Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry

Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry
Honda Accord
Toyota Camry
At a Glance: Accord vs. Camry

Throughout the years, two of the most highly rated sedans offered to drivers have been the Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry. That’s thanks to their overall performance, commitment to safety, and various tech features.

With the 2022 models available, which one is better for your commute around Marlton, Mt Laurel, and Cherry Hill? The Burns Honda team takes a closer look at the 2022 Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry to help you find out.



5 | 5
Accord vs Camry


105.6 cu. ft. | 100.4 cu. ft.
Accord vs Camry


39.5″ | 38.3″
Accord vs Camry
Which is the Right Sedan for You?
Select a category below to learn more about how the Honda Accord compares to the Toyota Camry.
Honda Accord

Both cars provide smooth handling and an overall efficient ride. However, the Honda Accord gets an EPA-estimated 30 city/38 highway MPG with its LX and EX-L trims.1

Efficiency & Capability

When driving around the city, this Honda sedan provides better gas mileage than the Camry, which only earns an EPA-estimated 28 city MPG. However, they both offer an available hybrid engine to improve upon fuel economy.

Part of what helps the Accord get such great gas mileage is its standard continuously variable transmission (CVT). This CVT can adjust on the fly to optimize performance. It also features Sport Mode for even more spirited driving when needed.

The 2022 Camry comes with an 8-speed automatic transmission that has fixed gear ratios, so it doesn’t provide as efficient or as seamless delivery of engine power.

Honda Accord

The Toyota Camry is a comfortable car to drive, offering a variety of features to help you stay relaxed and reduce fatigue while behind the wheel. Ultimately, though, more room is found for all passengers inside the 2022 Honda Accord.

Cabin Space & Dimensions

Here's a quick look at the differences in cabin space:

2022 CAMRY
PASSENGER VOLUME 105.6 cu. ft. 100.4 cu. ft.
FRONT HEADROOM 39.5″ 38.3″
FRONT LEGROOM 42.3″ 42.1″
REAR LEGROOM 40.4″ 38″

You’ll also have more room in the trunk of the Accord to fit luggage, sporting equipment, or any other supplies you need to pack up in your car. That’s because it has 16.7 cubic feet of trunk space, while the Toyota Camry’s trunk has 15.1 cubic feet of cargo volume.

Honda Accord

Both sedans are loaded with driver-assistive features that help you safely drive around the city and along the highway.

Next-Gen Safety Tech

Some of the next-generation technology built into both sedans include systems that can:

  • Help avoid potential frontal collisions
  • Keep your car centered within the lane
  • Detect and display traffic sign information
  • Maintain a safe following distance

The 2022 Honda Accord also comes standard with a multi-angle rearview camera. This lets you choose from three different viewing modes: top-down, wide, and normal. These views will not only help when you’re backing out of the driveway but also when pulling into a garage or parking your car.

Dynamic guidelines further help direct your Honda car exactly where you want it to go. The standard backup camera in the 2022 Camry just comes with the normal viewing mode and without standard dynamic guidelines.

Want to Learn More About the Accord?
Honda Accord
This 2022 Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry comparison shows how both cars excel in a lot of areas, but it ultimately displays the superior performance, comfort, and safety provided by the Accord.
If this sounds like the type of car you want to drive around Marlton, Mt Laurel, and Cherry Hill, then come by Burns Honda to get a closer look. Contact us now to schedule a test drive.
All of the tools you need to move forward with experiencing a new 2022 Accord for yourself are conveniently available right here online.

[1] 30 city/38 highway/33 combined mpg rating for LX and EX-L. 29 city/35 highway/32 combined mpg rating for Sport 1.5T and Special Edition. 22 city/32 highway/26 combined mpg rating for Sport 2.0T and Touring 2.0T. 48 city/47 highway/47 combined mpg rating for Hybrid and Hybrid EX-L. 44 city/41 highway/43 combined mpg rating for Hybrid Sport and Touring. Based on 2022 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery-pack age/condition (hybrid trims), and other factors.