In comparing the Honda Accord Sport's and the Toyota Camry SE's specifications and ratings, the Honda Accord Sport has the advantage in the areas of reliability, resale value, interior volume and overall quality score. The Toyota Camry SE has the advantage in the areas of new vehicle base pricing, typical lower range of pricing for one- to five-year-old used cars, and base engine power. The Honda Accord Sport and Toyota Camry SE have the same fuel efficiency. Based on this comparison of the Honda Accord Sport's and the Toyota Camry SE's specifications and ratings, the Honda Accord Sport is a better car than the Toyota Camry SE.
Honda Accord Sport vs. Toyota Camry SE Pricing
A used 2022 Honda Accord Sport ranges from $27,494 to $35,000 while a used 2022 Toyota Camry SE is priced between $24,462 to $32,609. For a new model, the Honda Accord Sport's price is between $28,313 and $33,606, with the Toyota Camry SE priced between $26,148 and $32,130.
Honda Accord Sport vs. Toyota Camry SE Resale/Retained Value
Looking at the 5-year depreciation rate for both models, the Honda Accord Sport loses 39 percent of its value and the Toyota Camry SE loses 40.7 percent of its value. This means the Honda Accord Sport retains 1.7 percentage points more of its value and has the advantage of higher resale value versus the Toyota Camry SE.
Honda Accord Sport vs. Toyota Camry SE Quality Rating
The iSeeCars Overall Quality rating for the Honda Accord is 9.1 out of 10 while the Toyota Camry's quality rating is 9.0 out of 10. This results in the Honda Accord being ranked 1 out of 13 Best Midsize Cars and the Toyota Camry being ranked 2 out of 13.
Honda Accord Sport vs. Toyota Camry SE Reliability Rating
iSeeCars’ Reliability Rating for the Honda Accord is 9.2 out of 10. For the Toyota Camry the reliability rating is 9.0 out of 10. This gives the Honda Accord a slight advantage in reliability compared to the Toyota Camry.
Engine Power and Fuel Efficiency Comparison
For engine performance, the Honda Accord Sport’s base engine makes 192 horsepower, and the Toyota Camry SE base engine makes 203 horsepower. Both the Sport and the SE are rated to deliver an average of 32 miles per gallon, with highway ranges of 518 and 616 miles respectively. Both models use regular unleaded.
Passenger Space Comparison
While both models are midsize cars, the Honda Accord Sport has the advantage of offering more interior volume, reflected in more front head room, front shoulder room, front leg room, rear shoulder room, rear leg room, and cargo space. The Toyota Camry SE has the advantage in the area of rear head room.
Safety Ratings Comparison
When comparing crash test ratings from NHTSA, both the Honda Accord Sport and the Toyota Camry SE have the same average safety rating of 5 out of 5 Stars.
By midsize sedan standards, the Honda Accord features sleek, fastback exterior
styling that wouldn’t look out of place on a German luxury sport sedan. In
contrast, the Toyota Camry’s styling ranges from rather bland to quite aggressive,
depending on the trim level. Both cars feature spacious, comfortable interiors
with intuitive controls, bright touchscreens, and room for five, but the Honda
Accord is slightly larger, giving it the advantage in terms of interior space and
trunk capacity. Advanced safety and convenience features, including adaptive
cruise control, are either standard or optional on these family sedans. Both are
available with a fuel-efficient gas engine, and an Accord hybrid or Camry hybrid is
also available, though only the Toyota Camry offers a V6 option and all-wheel
drive. Although the driving dynamics of the Camry are much improved from
previous models, it still can’t match the Accord. In terms of ride quality and
overall refinement, the Camry may hold a slight edge, but we’re talking shades of
gray here. While not as roomy or flexible as today’s popular SUVs, these are both
excellent family sedans – you can’t go wrong with either one.