Compare Nissan Altima Vs Toyota Camry

2023 Nissan Altima Vs Camry
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Are you considering a new midsize sedan? The 2023 Nissan Altima and the 2023 Toyota Camry are both great choices and are both leading choices for their respective brands. Two of the best selling midsize sedans on the market each showcase excellent consumer reviews. Now comparing the 2 cars, we can decide which one is best.


2023 Nissan Altima

2023 Toyota Camry

Starting MSRP*



Engine & Horsepower

182 Horsepower

208 Horsepower

EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy

27 City
39 Highway

28 City
39 Highway

Passenger Space

Seats 5

Seats 5


  • Rear door alert
  • Rear seat reminders

Now that you can see some comparisons between the two vehicles, let's get into the features that will showcase what each car has to offer that may help in making a decision easier. The 2023 Nissan Altima has 60/40 split back seats for ease of hauling any cargo, remote engine start and while the 2023 Toyota Corolla offers keyless entry and Dynamic radar cruise control.

The 2023 Nissan Altima has optional accessories from custom floor mats, rear spoilers to alloy wheels. The Camry has chrome accents and BI LED headlights with auto shut off and a sport tuned suspension and a push button start, there are many options available. The Nissan and Toyota are both car seat ready and the Nissan has dual zone temperature control as does the Toyota. Forward collision impact warning and automatic braking with pedestrian detection, you can be rest assured that when out and driving the 2023 Nissan Altima your safety and comfort were in mind as the car was manufactured.

The 2023 Nissan Altima has Pro pilot assist to keep you safe and in your lane, available 12.3 inch touchscreen makes staying connected with door to door navigation, Apple Car and Android auto ready. The sale department here at Family Toyota of Burleson are here to answer your questions and reserve a test drive today.

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*Price is Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. MSRP excludes tax, titles, license, options and destination charges. Dealer sets actual price.