I've driven Honda Accords since 1990.
I bought this 2011 Camry LXE used at 36,000 miles. The Camry's driver's seat is hard (compared to the Honda).
I had to get a chair pillow for it.
The display is hard to read unless you're 16 yrs old & don't wear glasses.
The left wide mirror is in a bad place, blocks view of traffic on the left.
The NAV/rearview camera/radio unit, which the dealer installed, is practically unusable.
The sound quality is inferior.
Nothing street-legal can beat a Toyota engine.
I like the auto-dimming rearview mirror, compass direction displayed in the rear-view mirror.
Softer seats, better-laid-out displays.
It turns out that I don't like the push-button start - I'm always losing my fob since it's not in the keyhole (there is no keyhole).
Exterior color choices are 4 grays, black, and silver.
(Honda makes the same mistake).
What happened to a nice forest green?
A rich cream?
Also I'm used to Honda's slidable visor.
Toyota's is solidly placed.
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