Competition is close between the 2016 Toyota Corolla and 2015 Nissan Sentra in just about each area of the vehicles' performances. The vehicles are being matched for fuel economy, starting price, power under the hood and space for passengers. The vehicle with the most balance in those categories wins.
The 2015 Nissan Sentra starts at $16,480 MSRP, making it the more attainable option out of the two vehicles by $750 MSRP. In terms of performance, the Sentra can generate 130 horsepower under the hood while also managing to produce a fuel economy of 40 mpg highway. The Sentra is a fuel-saving option, especially for drivers who travel frequently. With up to 95.9 cubic feet of space for passengers, the Sentra is also comfortable for any length trip.
While the 2016 Toyota Corolla is more expensive starting at $17,230 MSRP, the vehicle is offered in various trims that allow for an estimated 42 mpg highway fuel economy (LE Eco trim) and a 140-horsepower performance. The vehicle's balance of power and efficiency is something many vehicles hope to achieve, but the Corolla has mastered it. Inside its cabin is 97.5 cubic feet of passenger space, which accommodates travelers regardless of how long the journey is. Drivers interested in finding balance behind the wheel can schedule a test drive at Hesser Toyota online or at the dealership today.