Compare 2018 Toyota Camry Annapolis

 

How Does the 2018 Toyota Camry Compare to the Competition?

If you are in the market for a new vehicle, then you have likely been conducting extensive research so you can find a vehicle that is just right for you. There are a lot of elements to consider, after all -- pricing, performance, features, and more.

Here at Koons Annapolis Toyota, we pride ourselves on providing drivers with the information they need to make an informed purchasing decision. That is why we have compared one of our most popular models -- the 2018 Toyota Camry -- with the competition.





 
 

2018 Toyota Camry vs 2018 Honda Accord

There are a couple of important differences to consider when comparing these two vehicles; these differences speak to the driving style, and the benefits of each model.

  • When it comes to affordability, the 2018 Toyota Camry has a lower starting MSRP ($23,495) than the 2018 Honda Accord ($23,570).
  • The 2018 Toyota Camry provides you with up to 41 highway mpg, while the 2018 Honda Accord offers only up to 38 highway mpg.
  • The 2018 Toyota Camry offers you some important features, like manual front passenger seat adjustment, an auxiliary audio input, and distance pacing cruise control, which are not available with the 2018 Honda Accord.
  • Both of these vehicles have similar levels of fuel efficiency.

Essentially what all of this means is that you can get more efficiency, similar levels of power, and some important standard features with the 2018 Toyota Camry, all for a lower price than the 2018 Honda Accord.

2018 Toyota Camry vs 2018 Nissan Altima

There are plenty of reasons to consider a new Toyota Camry over a Nissan Altima, and our staff is here to point out exactly what sets the former apart.

  • The standard engine at the heart of the 2018 Toyota Camry has received a boost to 203-horsepower, which is superior to the 179-horsepower engine of the Nissan Altima. If that's not enough, the 301-horsepower V6 is available as well. The top engine option of the Altima only peaks at 270-horsepower.
  • Not only do the engines of the Camry feature a stronger performance, but they boast a more efficient gas mileage than the Altima. Its EPA-estimated 28 city and 39 highway mpg might barely edge out the Altima's 27 city and 38 highway mpg, but by doing so it is one of the most fuel-efficient models in its class.
  • The Toyota Camry put a greater emphasis on its interior quality with top-notch materials, easy-to-reach controls, and plenty of upscale additions across its trim levels - courtesy of its recent redesign. As a result, the Altima comes off as outdated with a less impressive cabin space.
  • A large part of what makes the Camry's interior impressive is its list of features. Its Entune infotainment system is user-friendly on its standard 7-inch touchscreen, incorporating Siri Eyes Free and Google voice commands for a greater display of convenience. The Altima, on the other hand, struggles with a less intuitive infotainment system on a smaller display with less compatible features.
  • While the Altima received a five-star overall rating from the NHTSA, it didn't earn a perfect score on every test like the Toyota Camry. That's because the Camry comes with Toyota's Safety Sense P, complete with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with steering assist, adaptive cruise control, and more.



 

Want to See This Vehicle In Person?

If you would like to learn more about the 2018 Toyota Camry, or if you have any questions about its abilities, we invite you to visit us at Koons Annapolis Toyota, located in Annapolis, MD. Our team is here to assist you with all of your needs.

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