At Toyota Chula Vista, we have many Toyota models that are great for families in our new car inventory, including the 2018 Toyota Highlander and the 2018 Toyota RAV4. Even though SUVs have become a popular choice for a family car in recent years, a sedan is the still the preferred family vehicle for many drivers. If you want a sedan as your family car, you can’t go wrong with either the 2018 Toyota Camry or the 2018 Kia Cadenza. While both of those vehicles are full-size sedans, differences exist between the two competitors.
The 2018 Toyota Camry
As your local Toyota dealers serving San Diego, CA and surrounding areas, we can tell you that the Toyota Camry was completely redesigned for the 2018 model-year. The vehicle is offered in six family-friendly trims and the roomy sedan is available with your choice of three powertrains.
We’re extremely proud to tell you that the 2018 Toyota Camry has a bevy of standard advanced safety features. These features include adaptive cruise control, a lane departure warning and intervention system, a front collision warning that has pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking, and automatic headlights. As you would expect, the new Toyota Camry is also loaded with technology features, including Bluetooth™ connectivity, a rearview camera, a USB port, a seven-inch touchscreen, and a sound system that has six speakers.
2018 Kia Cadenza
The Kia Cadenza was redesigned for the 2017 model-year so the 2018 version of the sedan is quite similar to last year’s model. Whereas every trim of the new Toyota Camry is equipped with standard advanced safety features, intelligent safety features like parking sensors are optional on the Kia Cadenza.
When you visit our Toyota dealership near Lemon Grove, CA, we’ll tell you that you won’t have as many options available to you when you buy or lease a Kia Cadenza instead of a 2018 Toyota Camry. The new Kia Cadenza is only offered in three trims and only one powertrain is available. While that’s the case, the Kia Cadenza still has some sought-after features, such as Bluetooth™ connectivity, a seven-inch touchscreen, and heated front seats.
To learn more about how the 2018 Toyota Camry compares to rivals like the 2018 Kia Cadenza, visit Toyota Chula Vista today.