Drivers in the Little Rock, Arkansas, area have plenty of options when shopping for a new sedan. Two of the most famous names in the mid-size sedan segment, the Honda Accord and Nissan Altima, go head-to-head once again for the 2020 model year.
The 2020 Honda Accord is the latest edition of Honda's highly refined sedan. Nissan's Altima was recently redesigned in an effort to match the standard in the mid-size sedan class, the Accord. Here, we'll compare the two so that you can find the right choice for you.
Both the new Honda Accord and the Nissan Altima provide 5-passenger seating and advanced features. However, when breaking down the specs, safety technologies and performance capabilities of the Accord and Altima, one begins to pull ahead of the other.
There are key differences between these Honda and Nissan mid-size sedans. Some of these differences are apparent when comparing specs, while for others, you have to dig deeper into each vehicle's standard and available amenities. Let's take a look at how these popular sedans compare to each other before you schedule your test drives.
The 2020 Honda Accord continues where previous versions of this iconic sedan left off, with a roomy and refined cabin matched with advanced technologies and Honda innovations. The Nissan Altima is also offered with modern tech. You'll discover that these sedans boast similar starting prices, ensuring that new car shoppers can secure one of these fine automobiles on a budget. However, there are plenty of standard features on the 2020 Accord that aren't matched by Nissan and its Altima.
These Honda and Nissan sedans are available with advanced backup cameras that give you more than just one viewing angle. Nissan offers its Intelligent Around View Monitor on the range-topping and pricier Platinum editions of the 2020 Altima. In contrast, Honda makes its innovative Multi-Angle Rearview Camera as standard equipment across the entire range of 2020 Accord sedans.
Both sedans offer similar safety features such as the Nissan Safety Shield 360 and the Honda Sensing suite of driver-assist features. However, with the 2020 Honda Accord, these safety technologies are standard. Nissan doesn't include all of its safety tech as standard equipment on the 2020 Altima.
We invite all motorists from around Conway, AR, to schedule a test drive of the new Accord sedan of their choosing to experience some of Honda's innovative driver-assist and safety tech.
|Comparison||2020 Honda Accord Sedan LX CVT||2020 Nissan Altima 2.5 S FWD|
|City Fuel Economy||30 MPG||28 MPG|
|Passenger Volume||105.6 Cubic Feet||100.8 Cubic Feet|
|Trunk Volume||16.7 Cubic Feet||15.4 Cubic Feet|
*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, destination charge and options. Dealers set own prices.
With more standard horsepower, greater city MPG and a roomier cabin and trunk, the 2020 Honda Accord proves to hold many advantages over the 2020 Altima. You also won't find Honda's exclusive Collision Mitigation Braking System™ on any Nissan car.
Are you ready for that upgrade to a new Honda automobile like the 2020 Accord? Benton, AR, area motorists can shop and visit our nearby auto dealership for competitive car pricing, loan packages and special offers.
With our convenient online finance application, you can submit your credit details to our team for review. We'll work to secure an affordable car loan package for your upcoming upgrade to a new Honda. Our team is eager to assist in your new car search and acquisition!