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2017 Toyota Camry vs 2017 Honda Accord in Joliet, IL

When it comes to picking the perfect midsize sedan, sometimes your final decision is made based on the little things that each offer. Here at Thomas Toyota of Joliet, we know that this is so often the case, which could make narrowing your search a tough task. Because of this, we have taken the time to compare the 2017 Toyota Camry vs the 2017 Honda Accord in Joliet, IL, so you can see which choice has more of the features you want.

The first quality we compared is performance, and both the 2017 Toyota Camry and the 2017 Honda Accord come standard with a 4-cylinder powertrain, but the one you’ll find in the Camry is slightly more efficient. With its fuel rating of 24/33 MPG city/hwy1, you’ll leave gas pumps in your rearview mirror. In the Accord, you may need to stop and fill-up more frequently with its rating of 23/32 MPG city/hwy2. For some serious power, both midsize sedans also have available V6 engines, which is found in two trim levels of the Camry, but only one in the Accord.

Our 2017 Toyota Camry vs 2017 Honda Accord in Joliet, IL, comparison also takes a look at which choice gives you more features aimed towards convenience. For starters, only the Camry comes standard with heated side mirrors, which is sure to come in handy when that Midwest winter storm strikes. You’ll have to drive a top trim level of the Accord to find heated side mirrors. The same can be said for keyless entry, which is standard in the Camry, but only in top trims of the Accord. This lets you simply unlock the driver’s door with a simple grasp of the door handle, while your keys stay tucked away in your purse or pocket.

There are convenient features on the inside, too. To get comfortable in seconds, the 2017 Camry has a power-adjustable driver’s seat, which eliminates fumbling with a lever. You’ll only find a power-adjustable driver’s seat in top trims of the 2017 Accord. Plus, only the Camry gives you versatility in the form of standard rear seats with 60/40 split and folding functionality. So, when you’re trying to load in luggage to Midway, you might run into some trouble in the Accord, which only has a 60/40 split-folding seats in the Sport trim level and above.

In terms of technology, the Toyota Camry pumps out your favorite songs through six standard speakers, while the Honda Accord only comes with a standard 4-speaker sound system. To hear even more bass, the Camry can be equipped with 10 JBL® GreenEdge™ premium speakers, while the top number of speakers you’ll find in the Accord is only eight. Additionally, you’ll only find the Qi-compatible wireless charging station3 available in the Camry, so you can keep your smartphone’s battery at 100 percent without the mess of cords. And, only the Camry comes standard with a touchscreen display, the central screen on the Accord isn’t able to be used with just a simple touch of your fingers.

Don’t forget the little details when shopping for the perfect midsize sedan. Here at Thomas Toyota of Joliet, we hope that our side-by-side look at the 2017 Toyota Camry vs the 2017 Honda Accord in Joliet, IL, has shown you which choice is better for you. To see the Camry up close and personal, stop by today to take one for a test drive. 

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2 Based on 2017 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.


3 Qi wireless charging may not be compatible with all mobile phones, MP3/WMA players and like models. When using the wireless charging system, avoid placing metal objects between the wireless charger and the mobile device when charging is active. Doing so may cause metal objects to become hot and could cause burns. To prevent damage to devices, do not leave the devices in the vehicle. Temperature inside may become high, resulting in damage to the device.