Camry or Accord? what are the pro's and cons? need gas effiecient and low maintenance. I have currently driven a Volvo XC 70 for the last 10 years.

Asked by Mar 29, 2016 at 01:00 PM about the Toyota Camry

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Looking for owner feedback on the Toyota Camry versus the Honda Accord.  
What is the most cost efficient vehicle to own, but yet offers a comfortable
ride.

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Personally I would go with the Accord if your looking for the ride quality, not as efficient as the Toyota, but well worth it. Owned an Accord in my days. But as with everything it had to be retired when it finally gave up at some unknown mileage, but it was way up there.

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I had a 1995 Honda Accord for 19 years and 150,000 miles. It's more of a driver's car and should handle better than the Camry. I would say that most Camry's that I have been in are a little quieter and have a softer ride. Your choice, they're both great cars.

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