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Honda Or Toyota. Who Designs Better Cars?

I have always had love for toyota cars but the fact is that looking at honda cars f the same year starting from 1989, you would be proud of the honda design more tha the toyota's. Anybody noticed this? BE it Honda in general or accord or toyota i general. Honda has alwys had better designs but the engines are just not as powerful as toyota's. The only toyota that has impressed me in the las decade is the 2007 camry. but almost all hondas are beautiful.

AIN'T THIS RIGHT?

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To me, Toyota better pass Honda in everything.

Toyota is king of Japanese cars

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Yeah You are right. The 208 honda accord is so sexy and any one would love the car at first sight. So sexy and looks powerful though it may not really be but the look kills

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Look at it this way:

Toyota builds cars with durability and functionality in mind

Honda builds cars knowing that Toyota has already bought peoples' minds with the durability so they try another angle, hence catchy designs.

Just my two cents.

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Aty least someone agrees with me. The toyota camry 2007 has been the best toyota designed car in years. but honda has a lot of good design cars. But if honda releases their 2007 accord, won't it beat the camry.

Mind you we should be comparing corolla with accord and camry with civic not accord with camry. But i have seen the concept of the 2007 corolla and  think it's beautiful. I think they now have good designers

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Of course Honda has always had better designs than Toyota. Toyota's designs are very unoffensive and bland. no excitement. Honda manages to make quite good looking cars, if not as exciting as designs by European car makers. I agree that the 2007 Camry is one of the best designed Toyota. The Yaris in Europe is another very good design by Toyota. other than those two everything made by Toyota is too boring.

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Look at it this way:

Toyota builds cars with durability in mind

Honda builds cars knowing that Toyota has already bought peoples' minds with the durability so they try another angle, hence catchy designs.

Just my two cents.

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