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Honda Civic vs. Toyota Corolla

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2017 Comparison

 

When looking for the right car for you, there are many to choose from. The  Honda Civic and the  Toyota Corolla both have updated and accessible features that make them ideal sedans. However, when compared, the 2017 Honda Civic has even more to offer you.



2017 Honda Civic

 

Variety
 

This midsize car offers great standard features on all trim levels, plus a thrilling yet practical performance. Not only is the 2017 Honda Civic available in multiple trims levels; it is also available as a coupe, sedan, or five-door ride.
 
 

Power
 

The 2017 Civic promises a hands-on driver experience with manual transmissions and impressive engine options. A standard 2.0-liter four-cylinder gives the 2017 Civic its solid performance. For those who want more from their car, a 1.5-liter turbo engine paired with six-speed manual transmission promises a maximum of 174 horsepower, a reliable performance by the hatchback model.  
 
 

Technology
 

Every model of the 2017 Honda Civic is equipped with thoughtful features like speed-sensitive volume control and automatic climate control. These make your ride more pleasant while keeping your attention on the road. The available smartphone connectivity with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will quickly become a convenience you won’t want to live without. The Honda Sensing safety suite with features like the lane keeping assist system is available on all trim levels. It’s the combination of performance, technology, and a variety that makes the 2017 Honda Civic such a popular choice.



2017 Toyota Corolla

 

Variety



The Toyota Corolla is offered in seven trims levels with many choices and a modest price tag. Although it is now being offered as a hatchback in addition to its usual sedan, it is not offered in a five-door option.
 

Power



The 2017 Corolla doesn't have quite the same horsepower to match the Civic.Its estimates are between 132 to 140hp, edged out by the Civic with 174 maximum horsepower.  


Technology



The 2017 Toyota Corolla also boasts a long list of features that are standard on every trim level. Outside, new Bi-LED headlamps are the new standard. Inside, a rear-view camera is one of many helpful features to keep you at peace when you’re driving. That includes the Toyota Safety Sense P, which provides things like steering assist, lane departure alert, and a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection.  


Come check out the 2017 Honda Civic today and all it has to offer above its competitors!  
 

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