Getting the Most for Your Money – The Toyota Camry vs. Honda Accord

If you are in the market for an economical family sedan that is also fun to drive, chances are both the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord are on your short list. Both vehicles have a lot to offer, including excellent fuel economy, solid resale value and great reliability. In many important ways, however, the Toyota Camry comes out on top. Here are some things to consider when performing a head to head comparison of the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord.
 
New Styling for the New Century
For the latest model year the Toyota Camry incorporates a number of changes drivers are sure to love, including a redesigned interior with more cabin space and greater comfort, a superior instrument panel and set of gauges and more stylish taillights for a sleeker and smarter look. There are also a number of new safety features, including a rear-view camera and automatic headlights for easier driving after dark.
 
Unlike the newly redesigned and revamped Toyota Camry, the latest version of the Honda Accord is largely unchanged from previous years. The Honda Accord is not a bad car, but it does lack the new features of the Toyota Camry.
 
Legendary Resale Value
No matter how much  you love your new car, chances are you will part with it someday. When that day comes, you will want to get as much for your money as possible, and the Toyota Camry is a winner in this regard as well.
 
Both the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord are safe and reliable cars, but over the years the Camry has developed a strong reputation for resale value. If you want to recoup the most from your automotive investment, the Toyota Camry is the clear choice.
 
Excellent Fuel Economy
Drivers in the market for a new Toyota Camry or Honda Accord are no doubt looking for a family sedan that is economical to own yet fun to drive. The Toyota Camry delivers the goods on both fronts, with some of the best fuel economy ratings in its class.
 
When equipped with the popular 178-horsepower 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine, the Toyota Camry gets an impressive 25 mpg in stop and go city driving and an even better 35 mpg on the highway. That is a combined driving estimate of 28 mpg, making the Toyota Camry one of the most economical family sedans available today.
 
Safety for the Most Demanding Driver
Safety is a major consideration for the modern driver, and both the Toyota  Camry and the Honda Accord offer advanced features designed to prevent crashes and keep drivers and passengers safe behind the wheel. Both vehicles performed well in previous crash tests, but the Toyota Camry offers a number of special features designed with driver safety in mind.
 
Features like automatic headlights are designed to make nighttime driving safer and less challenging, while the rear-view camera allows drivers to park with ease, prevent crashes and avoid obstacles when backing up.
 
All in all, the Toyota Camry represents the better value for drivers who need an economical and reliable family sedan. Just head down to Royal Palm Toyota today to see what the newest Camry has to offer.

Getting the Most for Your Money – The 2016 Toyota Corolla vs. the 2016 Honda Civic

If you are in the market for a new compact sedan at an affordable price, you probably have both the 2016 Toyota Corolla and the 2016 Honda Civic on your shopping list. While both of these vehicles are worthy contenders and have some excellent things to offer, the Toyota Corolla comes out on top in a number of important categories.
 
From safety and standard features to engine performance and total cost of ownership, the 2016 version of the popular Corolla has a number of important benefits Honda and other manufacturers simply cannot match. Here are a few reasons you might want to move the 2016 Toyota Corolla to the top of your new car shopping list.
 
Improved Handling for Better Safety
Toyota has made a number of important changes to its iconic Corolla sedan, including improvements to the handling of the vehicle and enhancements for better driver and passenger safety. Some of the changes to the Corolla were first introduced last year, but they remain just as valuable as the 2016 models start rolling into dealer showrooms.
 
Superior Storage Space
Anyone who has ever owned or ridden in a compact car knows that storage space is often at a premium. Toyota has heard those complaints and responded to them in kind, and the newest version of its iconic Corolla sedan features one of the spacious storage areas on the market today.
 
Specifically the 2016 Toyota Corolla offers one of the biggest and most spacious trunks in its class, with some 13 cubic feet of cargo space. No matter what you have to store, chances are it will fit in the spacious trunk of your new Corolla.
 
The Honda Civic, on the other hand, has a markedly smaller trunk. If you need space to store your stuff, the 2016 Toyota Corolla clearly comes out on top.
 
A Sportier Look and Feel
Both the Toyota Corolla and the Honda Civic try to look sporty, but the 2016 Corolla comes out on top in this category as well. For 2016 the Corolla retains its sleek lines and sporty appearance, but it also has the engine and power train to back it up.
 
For 2016 the Toyota Corolla includes a powerful engine with plenty of power. That engine comes paired with a smooth yet crisp 6-speed transmission for exceptional responsiveness and driving fun. There is even a sporty paddle shifter that will please even the most demanding driving enthusiast.
 
If you are in the market for a car that is fun to drive, responsive to your commands and designed for safety from the ground up, you might want to head down to your Royal Palm Toyota and give the newest version of the Corolla a test drive. The Toyota Corolla gets a number of upgrades and enhancements for the 2016 model year – changes that drivers of all ages are sure to appreciate. While the 2016 Honda Civic remains a worthy competitor, the excellent standard features, safety enhancements and other upgrades clearly make the 2016 Toyota Corolla the better choice.