2015 Toyota Corolla vs 2015 Honda Civic
As two of the most popular sedans on the market, it is common to compare the 2015 Toyota Corolla and the 2015 Honda Civic. These two vehicles are similar in size and even both come standard with a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine, leading to nearly identical numbers for power, torque, and fuel economy. Despite their similarities, there are still a number of differences between the Corolla and Civic, each of which puts the Corolla in the lead.
While technology between the two models gets more similar as you move up the trims, the Corolla offers more as standard. It comes with a standard backup camera as well as optional upgrades not available until higher trims on the Civic. These include SiriusXM All Access Radio, navigation, and the Toyota-exclusive Entune App Suite. The Corolla S Plus even comes standard with LED daytime running lights and LED low-beam headlights, which you can’t get on any Civic.
When it comes to basic safety features, the Toyota Corolla and the Honda Civic are fairly similar. Both have an Anti-lock Brake System, Traction Control, and Vehicle Stability Control. The Corolla stands out with eight standard airbags, compared to six on the Civic, and Whiplash-Injury-Lessening front seats. The Corolla also comes with ToyotaCare so you don’t have to worry about roadside assistance or factory scheduled maintenance for the first two years of owning your sedan.
Once you have made your decision, head to Warrenton Toyota in Warrenton, Virginia, and take a look at the various Toyota Corolla configurations available.