2016 Toyota Camry Vs 2016 Nissan Altima in Valdosta GA
Serving Thomasville, Quitman, Moultrie, Pelham, Bainbridge, Valdosta, GA, and Tallahassee, FL
How would you like to drive a shiny new mid-size sedan that provides a spacious cabin with some of the latest convenience, technology, and safety features as standard? Well, if you live near Thomasville, Quitman, Moultrie, Pelham, Bainbridge, Valdosta, GA or Tallahassee, FL, you can see that vehicle, the 2016 Toyota Camry, at Thomasville Toyota. America's best-selling mid-size sedan was all-new and completed redesigned recently for the 2015 model year, but the Toyota Camry has returned for 2016 with even more improvements! Significant updates for 2016 include a vivid Multi-Information Display that is now standard on all Camry models. Also brand new for 2016 is the Camry Special Edition model, which offers exclusive features like 18-inch Special Edition alloy wheels and unique interior with blue stitching, as well as standard Qi-compatible wireless smartphone charging. Drivers near Thomasville, Quitman, Moultrie, Pelham, Bainbridge, Valdosta, GA, and Tallahassee, FL, can see the spacious and well-appointed Camry at Thomasville Toyota. Our authorized Toyota new car dealership proudly serves the local community and beyond with an extensive selection of new Toyotas, including many fine examples of the wildly popular Camry mid-size sedan. To begin your vehicle search, shop here on our website by browsing our complete inventory of Camry sedans and other Toyota cars, crossovers, SUVs, trucks, and minivans. Plan a visit to our authorized Toyota dealership, where you can get you behind the wheel for a test drive of your vehicle of choice!
Did you know that here on our website you can also research Toyota's latest models and compare them to the competition? Continue reading to hear how the 2016 Toyota Camry stacks up against the latest version of Nissan's mid-size sedan, the 2016 Altima!
Passenger Space and Maximum Cargo Capacity
One area where the 2016 Toyota Camry trumps the 2016 Nissan Altima is in overall passenger volume. With an extra one cubic foot of passenger volume compared to Nissan's Altima, every passenger in the Camry has more room to stretch out, relax, and enjoy the ride. Second-row passengers will especially benefit from the Camry's greater passenger volume since the Camry tops the Altima in all second-row dimensions, including more rear legroom, headroom, shoulder room, and hip room. Up front, passengers also get more shoulder room and hip room in the Camry. Mid-size sedans have come a long way as far as cargo hauling abilities in recent years, and these two popular mid-size sedans are shining examples of that. Both the 2016 Camry and 2016 Altima feature a spacious, 15.4 cubic feet of cargo space in their trunks, along with standard 60/40 split-folding rear seats. When you fold down the 60/40 split-folding rear seats, the Camry once again comes out on top with more maximum cargo space and versatility. The Camry's more spacious second-row of seating means that when you want to utilize the back seat for cargo space, the Camry simply has more to room to offer. If space and comfort matter in your next mid-size sedan, choose the 2016 Toyota Camry over Nissan's Altima.
Standard Interior Amenities
Not only is the 2016 Toyota Camry's cabin incredibly spacious, but it is nicely appointed, too. Toyota vehicles provide great value to drivers and families all over the world, thanks to their affordable prices and strong list of standard features -- and the 2016 Camry mid-size sedan is no different. The standard, base Camry comes so well-equipped with the features that drivers want, that you may not feel the need to add any options of upgrade to one of the many other available Camry trim levels. Standard interior features on every 2016 Camry include a large touchscreen display audio system, a rearview backup camera, and an 8-way power-adjustable driver's seat. If you want those features on the 2016 Altima, you will need to add them as options or upgrade to a more expensive trim level, as they are not offered as standard features. Even if you had your heart set on owning an Altima, you may have a change of heart after you see how much better equipped Toyota's Camry comes in base trim. In addition to the large touchscreen display with rearview backup camera, the Camry LE base model features the Entune Multimedia Bundle, which includes advanced voice recognition, hands-free phone capability, and music streaming -- thanks to its standard Bluetooth wireless technology. The standard audio system is equipped with an AM/FM radio with CD player and MP3/WMA playback capability, auxiliary audio jack, and USB 2.0 port, connected to six powerful speakers. Technology features clearly come standard on the 2016 Toyota Camry, which make it a smart choice over Nissan's Altima when shopping for a new mid-size sedan.
