The 2018/2019 Accord and Camry have been updated and both are strong contenders in the mid-size sedan market. Which is better? We break down the numbers in a new series, we're calling The Shootout.

Note that both Accord and Camry were all-new for 2018 and both had only minor revisions for 2019.

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    • Pits n Pistols
      Pits n Pistols

      I love my XSE in wind chill pearl! A 2.5 4 cylinder with 206 HP on sports mode! Both are nice cars, but after test driving them I fell in love with the Camry!

      about 2 days ago
    • Dimitri D
      Dimitri D

      When you compare Driving experience honda and toyota honda wins

      about 4 days ago
    • JOSE DOMINGUEZ
      JOSE DOMINGUEZ

      I got a camry 41 mpg no fit and finish issues you can turn a blind eye on it look at forum on Honda ppl are complaining about it as a matter of fact Honda start cutting accord production becouse serious problems fit and finish radar problems gas in oil you name it stop being so biased some ppl are relying on your info

      about 9 days ago
    • JOSE DOMINGUEZ
      JOSE DOMINGUEZ

      You put tow diferent card had to be xse V6 makes 5.7 o to 60

      about 9 days ago
    • JOSE DOMINGUEZ
      JOSE DOMINGUEZ

      Not to mention gas in oil 😂😂😂😩

      about 9 days ago
    • JOSE DOMINGUEZ
      JOSE DOMINGUEZ

      Honda is a copy of Audi shame on you

      about 9 days ago
    • JOSE DOMINGUEZ
      JOSE DOMINGUEZ

      You are so biased as usual camry beats accord I got one

      about 9 days ago
    • YAAASolid
      YAAASolid

      I have watched about 10 camry vs accord videos and accord always comes up top LOL

      about 13 days ago
    • California Phantom
      California Phantom

      People keep shitting on this idea that small turbo engines are inherently bad. There is no evidence to support this. It’s quite the contrary. It’s all about keeping maintenance.
      https://www.designnews.com/electronics-test/are-small-displacement-turbo-engines-reliable-long-term/210258542158513

      about 16 days ago
    • pat K
      pat K

      I bought the 2.0T, 10 speed Touring model in Nov. 18'. I used my Sams plus car buying service and paid $ 31.5K. Couldn't touch the Camry XSE for that number.

      about 18 days ago
    • Dhritiman Sharma
      Dhritiman Sharma

      Mid size? These are very large sedans.

      about 29 days ago
    • Jibu Thomas
      Jibu Thomas

      Anyways Toyota is the best

      about 29 days ago
    • john lee
      john lee

      Both are good 👍 ...hope to see both in 2040

      about 1 month ago
    • Jkrui
      Jkrui

      turbo4 will never last as much as Na V6...

      about 1 month ago
    • Mike Reese
      Mike Reese

      Toyota Camry better car.

      about 1 month ago
    • Allah is enough.
      Allah is enough.

      Agreed

      about 1 month ago
    • Itxel Fletes
      Itxel Fletes

      I have a 2008 honda accord coupe and bought it with a rebuilt title. Still driving it 3 yrs ago with about 105k miles on it. I only do oil change every 3000 miles and that's it. Love this car. Toyota great cars but i will never ever again change a honda for a toyota. Hondas last yrs n yrs with just oil change trust me! Honda lover here!

      about 1 month ago
    • Krishnabahdur Krishna
      Krishnabahdur Krishna

      Toyota a bit out dated on technology. .

      about 1 month ago
    • Darío Díaz de León
      Darío Díaz de León

      a mi me parece que trabajas para honda

      about 1 month ago
    • cz luver
      cz luver

      Camry has recalls for piston rings, fuel injectors, and fuel rail. Look it up.

      about 2 months ago
    • Tam Simon
      Tam Simon

      Accord is much younger and sporty look than the camry

      about 2 months ago
    • Ryan Littleton
      Ryan Littleton

      Can't we all just get along?

      about 2 months ago
    • Aditya Sharma
      Aditya Sharma

      I agree with you conclusions for your just being very open honest and not promoting favoritism . Its Honda Accord that looks better of the two .

      about 2 months ago
    • Michael Johnson
      Michael Johnson

      I am an alignment specialist the Camry is much easier to do the rear alignment then the Honda. The interest is cheaper too over the Honda.

      about 2 months ago
    • arya bagus
      arya bagus

      Accord of course 😙

      about 2 months ago
    • Brandon Banner
      Brandon Banner

      I definitely agree with you. Honda is by far the winner for me, additionally, you said that the configurable tachometer was available on upper trims, but its available on all trims.

      about 3 months ago
    • Ихтиёр Ахтамов
      Ихтиёр Ахтамов

      Хонда 👍

      about 3 months ago
    • Brent Beardsley
      Brent Beardsley

      Camry's naturally aspirated engine will go 300,000 miles. I doubt the Accord turbo would even come close. It's easy. If you want a sporty ride go with the Honda. If you want to have the car for 20 years go with the Camry. Used to be a Honda guy but believe in Toyota now. Don't trust turbos but Camry is proven.

      about 3 months ago
    • Johnny Bravo
      Johnny Bravo In reply to Brent Beardsley

      Brent Beardsley My cousin bought a brand new 2011 Camry, It was piece of crap and he was constantly going to dealerships for new issues, had the transmission mounts replaced, it user to jerk while driving... He eventually sold it and bought a Honda Accord... and that accord is still running fine till date. Plus, Camry’s interior looks cheap grade aa compared to Accord.

      about 1 month ago
    • Brent Beardsley
      Brent Beardsley In reply to Brent Beardsley

      +Johnny Bravo I have a 2008 Accord with 105,000 miles. Had a VTC accuator replaced by Honda at 58,000. Had a front seat bolster and shell replaced-Honda paid half-my portion was $300. Excessive oil consumption. Had to badger Honda for a year and a half. They finally decided they would go halves on a new ring job. My portion was $900. Finally have the engine working good. Just found rear wheel rust. I've had 3 previous Hondas and considered myself a Honda fan. Not anymore. I have a 2004 Toyota Sienna minivan we bought when the kids were young for sporting events and practices. Has 170,000 miles and oild still looks like honey after 5000 miles. NO RUST WHATSOEVER! May end up being the best vehicle I've ever owned. So, yeah I'm sure I will have it for 20 years. No car payments for 15 years feels pretty nice. Enjoy your Accord, I am team Toyota from now on.

      about 1 month ago
    • Johnny Bravo
      Johnny Bravo In reply to Brent Beardsley

      Brent Beardsley Ain’t nobody wants to keep the car for 20 years. Accord looks way better than camry

      about 1 month ago
    • Ruben Ramirez
      Ruben Ramirez

      I wonder how long the accords tubo will last and how much will it cost to fix.

      about 3 months ago
    • S. D. H.
      S. D. H.

      I wouldn't buy either one, to be honest, for different reasons - and both have lame styling IMO. Also, Honda today isn't the quality/reliability-minded company that Honda was 20 years ago. They are average at best today. Enjoy the crap Honda GDI/Turbo engines & the cheap-to-build crap, generic, low-quality Honda push-belt CVT. Honda could never even get right the regular automatics most of the time back in the day, which is why the only decent Honda cars before their CVT & GDI/Turbo stupidity were their manuals with naturally-aspirated VTEC engines that they made (which I drove plenty of back in the day - both Honda & Acura versions).

      about 3 months ago