2015 Toyota Camry 2015 Nissan Altima
268/248 Horsepower/Torque 270/258
Yes Wireless Charging No
Yes Pre-Collision System No
Yes Hybrid Model Offered No

2015 Toyota Camry vs 2015 Nissan Altima 

2015 Toyota Camry Interior

In the search for an affordable, safe and reliable midsize sedan, the popular Camry and Altima models are at the top of the list. They offer reasonable pricing, spacious interiors, exceptional fuel economy and a plethora of standard and optional features. So which one is the better choice? In this 2015 Toyota Camry vs 2015 Nissan Altima comparison, we evaluated several categories to determine the preferred option for a midsize sedan.  

For the 2015 model year, the Camry boasts new styling, new features and an updated interior with improved materials, while the 2015 Altima only offers minor updates, such a standard power driver's seat in the SV trim. Both vehicles score very highly with reliability and safety ratings. However, when it comes to safety equipment, the 2015 Camry has many more advanced features. In addition to its superior back-up camera, the Camry boasts high-tech safety equipment, including a pre-collision system, adaptive cruise control and a forward-collision detection system with automatic braking. The advantage clearly goes to the Camry in terms of safety options. 

Advanced Tech on the 2015 Toyota Camry 

Before the Camry received its updates for 2015, it matched up fairly equally with the Altima on the advanced technology front. However, it has now pulled far ahead due to the strength of its exclusive new tech features. In addition to the safety features mentioned earlier, the Camry offers impressive tech like the Entune Information system, which is much more useful than the Altima's NissanConnect system. Other great tech on the 2015 Camry include a Navigation system with traffic, trip information screen, voice-activated features and Multi-Information Display. 

Both vehicles offer similar performance with engines with a nearly identical horsepower output in their standard models. However, drivers who really want to boost their fuel economy can opt for the hybrid version of the Camry, with its budget-friendly 43 mpg city/32 mpg hwy. In contrast, the Altima does not even offer a hybrid model. After taking in account all the great new tech and safety features along with the option of a fuel-effect hybrid version, the 2015 Toyota Camry is the clear-cut winner in the rivalry between these mid-size sedans. We welcome you to Tuscaloosa Toyota to see for yourself what the Camry has to offer. We are sure you won't be disappointed with this fantastic mid-size sedan. Also, be sure to check out our no-cost non-factory Lifetime Warranty, which extends the standard Powertrain Warranty for any new Toyota model.