Compact sedans are popular among single drivers who enjoy the thrill of the experience—and the unbeatable gas mileage. Two of the most best-selling compact sedans on the road today are the Toyota Corolla and the Honda Civic. To show how the Corolla stacks up against the competition, we’ve put together a comparison of the 2017 Toyota Corolla vs the 2017 Honda Civic Sedan.
Our comparison looks at the base trims of each model: the Corolla L and the Civic LX. The Corolla boasts a cheaper price tag than the Civic, while also offering drivers more for their money. The Corolla features two more speakers than the Civic for a better sound experience, four more inches of rear legroom (a deal breaker in some cases), and a remote fuel filler door release.
|2017 Toyota Corolla||vs||2017 Honda Civic Sedan|
|6||Number of Speakers||4|
|41.4 inches||Rear Legroom||37.4 inches|
|Standard||Remote Fuel Filler Door Release||Not Available|
The 2017 Toyota Corolla at Ackerman Toyota is available in seven feature-packed models, including the 50th Anniversary Special Edition model. The Corolla is offered in nine sophisticated color options, with a new Black Cherry Pearl paint color available exclusively for the Special Edition model. The 2017 Corolla offers advanced technology, smart safety systems, and sport styling both inside and out.