We review key differences between the Toyota Camry SE and the Honda Accord Sport 1.5-Turbo CVT. Let’s see how these two four-door sedans stack up against one another in this age-old rivalry. Camry has 10 airbags, including rear seat-mounted side airbags, while Accord has eight airbags. All Camry models come with a one-year trial of Safety Connect, while HondaLink’s comparable Security Services are only available on Accord Touring. SiriusXM with three-month All Access trial comes on every Camry, whereas the same feature is only available on the Accord Sport 2.0-Turbo model. Camry SE can be equipped with the available $965 Audio Upgrade Package, which includes a one-year trial of Remote Connect. HondaLink’s comparable Remote Services are only offered on Accord Touring. Camry SE can be equipped with the available $600 Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert option. Honda’s comparable Blind Spot Information System with Cross Traffic Monitor is only available on Accord EX and above. Now consider that Camry SE also has a 203-horsepower engine, an EPA-estimated 506-mile driving range, and an available power tilt/slide moonroof, plus, the ToyotaCare Maintenance Plan, and its obvious why Camry’s winning streak hasn’t been broken.
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