Compare The New 2017 Toyota Camry vs Honda, Hyundai, Ford, & Nissan in Oakland, CA

The 2017 Toyota Camry vs the 2017 Honda Accord & Hyundai Sonata

With so much competition in the mid-size sedan segment, it can be a little daunting to begin your search for the perfect car. However, if you ask us here at One Toyota of Oakland, the 2017 Toyota Camry deserves to be at the top of your must-have list, and we're going to prove it too! In the details below, you'll see how the 2017 Camry compares to two main rivals: the 2017 Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata, and Nissan Altima, and explore point-by-point how the Camry boasts superiority inside and out.


Versus Honda Accord

The 2017 Toyota Camry vs. the 2017 Honda Accord

  • The base engine in the Toyota Camry boasts higher fuel economy than the Honda Accord, both in the city and on the highway, keeping you rolling longer no matter where you are.
  • The Camry comes standard with a 6-speed shiftable automatic transmission, offering more versatility in your engagement than the Accord's standard 6-speed manual transmission; whether you want to actively shift or just relax and let the engine do the work, the Camry has you covered.
  • With standard power seats and available navigation and a power glass sunroof in the base Camry trim, the Accord demands you to pick higher trim levels to get these features.
  • Your taller passengers will love that the Camry offers more rear head, shoulder, and leg room than the Accord can offer.
  • According to Edmunds.com, the overall 5-Year Ownership Costs of the Camry are more affordable than that of the Accord, saving you money in the long-term.
  • The base Accord offers a measly 2 exterior colors and 1 interior color choice; the Camry, on the other hand, boasts 8 exterior colors and 3 interior colors so you can get the exact color scheme you need to express your personality.
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Versus Hyundai Sonata

The 2017 Toyota Camry vs. the 2017 Hyundai Sonata

  • Offering standard power seats and available navigation and a power sunroof in the base Camry model, the Sonata demands you choose higher trim levels to get these features.
  • Your taller passengers will be delighted to discover that the Camry offers more rear head, shoulder, and leg room than the Sonata, making even the longest trip more comfortable.
  • According to Edmunds.com, the Average Consumer Ratings for the Camry are higher in the Interior category, ensuring you'll love the sophisticated atmosphere every time you climb inside.
  • The Camry offers more interior color options than the Sonata so you can get the perfect color scheme to match your personality.
  • Upgrade to the highest trim levels - the Camry XSE 3.5-liter V6 and the Sonata Limited 2.0T - and you'll find the Camry offers a considerably more affordable MSRP; much more horsepower; leather and suede seating (compared to the Sonata's leather and cloth seating); alloy wheels (compared to the Sonata's painted alloy wheels); considerably more rear leg room; a higher Average Consumer Rating in the Interior category; and more exterior color options, many of which are more vibrant and fun to look at.
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Versus Nissan Altima

Compare the 2017 Toyota Camry to the Nissan Altima in Oakland

What kinds of features and qualities do you expect out of a midsized sedan? Whatever you come up with, we're confident the new 2017 Toyota Camry will satisfy your needs and wants. You'll find the best setup for you in the new Camry here at our Oakland, CA Toyota dealership serving San Francisco, Hayward, Berkeley and the Bay Area, but before visiting, you might want to see this quick comparison. Like all our new Toyota models, the Camry bests the competition, and we'll show you why.

Here we're comparing the new Camry in its base LE edition against the S trim of the new 2017 Nissan Altima. Beyond the clear advantages the Camry holds over the Altima, you'll also find it's easy to figure out your new Toyota leasing or financing options here in Oakland. Combining great new cars with the best customer service around means choosing the new Toyota Camry is clearly a smart choice. Visit us sometime in the near future so you can take a quick test drive in the new Camry, and that will be all the research you'll need in order to make the best choice.

