Comparing the Nissan Altima Against the Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry in Inwood, NY

The sedan market has plenty of options for Queens drivers to choose from, but few that offer the traits that stand out in a crowded segment. The Nissan Altima is one such mid-size sedan, so we thought it a good idea to detail how the Altima sets itself apart from such rivals as the Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry.


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Nissan Altima vs. Honda Accord


 The Nissan Altima is packing a new exterior design with a lower hood that features silver accents for an exciting and engaging look. The Altima continues to follow the Nissan design language, including the Boomerang lights and floating roof that drivers have come to appreciate. The Accord has some similar features but falls short without some of the signature looks of the Altima. Even if you were looking in the cabin, the Altima offers more front legroom to keep you more comfortable behind the wheel. 


 The Altima offers an engine that no other car on the market - not even the Honda Accord - offers: a Variable Compression Turbocharged engine. The pistons will change shapes to help you get the most power or the best efficiency based on how you want to drive. You can also include an available all-wheel drive system in the Altima, just another performance option that the Accord leaves out. 


 If you are looking for the easiest way to connect to all of your apps and media you will want to find the model that has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Both the Nissan Altima and Honda Accord have this system available, but only the Altima has it on every trim: the Accord makes you upgrade trim levels to get it. You will also find an Around-View Monitor available for the Altima while the only competition that the Accord offers is a Multi-Angle Rearview Camera. 

 If you are interested in first-hand experience with the Nissan Altima so that you can test out some of its exclusive features, all you will need to do is visit our dealership for that opportunity. We welcome - and even encourage - drivers to schedule a test drive in any of our Nissan models that they are interested in!

Nissan Altima vs. Toyota Camry


The Nissan Altima has a starting Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price of $23,260, which is lower than the Toyota Camry's starting price. Many extra features are included with the entry-level Altima that you won't find with the Camry. The Altima also comes with a longer roadside assistance plan. It's clear to see that the Altima is the better value of the two for Elmont drivers.


While both introductory models include the standard features you'd expect, the Altima comes with many that you won't find in the Camry. These include safety features like Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Automatic Emergency Braking, and convenience features like an 8-way power adjustable driver's seat, and an 8-inch touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay connectivity.


Of course, you're going to want a sedan that boasts good looks. However, when you consider the interior design of each sedan, the Altima offers some advantages that the Camry doesn't. With more total passenger volume and an edge in front headroom, front legroom, and rear shoulder room, the Altima has more than enough space for passengers and cargo. The Altima also has more trunk space than the Camry, allowing you to store camping gear, groceries, and everything in between. It also frees up interior space, letting your passengers experience maximum comfort.

The Altima is narrower and shorter than the Camry, making it an ideal vehicle to squeeze into and out of tight Brooklyn parking spaces. However, the Altima also sits a little higher to provide you with a more commanding view when you're traveling to work on Belt Parkway in Valley Stream.

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