2017 Honda Civic vs 2017 Toyota Corolla
Compact cars may be small, but they bring big value to the table. Once thought of as a beginner vehicle, the compact sedan has risen up in the market to be one of the most popular vehicles of our time. With drivability and efficiency like no other model, the compact car combines attitude and style with performance to give the consumer exactly what they need in a lively little vehicle.
If you are interested in a reliable, affordable sedan that can get you great gas mileage but still offer the space you need, then there's no doubt that you've considered either the 2017 Honda Civic or the 2017 Toyota Corolla. Both packed with fun features such as color touch-screen dash displays, Bluetooth streaming, and back-up cameras for seamless parking, showing us that there is really no wrong answer when choosing between these two popular models.
|2017 Honda Civic||vs||2017 Toyota Corolla|
|32/40 MPG||Fuel Economy (City/Highway)||28/36 MPG|
|2.0-liter DOHC I-VTEC 4-Cylinder||Engine||1.8-liter DOHC VVT-I 4-cylinder|
|HondaLink with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto||Available Infotainment||Entune Audio Suite|
28 city / 40 highway/ 32 combined mpg rating for LX model with 6-speed manual transmission. 31 city / 40 highway / 34 combined mpg rating for LX & EX CVT Automatic models. 31 city / 42 highway / 35 combined mpg rating for EX-T model with 6-speed manual transmission. 32 city / 42 highway / 36 combined mpg rating for EX-T, EX-L and Touring CVT Automatic models. Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.
2017 Honda Civic near Chicago IL
Both of these vehicles offer modern and aggressive styling on the inside and out, including sophisticated bodylines on the Civic and a sporty new front end on the Corolla. The Civic exudes confidence in the cockpit with high-quality materials and a bold design-centric instrument display, while the Corolla favors a more upscale feel with a redesigned fluid dashboard and available SofTex seating. Both have available automatic climate control as well, making sure driver comfort is a top priority.
Smaller cars need big safety features, that's why each of these vehicles come with their own group of safety products. Available for Honda is Honda Sensing, a suite of driver-assistive technologies including Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist System, Road Departure Mitigation, Forward Collison Warning, and Adaptive Cruise Control. Toyota has similar safety specs in their Toyota Safety Sense suite, however unlike the new Civic, these are featured standard on all 2017 Corolla trims. It includes a Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Automatic High Beams, and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control.
Want to see these two great models in action? Stop into Continental Motors with locations all around the Chicagoland area and take both for a test drive!