2017 Toyota Camry vs. 2017 Nissan Altima Comparison in Oakland

  • Like all new Toyotas from this model year, the Camry offers a generous package of standard safety features such as lane-departure warning and a pre-collision system. That level of safety is only found in more expensive trim levels of the new Altima.
  • The Camry offers an optional sunroof, which isn't available in the Altima.
  • The Camry provides a more spacious cabin compared to the Altima, so both front and rear seat passengers will be more comfortable.
  • If you like the Camry but want better fuel efficiency, there's a hybrid version available, while the Altima is solely a gas-powered sedan.
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Versus Ford Fusion

Comparing the 2017 Toyota Camry to the Ford Fusion

We here at One Toyota of Oakland believe that drivers from all over the Oakland, San Francisco, Hayward, Berkeley, and the Bay Area deserve all the details and facts necessary to make the right driving decision; when you choose to shop with us at our Oakland, CA dealership, you'll find comparisons on our website that shows how our models compare to their rivals. Below, we welcome you to see how the 2017 Toyota Camry compares to one of its main competitors: the 2017 Ford Fusion. Take your time reading the information and discover how the Camry knocks the socks off the Ford Fusion.

Performance

  • The 2017 Toyota Camry's base engine offers 178 horsepower, outmuscling the 2017 Ford Fusion's base engine hitting 175 horsepower.
  • The base Camry engine offers an EPA-estimated 24 mpg city, outclassing the base Fusion engine's EPA-estimated 21 mpg city.
  • Similarly, the Camry's EPA-estimated 33 mpg highway is better than the Fusion's EPA-estimated 32 mpg highway.

Technology and Safety

  • The Camry has earned a 5-Star rating on the NHTSA's Front Passenger Crash Test Rating, considerably better than the Fusion's 3-Star rating.
  • Standard features in the Camry - such as a multi-adjustable power seat, an outside temperature gauge, and heated exterior mirrors - are not offered as standard on the Fusion.
  • Optional features in the Camry - such as Satellite Radio and a power moonroof - aren't available on the standard Fusion.
  • The Camry's standard 6-speaker audio system provides a more immersive music experience than the Fusion's standard 4-speaker audio system.

Trims and Options

  • The Camry offers four trim levels - LE, SE, XLE, and XSE. The Fusion also offers eight trim levels - S FWD, SE FWD, Titanium FWD, Platinum FWD, SE AWD, Titanium AWD, Platinum AWD, and Sport AWD - which considerably muddies your options compared to the Camry.
  • At the highest trim levels - the Camry XSE and the Fusion Platinum AWD - you'll find that the Camry boasts a lower starting price, higher EPA-estimated city and highway fuel economies, more horsepower in the engine, more rear head and leg room for passenger comfort, the same higher NHTSA crash rating, a lower height for a sportier profile, and a lighter weight for a more nimble feel.
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Versus Kia Optima

Comparing the 2018 Toyota Camry to the Kia Optima in Oakland, CA

There are a lot of mid-size sedans out there to choose from but, if you ask us here at One Toyota of Oakland, the Toyota Camry definitely deserves to be at the very top of your must-drive list. We welcome all drivers in San Francisco, Hayward, Berkeley, and the Bay Area to come out to visit us at our Oakland, CA dealership and explore the Camry but, before you do, see how it compares to a main competitor below. One look at the 2018 Camry vs. the Kia Optima and you'll know that a Toyota model is the right decision.

Performance

  • The base 2018 Toyota Camry's standard engine kicks out a powerful 203 horsepower, while the base 2018 Kia Optima's standard engine only offers 185 horsepower.
  • The 2018 Camry's standard engine also provides 184 lb-ft of torque, while the 2018 Optima's standard engine only hits 178 lb-ft of torque.
  • The standard 8-speed shiftable automatic transmission in the Camry is more engaging and fun than the Optima's standard 6-speed shiftable automatic transmission.
  • The Camry is capable of hitting an EPA-estimated 29 mpg in the city and 41 mpg on the highway, significantly higher than the Optima's EPA-estimated 25 mpg city and 36 mpg highway.

Technology and Comfort

  • Standard navigation in the Camry means you'll never get lost, unlike in the standard Optima.
  • Your taller passengers will be happy to find that the Camry offers more rear head and leg room than the Optima.
  • The Camry offers a ground clearance of 5.7 inches, making it that much easier to clear obstacles than the Optima's ground clearance of 5.3 inches.

Trim Levels and Options

  • The Toyota Camry comes in six trim levels - the base L, LE, SE, XLE, and XSE - with the latter two trims coming with either a four-cylinder or a V6 engine option. The Kia Optima only offers five trims - the base LX, S, LX, EX, and SX - giving you less choice over your features, performance, and functions.
  • The Camry offers three standard interior color options, providing one more than the Optima's two interior color options.

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