Toyota Camry in Warner Robins

The Toyota Camry Meets Four Worthy Competitors in a Far-Reaching Lowe Toyota Comparative Review

If you're anything like the average car shopper, you will want to take a look at a number of sedans before arriving at a decision. And that is something we promote here at Lowe Toyota, with a five-car comparative analysis ready for you to take in and digest. We've decided to put one of our most popular showroom stars, the new 2018 Toyota Camry, up against four segment-matching competition in the Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Chevy Malibu and Kia Optima. After assessing what you find out about these vehicles and their differences, from performance to features and beyond, we hope to meet you here in our Warner Robins showroom to continue the conversation!

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Toyota Camry LE vs. Honda Accord EX

  • The 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine of the Toyota Camry produces an EPA-estimated 28 miles per gallon combined fuel economy, which will lead to fewer gas stations trips than with the 26 miles per gallon combined offerings of the Honda Accord
  • The Camry offers more front head room to help you maintain your own space while driving, as your guests can look forward to more rear head, leg and shoulder room in addition
  • Entune™ infotainment in the Camry includes voice recognition, a way to play all of your favorite music and stay connected on the move with your loved ones. This isn't an offering that the Honda Accord makes available
  • A standard premium radio and optional navigation system with the Camry both aren't available in this competing sedan

Toyota Camry LE vs. Nissan Altima 2.5

  • Entune™ infotainment in the Toyota Camry includes features such as Siri® Eyes Free, music streaming and hands-free calling to make your travel more comfortable and digitally centered. The same can't be said for the Nissan Altima model when comparing the two
  • Standard cruise control in the Camry allows you to time your commutes on the interstate perfectly, while you won't be able to access this setting in the Altima
  • Standard power driver's seat allow you to adjust based off your personal comfort preferences for the day. Get used to the seat how it is in the Nissan model
  • The optional navigation system and a moon roof are luxuries that you don't necessarily have to move up in trim level to enjoy in the Camry. You will be required to make this move in the competition
  • With five stars in overall crash test ratings and a five star rating for overall side barrier, you can trust the safety design of the Camry. The Altima scored just four stars in the latter category, not quite measuring up
  • Space is a luxury that you can confidently enjoy in the Camry. With more rear head, leg and shoulder room, you likely won't hear many complaints from your friends in the back seats on a weekend drive. The front shoulder room advantage allows both drivers and front passengers to settle rather quickly as well

Toyota Camry LE vs. Chevy Malibu L

  • The 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine in the Camry will be the preferred powertrain of the two when in the midst of heavy traffic or a situation where power needs to be depended upon. This engine boasts 178 horsepower, beating the 160 horsepower that the Malibu model can offer
  • standard power driver's seat in the Camry means that your comfort doesn't just hinge upon how you feel for the day, with a standard CD player to plug in your favorite discs and enjoy the drive. Neither of these features are available in the Malibu
  • Planning a trip to a new area? You will want navigation to guide you, and you have this option for the Camry model. But you won't find this available in the Malibu L, meaning you will have to move up in both price and trim level to locate an alternative
  • Entune™ infotainment in the Toyota Camry turns the cockpit of your car into a digital suite, with access to features such as music streaming, navigation, voice-activated control and much more. You won't feel the same connectivity when seated in the Chevy model
  • Your guests will surely appreciate the additional rear leg and head space that the Camry comes with over the Malibu

Toyota Camry LE vs. Kia Optima EX

  • With the 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine underneath the hood of the Camry, you can enjoy better city and highway fuel economy than the Kia Optima can offer. With an EPA-estimated 25 miles per gallon city and 35 miles per gallon highway, both your trips around town and with commutes on the interstate can come without any customary delays
  • The Camry comes with more front head room and rear shoulder space than the Kia Optima. And with over three more inches of rear leg room, your guests will appreciate not feeling cramped when they decide to accompany you
  • A standard premium radio in the Camry makes your music come to life in a major way, while your expectations must be tempered with this feature being unavailable in the Optima
  • Need a plug-in to keep your devices charged at all times? The standard 12 v power outlet that comes with the Camry can take care of this for you. But this isn't an available feature for the Kia sedan
When a sedan can beat out one comparable model, you know that there are some characteristics that you will want to explore further. But when it can beat out four different cars on a range of different criteria, you realize that the daily driver of your dreams sits before your very eyes. Here at Lowe Toyota, we would love to detail more of the reasons that we believe the Toyota Camry makes for such a great option. A test drive of this new Toyota model is also easy for us to arrange for you!