Look at the 2016 Toyota Camry, and you will notice that this midsize sedan has to keep up against a great deal of competitors. One of the most popular competitors is the Hyundai Sonata, which remains a good option for Virginia drivers. Even with all the high points of the Sonata, the Toyota Camry maintains its firm lead with a reputation of leading the segment.
The engines in the two models are incredibly similar. The Camry comes with a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder while the Sonata has a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder. They are neck and neck in terms of power, torque, and efficiency. The Sonata does have a negligible lead for power and torque, but the two models tie in terms of city gas mileage. Both also offer a hybrid variation for drivers who want more efficiency.
2016 Toyota Camrys Interior Space
Since the Camry and Sonata are both in the same category of cars, it makes sense that they have similar measurements. The Sonata has a slightly more spacious first row while the Camry has a much roomier second row. In fact, the Camry has 3.3 inches of rear legroom more than the Sonata! In other words, tall adults will be much more comfortable in the Camry.
2016 Toyota Camrys Features
If you do an in-depth comparison of the Camry and Sonata, you will notice that the Camry tends to offer more features as standard and optional and does so at lower trim levels. This means you can get more premium features with the Camry for a lower price. The Camry, for example, offers a moonroof and a driver multiadjustable power front seat, neither of which you can get in the Sonata.
Now that you know how the 2016 Toyota Camry fares against the competition, visit Miller Toyota to take this award-winning sedan on a test drive around Manassas, Virginia.