When it comes to sedans, you’ll find a lot of competition. Three of the top names in this mid-size sedan category include the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, and Hyundai Sonata. All three offer the reliability and style you want in a sedan. Compare them to see which one stands out for you.
Drivers who prefer sedans often look for a little extra luxury. All of these models come loaded with some impressive amenities to make your travels more relaxing and comfortable. While heated front seats are an option for the Toyota, they come standard on the 2021 Honda Accord Sport SE. Leather-trimmed seats also enhance that feeling of sophistication for the Accord while they aren’t available on the Toyota and are an option for the 2020 Hyundai Sonata SEL. Stretch out in these sedans for a more comfortable ride with 105.6 cubic feet of passenger space in the Accord over 100 cubic feet in the Camry. Rear passengers will appreciate the 40.4 inches of legroom in the Honda over just under 35 inches in the Hyundai.
Sedans are designed to provide a safe, stable ride, and these three models don’t disappoint. For example, all include airbags and backup cameras to prevent accidents and protect you when one occurs. Adaptive cruise control with low-speed follow is standard on the 2021 Honda Accord at the SE trim, but you’ll have to pay to add it as an option on the Toyota base model. This system helps you maintain a set speed while keeping you a safe distance from other vehicles. The Honda also includes road departure mitigation to warn you if you start to drift. While this feature is standard on the Sport SE, it isn’t available on the 2020 Hyundai Sonata SEL or the Toyota Camry SE.
Even though the sedan isn’t noted as a sports car, most drivers still enjoy an exciting ride. All three of these models will provide you with a safe, economical journey, but the 2021 Honda Accord Sport SE is the powerhouse with a turbocharged engine at 192 lb.-ft of torque compared to 181 lb.-ft. of torque on the Sonata and 184 lb.-ft. of torque on the Camry. All three models are front-wheel drive and include an automatic transmission with over-drive and auto-manual mode.
Since you plan to travel in your sedan, you want to know you have ample room to bring along everything you need. All three models boast adequate trunk space, but the 2021 Honda Accord comes out on top with just slightly more trunk space at nearly 17 cubic feet. Bluetooth is standard on all three models while the Accord offers an eight-speaker audio system as standard over the six-speaker options with the Toyota and Hyundai sedans.
If you like what you see with the 2021 Honda Accord, take a look at it in person at Premier Honda. Stop in for a test drive and find out how to make this sedan yours today.View Inventory