When you are searching for a new vehicle, it is important to find one that has space for all the passengers and cargo you will need to bring along. It can be difficult to tell how big a vehicle is just by looking at it, so it can help to take a more in-depth look. Today we’re going to do just that by answering the question, “How big is the Toyota Camry compared to the Corolla?”.
Which is bigger the Toyota Camry or Toyota Corolla?
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Two of Toyota’s most popular vehicles are the Corolla and Camry. Both vehicles are reliable, fuel-efficient and affordable, but they are quite different when it comes to size. While the Camry and Corolla both have seating for up to five, the Camry has more to offer in terms of space. It has larger interior and cargo volume as well as longer overall length and width. These might not seem like huge differences, but the increased size can really improve comfort for passengers and can help you bring a few extra things along for the ride.
Besides being more spacious, the Camry is also the more powerful option. It comes standard with a 2.5-liter engine that provides 178 horsepower and 170 pounds per feet of torque. The Corolla on the other hand has a 1.8-liter engine that provides 132 horsepower and 128 pounds per feet of torque. The Corolla does however have a significant advantage when it comes to fuel efficiency. It gets an estimated average of 28 city/37 highway mpg. The Camry on the other hand only gets an estimated average of 25 city/35 highway mpg.
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If you want something spacious with a powerful engine you might want to explore the Camry further, but if you want something more affordable and fuel-efficient the Corolla might be for you. If you are interested in learning more about these two Toyota sedan options, call or visit Ackerman Toyota. We will be able to answer any further questions you might have. We can even help you schedule a test drive here in St. Louis, MO. Come see what other drivers already love about the Toyota lineup.