Comparing Toyota Corolla with Honda Civic
The 2020 Toyota Corolla SE and Honda Civic are long-time competitors in the compact car niche. Both models are filled with tech and safety features, and amenities; which makes both of them a worthy investment. How do you select the best one for you and your family?
At Hendrick certified Toyota, we recommend looking at what your needs are and how that fits in with your budget when shopping for a vehicle. To help you make the right decision, we’ve drawn up a Corolla vs Civic comparison below:
The Corolla is one of the most widespread Toyota models in the United States. In fact, the giant carmaker has sold over 46 million Corollas since its first introduction in 1966. Why has Corolla maintained a steady place in compact car space? First, it’s the fact that it can comfortably seat up to five people.
The 2020 Toyota Corolla compact four-door is available in two versions: as a hatchback and a sedan. There’s also an exciting hybrid version for 2020.
In the United States, Honda’s Civic has maintained its third-place stance, behind the Toyota Camry and Toyota Corolla. The Civic was first introduced to Americans in 1973 and has since then sold over 19 million vehicles. According to retail sales, it is one of America’s top-selling cars.
The Civic also seats five passengers in all its available formats. It is available in the following styles:
- Honda Civic Hybrid
- Honda Civic Coupe two-door
- Honda Civic Type R
- Honda Civic Hatchback
The Honda Civic 2019 model has won numerous awards. It also managed to garner several accolades, such as ‘best compact car’ and “buyers’ most wanted car” by top tier sites like Edmunds and Car & Driver.
Both the Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic are designed by Japanese companies. However, they are manufactured in factories located in the United States. Still, the Toyota Corolla beats the Honda Civic on many fronts.
If you would like to know more about the features of the 2020 Toyota Corolla SE, head over to your nearest Toyota dealership Jacksonville, NC, today.