2015 Toyota Camry vs. Nissan Altima in Brooklyn, NY

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Toyota Camry

Nissan Altima

Base MSRP:



Interior Volume:

102.7 cu-ft

101.9 cu-ft

Hip Room:

54.4" front, 54.5" rear

54" front, 52.1" rear

Shoulder Room:

58" front, 56.6" rear

56.4" front, 56.4" rear

Rearview Camera:


Only on Higher Trim

Cruise Control:


Only on Higher Trim

The Camry is one of America's favorite sedans, and the 2015 is the best one Toyota has even made. If you are in Queens, or anywhere in New York City, the place to get one is at Plaza Toyota in Brooklyn, NY.

The 2015 Nissan Altima tries hard to catch the class leading Toyota Camry, but it falls a little short when you look at them closely.

Camry Interior Space vs. Altima Interior Space

The Camry and Altima are nearly the same in external size, but Toyota fits more space inside their sedan. In total interior volume, the Camry has an extra cubic foot more than the Altima and the same size trunk. Toyota has more hip and shoulder room in both seats, and more legroom and headroom in the back.

Quality and Dependability

Toyota has a much deserved reputation for quality and trouble-free ownership. J.D. Powers takes surveys every year of new car buyers and owners, to figure out overall ratings for these things. The Camry averaged over the last 5 model years scored 3.8 out of 5 for quality, compared to the Altima's 2.8 score. As for dependability, the last 5 model year Camry's averaged 4 out of 5 while the Altima got just 3.6 for reliability.

Camry Standard Features vs. Altima

These 2 popular sedans have a base price just a few hundred dollars apart, but the Camry gives you a lot more for your money. Some of the items Nissan charges extra for are:

  • Rearview camera
  • Cruise control
  • Power-adjustable seats
  • Front knee airbags

For a great deal on a great midsize sedan, come on over to Plaza Toyota in Brooklyn, N.Y. And check out the new 2015 Camry. We're easy to get to from any of the 5 boroughs of New York City.

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