|2020 Honda Civic||2020 Toyota Corolla|
|15.1 cu. ft.||13.1 cu. ft.|
|Rear Leg Room|
|37.4 in.||34.8 in.|
The Honda Civic and the Toyota Corolla were both introduced to consumers several decades ago as subcompact cars, and they have grown in popularity and size over the years. Today, the Civic and Corolla are compact cars that are available in numerous trims and several body styles. This variation makes them both appealing to many drivers. Before you can make an informed vehicle selection, you need to spend a few minutes comparing these two models in detail.
The 2020 Honda Civic is available in a 2-door coupe and a 4-door sedan body style. Both of these options are offered in several trims, and they boast an aerodynamic, sporty profile. The iconic Honda grille on the front end trends into pointed LED headlights that flare back to visualize the Civic’s performance capabilities. Up to 18-inch wheels, tinted windows, a roof-mounted fin antenna, powered side mirrors with turn signal integration, heated side mirrors, a sunroof, and other exterior features are standard or optional on various trims. The 2020 Toyota Corolla, on the other hand, is available in a hatchback, a wagon, and a sedan body style. All current Corolla cars have a looming grille that extends to the bottom of the front fascia. The headlights have an anvil-like appearance. Side contours shoot straight across the sides, and other contours snake across the doors.
Inside the 2020 Honda Civic, you will find high-quality cloth seating in the lower trims or leather material with heated front seats in the higher trims. The cabin is spacious and decked out with coveted features. Some of these are heated rear seats, a leather steering wheel with heat and mounted controls, a power-adjusting moonroof, a connected audio system, a navigation system, smart device integration, and other preferred items. The 2020 Toyota Corolla has standard or sports seats, a floating display screen above the dashboard, an optional leather steering wheel, an optional moonroof, remote entry, and a few other features.
You want your next car to perform well for you daily, so a review of the powertrain and related equipment is in order. The 2020 Honda Civic is available with a 174-horsepower gas engine mated to a continuously variable transmission, an independent suspension system, and optional paddle shifters in select trims. In the Corolla, you may find a 4-cylinder, 1.8-liter engine paired with a CVT, and it can deliver 139 horsepower. Other powertrains and equipment are available for both of these models in select trims.
The next step in your comparison process is to visit Honda of Murfreesboro soon. By doing so, you can thoroughly compare the Civic’s body styles, trims, and features, and you can finalize your comparison of these two models based on first-hand knowledge.
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