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When you’re trying to find the right sedan that offers you style, sophistication, and more for your experiences around Vista, Escondido, and Carlsbad, there’s a lot to consider. But if you’re torn between the 2020 Honda Accord vs. Toyota Avalon, you’ll want to learn a bit more about what these sedans offer—and how they differ—so you can decide on the one that’s right for you.
At Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Vista, we’re here to help drivers learn all about the Accord vs. Avalon. We’ll focus on what these vehicles can add to your driving experience, so you can determine which one is best suited for you.
The Honda Accord comes standard with an energetic 1.5L 4-cylinder turbocharged engine, while the Toyota Avalon gets its power from a 3.5L V6 engine. The Accord includes the Continuously Variable Transmission, while the Avalon includes an 8-speed automatic.
The Accord gets an EPA-estimated 30 city/38 highway/33 combined MPG, while the Avalon boasts a 22 city/32 highway/26 combined MPG.* As for options, the Accord offers three—a 1.5L 4-cylinder turbo, a 2.0L turbo, and a 2.0L hybrid engine. The Avalon just offers two—the 3.5L V6 and a 2.5L hybrid engine.
Another important factor in the new Honda Accord vs. Toyota Avalon debate is their respective cabin space. The Accord offers 105.6 cubic feet of cabin space, while the Avalon features 104.3 cubic feet. Front-row passengers get 39.5 inches of headroom in the Accord, and 37.4 inches in the Avalon. The Accord features 16.7 cubic feet of trunk space, while the Avalon has 16.09 cubic feet of space in its trunk.
The Honda Accord and Toyota Avalon both come standard with driver-assisting technology features. These features use exterior sensors that measure the vehicle’s speed and its proximity from a vehicle or object ahead. Using these measurements, both systems can detect if a collision is likely, provide warnings, and engage their respective driver-assistance technology.
Each vehicle includes collision mitigation systems that will help reduce the force of impact or help you avoid the crash altogether. Both new sedans even offer lane-keeping systems and adaptable cruise control systems. The Honda Accord, however, offers an additional Road Departure Mitigation System, which will help prevent the sedan from veering off of the road.
By now, you’re pretty familiar with the Honda Accord and Toyota Avalon. You’ve learned a great deal about what each one offers and how they differ. But while there are some notable similarities between these vehicles, you can also see that the Honda Accord has a few advantages the Avalon lacks.
Why not take the next step to learn more by hopping in the driver’s seat? Schedule your test drive with us at Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Vista. We’re here to help drivers like you in Vista, Escondido, and Carlsbad learn more, so you can decide on your next vehicle with confidence!
*Based on 2020 EPA mileage estimates. 30 city/38 highway/33 combined mpg rating for LX, EX and EX-L 1.5T trims. 29 city/35 highway/31 combined mpg rating for Sport 1.5T CVT trim. 26 city/35 highway/30 combined mpg rating for Sport 1.5T 6MT trim. 22 city/32 highway/26 combined mpg rating for Sport and Touring 2.0T trims. 23 city/34 highway/27 combined mpg rating for EX-L 2.0T trim. 48 city/47 highway/48 combined mpg rating for hybrid trims. Based on 2020 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery-pack age/condition (hybrid trims) and other factors.