Standard Safety Features
The 2016 Toyota Camry's impressive list of standard features is not just about technology and entertainment features; safety features are also big at Toyota, including many that come as standard equipment on the new Camry. Starting things off in the safety department are the 2016 Camry's ten airbags, which should provide plenty of peace of mind for drivers and families. In addition to the Camry's innovative knee airbags for the driver and front passenger are an important feature, other airbags included in the package are its driver and front passenger Advanced Airbag System, driver and front passenger seat-mounted side airbags, rear seat-mounted side airbags, and front and rear side curtain airbags. Since knee injuries are some of the most common injuries that result from front-end collisions, the fact that the Toyota Camry provides them while the Nissan Altima does not, should raise some eyebrows. The 2016 Altima also does not have an answer to the 2016 Camry's Star Safety System suite of safety features, which come standard. Toyota's Star Safety System is meant to prevent collisions before they occur, by providing drivers with additional stability and control, thanks to its six connected safety features. Included in the suite of safety features are Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Traction Control (TRAC), Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), Smart Stop Technology (SST), Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), and Brake Assist (BA). Even though it may not be possible to test all of the Camry's standard safety features while out on your test drive, if you choose the Camry you will certainly be glad those features are there if you ever need them. Toyota believes that the latest safety features should come standard; that is why the 2016 Camry tops the 2016 Nissan Altima when it comes to safety.
Advanced Safety Features
If you thought that the 2016 Camry's long list of standard safety features was the end of its safety technology, then you are in for a real treat. Toyota offers plenty of available safety features and driver assist technologies, too, all of which only further enhance the safety of the new Camry. For instance, the 2016 Camry's Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (RCTA) and Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) alert the driver to surrounding vehicles that may be out of view, by sending the driver audible or visual alerts. Thanks to the 2016 Camry's standard rearview camera and available Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (RCTA), backing into the street or out of a parking spot just became a lot easier and safer. With the available Lane Departure Alert (LDA) system, if an inadvertent lane departure is detected, the system will send audible and visual alerts to the driver to correct the maneuver in question. As tires are the only part of a vehicle that come in direct contact with the road, it is critical to keep them properly inflated; that is why the available Direct Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS) is so convenient. The Direct TPMS not only alerts you when a tire is underinflated, but you can also see which specific tire is in need of inflation by viewing the Camry's standard Multi-Information Display. Drivers will appreciated the availabe Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC) system, not only for its safety, but also its convenience. The DRCC system can set a safe following distance behind the vehicle in front of you, therby eliminating the need to routinely adjust, start, or stop your cruise control manually. Nissan offers some similar advanced safety features on its 2016 Altima mid-size sedan, but those additional features will cost you extra. For example, Toyota's nearly fully-equipped, 2016 Camry XLE V6 can be had at an MSRP of $32,205; a comparably equipped 2016 Nissan Altima 3.5SL comes in at over a thousand dollars more -- or $33,525! Toyota has got you covered when it comes to advanced safety features and the latest driver assist technologies.
If you are shopping for a mid-size sedan near Thomasville, Quitman, Moultrie, Pelham, Bainbridge, Valdosta, GA or Tallahassee, FL, then come on down to Thomasville Toyota and test drive the Toyota Camry. In addition to your test drive, do not forget to explore all that the stunning new Camry has to offer, like its technology and convenience features, as well as its spacious cabin and trunk. Visit Thomasville Toyota today; we are located at 14724 US 19 South, in Thomasville, GA. If you have any questions before your visit to Thomasville Toyota, you can reach out to our sales team by phone at (229) 792-8338.View Inventory