I checked out the Accord EX with
Leather. MSRP is the same. Camry won
out because of more luxury features and
quieter ride. I also found the
driver's seat to be more comfortable in
the Camry, although I have some issues
with the Camry in that regard, too.
Accord had better handling and
acceleration, although the Camry's
handling is good and the acceleration
is adequate for the type of driving we
do, which is mostly city streets.
I especially like the smooth quiet ride
and the luxury features, such as the 8
way power front passenger seat and the
The car needs a tilt and telescoping
steering wheel, memory seats, and more
driver seat thigh support, as many have
previously pointed out. It should also
have automatic headlights, a 5 speed
automatic transmission, and more
readable information display and
odometer in daylight.
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