when it comes to raw power. Visit our Honda showroom to get up close and personal with the Honda Accord.
The 2022 Honda Accord is a midsize SUV with plenty of room for up to five, with a roomy cabin and ample rear legroom. For those cold winter mornings, it will keep you warm with standard heated front seats, while Active Noise Cancellation™ keeps your cabin separated from the noise of the open road. For those times when you want to counter the silence with your favorite music, the Honda Accord boasts a 10-speaker premium audio system balanced for supreme sound and acoustics.
The slightly smaller Camry falls short in both interior and audio system quality, making the Honda Accord the more comfortable and enjoyable ride.
Safety and Technology
Inside the 2022 Honda Accord and Toyota Camry, you’ll find many modern amenities designed for both safety and convenience, but one of the two boasts the kinds of features that make all the difference. When you’re behind the wheel of the Honda Accord, you’ll be protected by Honda LaneWatch™, which broadcasts a live view of the right side of your vehicle to the seven-inch touchscreen, for safe merging and turns on the road. It also has a Blind Spot Information System that warns you when another vehicle approaches out of view. The Toyota sedan lacks a feature similar to Honda LaneWatch™, and its blind-spot monitoring system is only offered as optional in base models.
For your convenience, the Honda Accord comes equipped with some standard technology, such as Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, MP3 player, auxiliary audio input, and hands-free communications.
Visit Keyes Honda in Van Nuys, CA
When you’re ready to sit behind the wheel of a 2022 Honda Accord, swing Keyes Honda and let our team take care of you. We’re happy to find the right Honda financing so you can drive off our lot with confidence and satisfaction. Be sure to also check out our Honda specials!