See How the Honda Accord Compares to its Top Competition in Huntington, NY

2023 Honda Accord vs. Hyundai Sonata, Toyota Camry & Kia K5

Your daily commute to the other end of Long Island should be enjoyable. It can be seated in a new Honda Accord sedan from Huntington Honda. Because we want Long Island commuters from Commack and Deer Park to drive their dream sedan, our Honda dealership in Huntington compares the Honda Accord to rival mid-size cars like the Toyota Camry, Hyundai Sonata, and Kia K5. Buy or lease a new Honda Accord at your Long Island Honda dealer near Bay Shore after discovering why this sedan receives an A-grade over competitors.

Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry


Far roomier for Deer Park drivers and their fellow passengers, the Honda Accord tops the Toyota Camry in every spatial category. The Honda Accord offers 42.3/40.4 (front/rear) inches of legroom, compared to 42.1/38 inches in Toyota's mid-size sedan, which lags behind with 100.4 cubic feet of passenger volume, compared to 105.7 cubic feet in the Honda Accord, which ranks best-in-class. The Toyota Camry's trunk is also smaller at 15.1 cubic feet. The Honda Accord gives Smithtown access to 16.7 cubic feet of best-in-class trunk space.

Each sedan comes with dual-zone automatic climate control and leather-trimmed seats, but the Honda Accord's body-stabilizing seats give Commack commuters extra comfort compared to the Camry's basic 8-way power-adjustable driver's seat. The Honda Accord's thin A-Pillars provide better outward visibility for passengers on rides from Bay Shore to your Long Island destination.


Both sedans offer hybrid variants, but the Toyota Camry delivers less torque (184 pound-feet) than the Honda Accord (192 pound-feet). Plus, Honda's base engine is turbocharged, unlike the Toyota Camry.


The Honda Accord gives Smithtown drivers more seamless smartphone access through wireless Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto™ integration, which isn't wireless on the Camry.Both new sedans give Dix Hills drivers access to a head-up display and a 7-inch infotainment touchscreen, but the Honda Accord provides a larger 12.3-inch infotainment display than the Camry's optional screen measuring nine inches. Toyota's 7-inch color Multi-Information Display is also smaller than the Honda Accord's 10.2-inch digital driver instrumentation display. While the Camry includes Amazon Alexa, the Honda Accord counters with Google built-in to keep Commack commuters connected traveling around Long Island.


Road Sign Assist in the Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5+ suite is comparable to Traffic Sign Recognition in the Honda Sensing® safety suite. The Honda Accord provides more peace of mind in the event of a potential accident on Long Island with next-gen front airbags, front knee airbags, and side-impact airbags - all added just this year.

Honda Accord vs. Hyundai Sonata


The Hyundai Sonata puts all its legroom up front at 46.1 inches, leaving just 34.8 inches for rear-seat passengers. The Honda Accord does a better job of accommodating Long Island families with 40.4 inches of rear-seat legroom. Honda's sedan also has over a whole cubic foot of additional passenger volume. Measuring 16 cubic feet, the Sonata's trunk is smaller than the Honda Accord at 16.7 cubic feet. The Sonata sports a panoramic sunroof, and the Honda Accord has a one-touch power moonroof. Each sedan features dual-zone automatic climate control, but the Hyundai Sonata can't match the Honda Accord's body-stabilizing seats designed to reduce fatigue Huntington drivers experience on long rides around Long Island.


All Honda Accord models are more powerful. The Honda Accord Hybrid delivers 204 horsepower and 247 pound-feet of torque, compared to only 180 ponies and 195 pound-feet of torque in the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. Base models for this Honda sedan work with a 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine to deliver 192 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque, while the Hyundai Sonata outputs 191 ponies and 181 pound-feet of torque with a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine.

Tech & Safety

Each sedan offers a head-up display and provides a 12-speaker Bose premium sound system, along with wireless Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto™ integration. The Hyundai Sonata's optional 10.25-inch touchscreen is smaller than the Honda Accord's 12.3-inch display. The Hyundai Sonata doesn't include features comparable to Traffic Sign Recognition or Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow, which are both standard on the Honda Accord to give Dix Hills drivers extra confidence in Long Island traffic.

Honda Accord vs. Kia K5


Kia's mid-size sedan has a 16 cubic-foot trunk - less spacious than the Honda Accord's 16.7 cubic feet - and only provides 35.2 inches of rear-seat legroom - over five inches less than the Honda's sedan (40.4 inches).


No hybrid model is offered by the Kia K5, making the Honda Accord more commuter friendly for Bay Shore drivers headed to work. The K5's base 1.6-liter turbocharged inline-4 engine outputs 180 horsepower, 12 ponies less than the Honda Accord's turbocharged powertrain.


The K5's largest infotainment screen is 10.25 inches, smaller than the Honda Accord's available 12.3-inch display. Kia's mid-size sedan requires a cable for Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto™ compatibility, which is wireless on the Honda Accord. With the Honda Accord, Deer Park drivers have access to illuminated USB-C ports and Google built-in connectivity, neither of which are offered by the Kia K5.

Test Drive a New Honda Accord in Huntington

Car buyers from Huntington and all of Long Island can visit our Honda dealership near Bay Shore to test drive a new Honda Accord. There are special offers to buy or lease this new sedan at Huntington Honda.

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