Currently, the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord aren’t exactly hitting sales records but they do seem to be faring better that the Kia Optima and Hyundai Sonata, despite both having undergone intense revamps.
For this sedan segment to be reignited, Camry and Accord would have to be coming with a whole lot of modifications. However, it looks like 2017 will not be the year for that as these two models will only be receiving minor adjustments for 2017.
The Camry will not even be changing its price tag of $23,070 to $30,140 on its lineup. But, it will be coming with some new features like the Blue Streak Metallic overcoat, Qi wireless smartphone charging, an Entune Audio Plus infotainment system and an array of safety features.
This may just be similar for the 2017 Accord, with the exclusion of the price remaining the same. However, the most anticipated part of its arrival is the revival of a hybrid version.
Similar to its 2015 version, the all-new Accord Hybrid will have 48mpg combined. The Toyota Camry, on the other hand, should be coming with its same fuel economy of 41mpg combined.
These changes are really minor but if you’re waiting for something crazier, you’ll have to wait till 2018 as we’re expecting the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord to be coming with a whole load of improvements.