Two popular sedans in Huntington Station are the Toyota Camry and the Nissan Maxima. There’s a lot these two cars have in common, but if you are seriously thinking of investing in one of these, you would want to go with the one that suits you the best. While both these cars are great, here’s a look at how the 2020 Toyota Camry and the 2020 Nissan Maxima differ.
2020 Camry – Surpassing Expectations
The first thing that comes to notice about the 2020 Camry is its breath-taking style – sleek and simply stunning. Bold contours and wide stances make up the Camry’s exteriors. If that isn’t enough, you just need to slip inside to be enveloped by a feeling of comfort and luxury.
Yes, the Camry does take care of your every whim. But of course, you need to drive this beauty first to really understand what we are talking about. Three sophisticated powertrains and a state-of-art platform contribute to a sharpened response.
Toyota’s Safety Sense is standard on every model. So, as well as spectacular driving experience and luxurious comfort, you can also be sure that you and your loved ones are protected in the 2020 Toyota Camry.
2020 Camry vs. 2020 Nissan Maxima
When it comes to fuel economy, the Toyota Camry delivers 22 mpg within city limits and 32 mpg on the highway and gives 301 horsepower. The Nissan Maxima delivers 20 mpg within city limits and 30 mpg on the highway, with 300 horsepower. An electronic parking brake is standard in the Camry and is not available in the Nissan. Front seat power adjustments are 5/4 (driver/passenger) in the Camry, and 4/2 in the Maxima.
In short, you will get more fuel savings with the Camry than with the Maxima. If horsepower is crucial to you, both cars deliver more or less the same output, although the Camry provides a bit more. The Camry also has extra cargo capacity (15.1 cu-ft), while the Maxima offers 14.3 cu-ft.
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