2020 Honda Accord vs 2020 Nissan Altima
2020 Honda Accord 2020 Nissan Altima
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Cargo Space
  16.7 cu. ft. 15.4 cu. ft.
Wheel Type
  Painted Alloy Steel

2020 Honda Accord vs 2020 Nissan Altima

Serving Nashville, TN

For more than four decades, the Honda Accord has been among the most coveted midsize cars on the market. In fact, since 1989, it has consistently been a popular choice in the United States. One of its primary competitors is the Nissan Altima, which also has significant appeal for drivers who are looking for a midsize sedan. How do these models stack up to each other, and which one is best for you?


The 2020 Honda Accord has an undeniably appealing body style that expresses its sophistication through its profile and stance. It also has fluid contour lines and a tapered roofline that show its athletic capabilities and sporty spirit. Its many exterior features may include a sunroof, heated and powered side mirrors with LED turn signal integration, foglamps, remote entry, and more. In comparison, the 2020 Nissan Altima has more geometrically inspired side contouring. It also has the typical flat-bottom grille that all current Nissan models have. The lower chrome piece on the grille carries into extended, angled headlights. It is available with several wheel design options as well as trim-specific items, like a sunroof and turn signal integration in the side mirrors.


The Accord for 2020 is available in six distinctive trims, and these options simplify your shopping experience. Depending on the trim that you prefer, your Accord may come with a heads-up display, ventilated and heated seats with power adjustments, a wireless phone charger, a wireless Internet connection, smartphone integration, driver’s seat memory, Honda Sensing safety tech, smart entry with walkaway technology and many other coveted features. The 2020 Nissan Altima is also available in your choice of several trims. Its equipment may include cloth or leather seats, a rearview monitor, single-zone or dual-zone auto climate control, one-touch power windows, a rear door alert, push-button ignition, and a few additional items.


You can choose between several gas-powered engines and hybrid variations if you prefer the 2020 Honda Accord. The base gas-powered engine is a 1.5-liter, turbocharged inline-4 that delivers 192 horsepower with an automatic transmission. The 2.0-liter variant delivers 252 horsepower. The 2020 Accord also comes with hill start assist, eco assist, active noise cancellation, and other equipment. The Nissan Altima for 2020 is only offered with gas-powered engines. The lower-level engine is a 2.0-liter, inline-4 engine that delivers 188 horsepower. The turbo variant provides you with 248 horsepower. These come with continuously variable transmission and front-wheel drive.

At Music City Honda, we focus on getting each of our valued customers into a new car that is a perfect match for their expectations and needs. If you are ready to continue your comparison, stop by our dealership soon to test drive the Honda Accord and to experience the capabilities of its powertrains for yourself.