For years, the Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima have been on the top of their field. Even with the new redesigns, they have continued to achieve the same level of excellence. Thanks to their interior features, power, and tech, they have received a lot of recognition in the industry. Both of them are spacious vehicles that offer a fair amount of torque and horsepower. If you are confused between the two, read on to get a comparison and make the best decision.
First, let’s take a look at both vehicles.
The Toyota Camry is equipped with an I4, 2.5 L engine that offers a horsepower of 203 HP at 6,600 RPM. The torque offered by the Camry is 184 pound-feet at 5,000 RPM. With automatic and eight-speed transmissions, it offers an average fuel economy of 34 mpg, with 41 on the highway and 29 in the city. It has a cargo space of 4.1 cubic feet and received the Five-star NHTSA overall safety rating.
The Altima also features an I4, 2.5 L engine offering a horsepower of 188 HP at 6,000 RPM. The vehicle also offers a torque of 180 pound-feet at 3,600 RPM. With the continuously variable transmission (CVT), it offers a fuel economy of 30 mpg with 38 on the highway and 26 in the city. The Altima comes with a cargo space of 15.4 cubic feet and a Five-star NHTSA overall safety rating.
Both Camry and Altima are top-of-the-line sedans that are close in almost every category. Even though the Camry might be a bit more expensive than Altima, it makes up with the safety and reliability it offers. The Camry offers its Star Safety System as standard, along with a full suite of alerts and precautions. This makes Camry the better option.
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