2017 Honda Accord vs. 2017 Nissan Altima vs. 2017 Toyota Camry
Competition amongst midsize vehicles is fierce. Car manufacturers are constantly trying to outdo, outperform, and outmaneuver one another. Lucky for you, the car buyer gets to reap all the benefits of that competition. At the end of the day, there are a lot of great mid-size vehicles for you to choose from. Especially if you are considering Honda, Nissan, or Toyota. Let us show you exactly what we mean in this 2017 Honda Accord vs. 2017 Nissan Altima vs. 2017 Toyota Camry comparison..
Each of these models is impressive in their own right. With four doors, and plenty of room for five passengers they have a lot in common too. They are all front-wheel drive vehicles from auto manufacturers with reputations for making reliable vehicles. As far as styling is concerned, each car takes its own direction. The Accord is sharp and stealthy, the Altima is bold and aggressive, and the Camry is sleek and stylish. Picking between these three vehicles may prove difficult.
|2017 Honda Accord||2017 Nissan Altima||2017 Toyota Camry|
|Legroom||42.5” Front 38.5” Rear||45” Front 36.1” Rear||41.6” Front 38.1” Rear|
|Luggage Capacity||15.8 Cubic Feet||15.4 Cubic Feet||15.4 Cubic Feet|
|Sunroof||Not Available||Not Available||Available|
|New Inventory||New Inventory||New Inventory|
Accord, Altima, and Camry features and options
On the entertainment front, all three of these vehicles feature available audio displays with Bluetooth, Pandora, CD player, and more. When it comes to convenience, the Accord provides available remote start, the Camry has heated mirrors as an option, and the Altima features a keyless access system standard.
If the transmission of your car is important to you, than there are a few other considerations you should make. The Accord and the Altima have efficient 2-speed CVTs connecting their engines to their wheels, whereas the Camry has a 6-speed automatic with overdrive and a manual mode. However, if you prefer a regular manual transmission, then the Accord has a manual transmission option alongside its CVT.
Ultimately your choice will have to come down to preference. Some of that preference may come from purely an aesthetic point of view, but to pick a true winner, you are going to have to drive one or all of these amazing vehicles.
Don’t worry, you don’t have to go driving all over the place, because Continental Motorsports works with all three of these prestigious brands. Our Honda, Nissan, and Toyota dealerships are all located on La Grange Road in the Countryside and Hodgkins area, where we proudly serve all of Chicagoland, Illinois. Schedule a test drive today!