Compare the 2016 Toyota Camry and the 2016 Honda Civic, and you may have a hard time figuring out which one is better. Essentially, each sedan will appeal to a slightly different type of Boerne driver, but the majority of Texans will probably find themselves happier with the Camry.
Both the 2016 Toyota Camry and the Honda Civic are available in five different trim levels so you can spend as much or as little as you need. This allows drivers to pick the model with the features they truly need without having to pay for ones they aren’t interested in. While both have five trims, the Camry pulls ahead in terms of the number of configurations by offering a hybrid version, as well. The Camry Hybrid offers three trim options, bringing the Camry’s total up to eight.
Whether you pick the Camry or the Civic, you will get to choose between two engines. The Civic comes standard with a 158-horsepower, 138-pound-foot, 2-liter 4-cylinder with an optional 174-horsepower, 162-pound-foot, 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder. Meanwhile, the Camry offers a 178-horsepower, 170-pound-foot, 2.5-liter 4-cylinder and a 268-horsepower, 248-pound-foot 3.5-liter V6. Looking at those numbers, it is clear that the Camry is more powerful. After all, the base Camry generates more power and torque than the upgraded engine of the Civic.
Both models have plenty of technology, but experts tend to agree that the Camry’s Entune system is more usable than the Civic’s HondaLink. The Camry’s controls are intuitive and well-marked, and it features advanced safety and other technology. HondaLink, on the other hand, can be very confusing and take a while to get used to.
Whether you want to learn more about how the 2016 Toyota Camry compares to the competition or are ready to drive your own sedan around Boerne, Texas, the team at Toyota of Boerne can assist you.