Pitts Toyota Reviews 2018 Camry vs Altima
At Toyota dealer serving Dublin GA, we are often asked why the Camry is such a good pick. In this review, we’ll see how the Camry stands up to the Nissan Altima.
An Altima earns 27 mpg/38 mpg city/highway. The Camry does better: 29/41 mpg. This might make you think that the Camry has a weaker engine. The opposite is true. An Altima driver commands only 179 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque. Camry drivers command 203 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque. You get a better driving experience and better fuel economy with the Camry. That’s definitely a win/win.
Both earn good marks from the federal crash testers. However, the Altima has six airbags and the Camry has ten. Furthermore, only Toyota has whiplash-lessening seats.
The Altima has an autobrake for collision dangers. Camrys have this autobrake for stopping traffic and pedestrians. Furthermore, Toyota drivers get standard lane departure technology with a warning and an active assist. Automatic high beams are another Camry standard that costs more on the Altima. Finally, radar adaptive cruise control is a Camry standard that drivers will love. Only the Camry offers Intelligent Clearance Sonar, which can reduce engine power and apply the brakes if necessary.
Camrys have a bigger backseat and a bigger touchscreen. As for style, the Camry has added more trim levels and packages while the Altima has cut back on trim levels. The Camry exterior offers an exclusive two-tone package. With the new accent black roof, Camry shoppers have 13 options. Find financing.
Try the Toyota Camry on for size at Pitts Toyota dealer serving Dublin GA.