Drivers have many options to choose from in the sedan segment, which is why Hesser Toyota is comparing the 2016 Toyota Corolla side-by-side to the the 2015 Honda Civic, two of the most popular vehicles in the class.
The 2015 Honda Civic takes its mark at the moderately pricy end of the non-luxury sedan price bracket with a starting MSRP of $18,490. Some prospective drivers may find the vehicle's performance to warrant that price, as it's able to generate 143 horsepower and earn an estimated 39 mpg highway fuel economy. Inside its cabin is up to 94.6 cubic feet of space for passengers, so travelers will feel comfortable during their commutes and daily errands.
|2016 Toyota Corolla||VS||2015 Honda Civic|
|97.5 cu. ft.||Passenger volume||94.6 cu. ft.|
Competing against the Civic is a challenge for any sedan, but the Corolla gives a performance that holds up to even the toughest challengers.
At a slightly more affordable price point, the 2016 Toyota Corolla is a solid option for drivers needing a vehicle that's versatile, comfortable and tech savvy. With a starting MSRP of $17,230, the Corolla brings ample value to the sedan class. All of its performance specs are only slightly lower than the Civic, which makes the price difference more understandable. Earning an estimated 37 mpg highway, the Corolla is efficient and conscious of its fuel consumption. When drivers select the vehicle's strongest powertrain, the Corolla can deliver a 140-horsepower performance with ease. Its cabin offers up to 97.5 cubic feet of passenger space to enhance the travel experience. Those interested in seeing what the 2016 Toyota Corolla can deliver can schedule a test drive online with Hesser Toyota today.