Toyota Camry vs Honda Civic
Dependable sedans like the Toyota Camry and Honda Civic offer a reliable ride to everyone from commuters to families. So, which one is right for you?
Ron Hibbard Toyota wants to hep drivers near Nashville, Gallatin, and Madison decide with this Toyota Camry vs. Honda Civic comparison. Read on and contact us with any questions!
Toyota Camry vs Honda Civic
The Toyota Camry and Honda Civic each offer seating for up to five people, two rows of seats, and a choice between cloth or leather seats. Inside the Toyota though, you’ll have a little more room to get comfortable.
The interior of the Toyota Camry has 100.4 cubic feet of passenger room. The Honda has a more cramped cabin with just 97.8 cubic feet of passenger room.
The biggest difference between the two interiors is how wide they are. The Toyota Camry gives you 55.4 inches of front hip room and 54.7 inches of rear hip room. The Honda Civic can feel like a tight squeeze with only 53.7 inches of front hip room and just 47.3 inches of rear hip room.
Toyota Camry vs Honda Civic Infotainment System
A 7-inch touchscreen in the center of the dashboard is the home of the infotainment system for the Camry. It comes with standard Bluetooth® compatibility and lets you sync your smartphone with Apple CarPlay™.
You can also control the system without taking your eyes off the road with voice recognition and Siri® Eyes Free.
Android users can also access their phone, as well as stay connected to devices in your home with Toyota + Amazon Alexa.
No matter what kind of smartphone you have, all your passengers can stay connected to their favorite streaming apps, email, and social media with standard Wi-Fi Connect Powered by Verizon.
The Honda Civic offers a 7-inch touchscreen and Apple CarPlay™, but they aren’t standard. Your standard system is housed on a 5-inch LCD screen. Plus, it doesn’t offer Wi-Fi or Alexa compatibility.
Toyota Camry vs Honda Civic Safety
The Toyota Camry keeps you safe with 10 airbags, including rear seat-mounted airbags and both front and rear side curtain airbags. The 2019 Honda Civic also has side curtain airbags, but it can’t protect as much of the interior with only six airbags.
You’ll also have peace of mind with lots of standard safety features. The Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P) system gives you more awareness and helps to prevent accidents before they can occur with technology like:
- Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
- Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist
- Automatic High Beams
- Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
With its advanced airbag system and package of driver assistance features, the Toyota Camry has been named a TOP SAFETY PICK+ by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) every year since 2015.
While the Honda Civic has many of the same driver assistance features, it doesn’t have the same track record of earning safety rewards as the Toyota.
Test Drive a Midsize Sedan
Visit Ron Hibbard Toyota to test drive the safe and comfortable Toyota Camry. It offers lots of fun and reliable features to drivers and families in Nashville, Gallatin, and Madison. To learn more about this Toyota Camry vs. Honda Civic comparison, contact us or visit our dealership.