If you’re a Metro Detroit driver shopping for your next car, the 2015 Toyota Camry LE might be on your mind. Its features package is a nice one, and while we do think that the Camry is far from a bad choice for our Detroit drivers, we think that the 2015 Honda Accord can do you a bit better as a mid-size sedan. Let’s take a look at what sets them apart from each other, then you can decide for yourself.
Setting the Standard on Standard Features
The 2015 Honda Accord is one of the best-equipped vehicles in its class, and while Toyota has equipped their sedan with some nice features, it still doesn’t quite compare to the Accord.
Each 2015 Accord comes with the following amenities:
- Honda’s Bluetooth HandsFreeLink for phone and audio streaming
- A Honda-exclusive infotainment system (the i-MID) with 8-inch touchscreen
- A rearview camera with dynamic guidelines (upgrade for a multi-angle camera)
- Steering wheel-mounted controls for phone, audio, and cruise
- Automatic dual-zone climate control
- Standard alloy wheels
Now, Toyota does have some similar features, but even with their 6.1-inch touchscreen interface, the Camry doesn’t get access to the full Entune infotainment system until higher trim levels. The i-MID is one of the most intuitive interfaces we’ve ever seen, and it is only available on Honda vehicles. Put simply, if you want to have the Camry on par with the Accord, you’d have to upgrade it past its entry-level trim.
To top things off, the Accord comes in both a standard four-door sedan as well as a stylish two-door coupe!
Visit a Detroit Area Honda Dealer for More
We want you to see the 2015 Honda Accord for yourself so that you can make the right decision. Visit a Detroit Area Honda Dealer near you and let us put you behind the wheel of the new Accord; we think you’ll agree that it goes beyond what Toyota offers in the Camry—and it’s fun to drive!