If you’re looking for affordable transportation that doesn’t skimp on features or safety, then a compact sedan could be exactly what you’re looking for. These vehicles are easy to park, easy to drive, and easy to live with – but there’s a storm brewing. Two of the biggest names in the business, the Corolla and the Civic, are sizing each other up, and McPhillips Toyota pits these two against each other to find out who would win in a battle for compact sedan supremacy.
So without further ado, let’s see whether it’s the 2018 Corolla or its mortal enemy that ends up on top!
|2018 Toyota Corolla CE||2018 Honda Civic DX|
|Engine Type||1.8L I-4||2.0L I-4|
|Fuel Economy (L/100km)||8.4 City / 6.5 Hwy||8.5 City / 6.0 Hwy|
|Front Legroom (mm)||1,075.4||1,074|
|Rear Legroom (mm)||1,051||950|
|Rear Seat Folding||60-40 Split||Full (no split)|
|Touchscreen||Yes, 6.1-inch||Yes, 5-inch|
|Automated Emergency Braking||Standard||Optional|
|Lane Departure Alert||Standard||Optional|
|Dynamic Cruise Control||Standard||Optional|
|Automatic High Beam||Standard||Not Available|
As you can see, while the Corolla and the Civic might cost the same, the level of equipment that comes standard wildly differs. The Corolla comes standard with “Toyota Safety Sense P”, bundling equipment like Lane Departure Alert and Pre-Collision with Pedestrian Detection to keep you and others safe on the roads. It’s no wonder why the Corolla was awarded the IIHS’ (Insurance Institute of Highway Safety) Top Safety Pick award, while the Civic wasn’t.
So if you’re interested in taking the 2018 Corolla for a drive, Book a Test Drive with us. You can find plenty of brand-new Corollas in our New Vehicle Inventory, while our Certified Pre-Owned Inventory offers numerous like-new Corollas to choose from. If you’d like to learn more about Corolla or any other Toyota, feel free to use the contact form below and our friendly team of sales representatives will be more than happy to assist you!