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Pitting 2021 Honda Civic vs. 2021 Toyota Corolla puts two of the industry’s most popular compact vehicles head-to-head, so it’s a comparison plenty of drivers are naturally keen to make. Read on to discover how they compare on:
Entry-level and top-tier 2021 Honda Civic trims include:
Entry-level and top-tier 2021 Toyota Corolla trims include:
The Honda Civic starts a little higher, but look to higher trims and you’ll find the Corolla starting to demand more money.
Both models offer two engines, but you’ll always find significantly more power available from the Civic.
2021 Honda Civic engine options include:
2021 Toyota Corolla engine options include:
Better yet, the Honda Civic with CVT and turbocharged 4-cylinder engine can deliver up to an EPA-estimated 32 mpg in the city and 42 on the highway. The Corolla can’t match those scores in any configuration.
You’ll find the Honda Civic offering a few features unavailable with the Toyota Corolla, including a 10-Speaker Premium Sound System. However, each model is well stocked with top-tier technology, including the following cutting-edge driver assistance features as standard:
As concluded by Car and Driver: “It’s fun-to-drive nature and focus on practicality makes the Honda Civic a compact car we’re happy to recommend.” It certainly outpaces the Toyota Corolla whether you’re looking at available speakers or power and MPG specs. To find out more or hear about Car Doc maintenance plans, simply contact us today.
*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $1,045.00 destination charge, options and accessories. Dealers set own prices.