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For many years, the Toyota Camry has been a trusted choice in midsize sedans, for its outstanding fuel efficiency, safety, and comfortable interior. However, the midsize sedan class is heated, with several competitors rising to meet the demands of today's consumers. We want to show you how the Camry takes on the competition so let us tell you about how this sedan stands tall against its top challengers: the Kia K5, Honda Accord, and Nissan Altima. You will find the new Toyota Camry for sale or lease at Gullo Toyota of Conroe.

Toyota Camry vs Honda Accord

  • Performance: While the Honda Accord's standard engine might be turbocharged, it ultimately falls short of the Camry when it comes to horsepower, generating 192-horserpoweer to the Camry's 202. The Camry also comes available with a more powerful Vt6n engine to crank up the performance, while the Accord only offers one standard engine.
  • Drivetrain: Unlike many non-luxury sedans, the Honda Accord does not come available with all-wheel-drive, which is an option on the Toyota Camry.
  • Entertainment/Convenience: The standard audio systems of both these sedans offer smartphone compatibility with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. However, drivers with Amazon Alexa will find themselves more at home with the Toyota Camry as the infotainment system of our sedan supports these home devices.
  • Safety: Fort a little extra protection, all Toyota Camry trims are compatible with Toyota Safety Connect features, including Stolen Vehicle Locator and Automatic Collision Notification. The HondaLink app offers some similar features, but no stolen vehicle recovery app. Shoppers who choose the Accord must also upgrade to a higher trim to enjoy the HondaLink app.

Toyota Camry vs Nissan Altima

  • Fuel Economy: The Nissan Altima and Toyota Camry are well-matched when it comes to fuel economy in their standard combustion engines. However, drivers looking for a bit more efficiency can check out the Camry Hybrid, available here in Conroe, TX. As of now, the Altima is still unavailable as a hybrid. Like the Camry, the Altima does also come available with all-wheel-drive.
  • Safety: While Nissan Intelligent Mobility Technologies are quite similar to those of the Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+ suite, there are a couple notable exceptions. The standard Traffic Sigh Recognition (TSR) and Lane Tracing Assist (LTA) of the Toyota Camry are unavailable on the Nissan Altima.
  • Performance: The standard four-cylinder engine of the gas-powered Camry offers much more pep, generating 202-horsepower and 182 pound-feet of torque. The Nissan Altima's standard engine generates up to 180 pound-feet of torque and 188-horsepower in total.
  • Exterior: The Camry comes fully standard with LED headlights and taillights, which help illuminate the path more fully with less energy consumption. The base S trim of the Altima continues to use more outdated halogen bulbs, with LEDs only available on select trims.

Toyota Camry vs Kia K5

  • Drivetrain: The Kia K5 does not come available with all-wheel-drive on any of its trims, whereas, this adaptable drivetrain is available on any trim of the new Toyota Camry.
  • Performance: While the Kia K5 does offer a more powerful engine on select trims, its entry-level turbocharged engine falls short in performance, generating 180-horsepower to the Toyota Camry's 202-horsepower four-cylinder engine.
  • Safety: Both of these sedans feature a number of evenly-matched safety features through their respective driver-assist suites. However, the Kia SDrive Wise features of the K5 do not offer an app comparable to the Traffic Sign Recognition app standard on the Camry. Likewise, the K5 does not feature front knee airbags, unlike the Toyota Camry.
  • Convenience: For your added convenience, all trims of the Camry are compatible with Amazon Alexa devices and come standard with Toyota Safety Connect®, which you can download in the app store. The Kia K5 offers a similar UVO telematics system, but only as an added feature on select trims. The Kia 5 does not support Amazon Alexa devices at this time.

Test Drive the Toyota Camry Today

The choice remains- which is right for you? The performance, drivetrain options, and available hybrid variant already put the Camry at an advantage over most of its challengers. If you want to enjoy more performance, more features, and more safety for a comparable price, then you want the new Toyota Camry. Visit us here at Gullo Toyota of Conroe to test drive this new midsize sedan and see what it has in store for you. See you soon!

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