For anyone looking for a sleek and stylish sedan, there are only two options that reign on potential buyers: the 2014 Toyota Camry and the 2014 Nissan Altima. Considering these are two of the best selling models in the sedan market, it is best to identify which option to go with. Especially if you are looking for a very specific feature, it is much better to know what the difference is between the 2014 Camry and the 2014 Altima. Here are some of the things you should know about these two sedan models:
Interior and Exterior
Without a doubt, the 2014 Toyota Camry has an edgier look compared to the 2014 Altima. Equipped with sports seats in the front, the Camry exudes a sportier look and luxurious feel compared to the Altima’s bucket seats. Its exterior also proves to be advantageous as it comes with more standard features such as fog lights, a sporty rear spoiler, and a power moonroof with sliding sunshade. These features are nowhere available on the Altima.
Another area where the Camry excels in over the Altima is in its technological features. While both come with a similar audio display system with Sirius XM satellite radio, the 2014 Toyota Camry extends its functionality by providing 10-speakers together with an amplifier. In addition, the Camry comes with an intelligent voice recognition and navigation system so you can focus on what you’re supposed to do: drive. Finally, the availability of a HomeLink Universal Transceiver makes the Camry a much more convenient choice over the Altima.
Comfort and Convenience
While it may only be a cubic foot of space more than the Altima, it is already enough to make the sedan a more comfortable ride. Not only does it provide more hip and shoulder room in the front, the Camry also comes with more headroom, legroom, hip room in the rear portion.
The availability of the Toyota Star Safety System is one reason why the Camry emerges as the better choice between the two options. With this safety system, the sedan comes with knee airbags for both driver and his front passenger, as well as daytime running lights. Other safety features available on the Camry model include blind spot monitoring and a first aid kit. More importantly, the Camry comes with a fully galvanized steel body, which is a more durable and stronger material compared to the Altima’s steel and aluminum frame.
The 2014 Toyota Camry is, by far, the better choice compared to the 2014 Altima. You can take our word for it. Visit us today at Toyota of Ardmore in Ardmore, Oklahoma to test drive a model.