Quiz: Which Is It: Camry or Accord?
Which Is It: Camry or Accord?
By: Torrance Grey
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About This Quiz

Accord versus Camry: This is a contest that goes back more than 30 years, and continues to this day -- a review of the 2018 Camry called the Accord "Camry's deadliest rival." Deadliest? We doubt that any blood has actually been shed (really -- have you seen the safety ratings on these cars?), but the Accord and Camry were always just too alike -- safe, comfortable, affordable, fuel-efficient -- to be anything but rivals. 

They were both born in the days when the world was reeling from oil shortages and high gas prices, and so their compact size and high mileage were the main selling points. But later, as economies boomed in Japan and North America, both cars became a bit larger, higher-powered, and much more stylish in design. (One even features a fastback roof in its current model). Whatever the size and horsepower, both these cars just kept selling and selling and selling -- as well as racking up appearances on critics' "best" lists. It's a competition that doesn't appear likely to end anytime soon: One car is in its eighth generation; the other in its 10th. 

Accord or Camry: Do you have a preference? Whether or not you do, find out how much you know about these two cars with our quiz! We've mixed in some questions for which the answer is "both" or "neither," just to keep you on your toes!

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This car is a Toyota brainchild.
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This car is part of the Honda family.
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This car debuted in 1976.
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This car branched off from the Celica.
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Its name was chosen to reflect a desire for harmony among people and nations.
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Its model numbers usually contain a "V".
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This was the first Japanese car to be made in the United States.
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It's made the Car and Driver "10 Best" list an astounding 31 times.
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You can buy a model with a V6 engine.
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Some models came with V10 engines.
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You can buy a hybrid model of this car.
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This car was first offered as a hybrid in 2005.
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It was the best-selling passenger car in the US from 1997 to 2016, except for 2001.
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Its mid-size model rolled out in the early 1990s.
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In the mid-1980s, it gave birth to the two-seater CRX.
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An upgraded style of this car became the Lexus ES.
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It has DX, LX and EX trims.
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Some sportier editions have a rear spoiler.
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Recent versions have offered turbocharging.
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The 2018 model will get you up to 41 mpg on the highway.
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In the 1980s, its Japanese model was called the Vigor.
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This car is up to its tenth generation in the US.
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In 1990, these were made at a plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee.
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In the late '80s, an "AeroDeck" model of this car was sold outside the US.
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This car has been offered in a station wagon model.
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The coupe version of this car was discontinued in 2018.
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This car's name can be found in the Bible.
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In some parts of the world, you might know this car as the Daihatsu Altis.
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A model of this car goes by the name "Vista" in Japan.
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Recent models use the Hybrid Synergy Drive system.
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The 2018 model offers up to 252 horsepower.
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The 2018 model has a sloping "fastback" roof.
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For a time, it was advertised by anime-inspired commercials: "The ____ is go!"
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In the late '80s, it sold as the Holden Apollo in Australia.
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Hiro and Ando notably drove this car in Season One of "Heroes."
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