Interested in learning more about the differences between the 2021 Toyota Camry vs the 2021 Honda Accord? Below, we’ve broken down the differences in trim level availability, technology feature availability and performance between these two sedans.
The 2021 Toyota Camry and the 2021 Honda Accord are both offered in six trim levels. The 2021 Toyota Camry is available in LE, SE, SE Nightshade, XSE, XLE and TRD trim levels, while the 2021 Honda Accord is available in LX, Sport, Sport Special Edition, EX-L, Sport 2.0T and Touring trim levels. However, there are some notable technology differences between these two models. Notably, a road sign recognition system comes standard for the 2021 Camry but is unavailable for the 2021 Accord.
2021 Toyota Camry
2021 Honda Accord
|Six Trims||Trim Level Availability||Six Trims|
|Standard||Road Sign Recognition||Unavailable|
|203 hp||Standard Horsepower||192 hp|
|301 hp||Maximum Horsepower||252 hp|
The 2021 Toyota Camry and the 2021 Honda Accord both feature two engine options. The 2021 Camry comes standard with a four-cylinder, 2.5-liter engine with 203 horsepower while the 2021 Accord is powered by a standard, turbocharged, four-cylinder, 1.5-liter engine with 192 horsepower.
The second engine option available for the 2021 Camry is a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 301 horsepower. While the 2021 Honda Accord also has an optional engine, it’s a turbocharged, four-cylinder, 2.0-liter engine that’s only capable of outputting up to 252 horsepower.
A large selection of comfort features and interior amenities come standard inside the 2021 Toyota Camry, including: A tilt and telescopic steering wheel, a keyless ignition system, overhead storage console, adaptive cruise control, front and rear cupholders, front and rear door pockets, a rearview camera, electric power steering and dual vanity mirrors.