How Does the 2016 Toyota Corolla Compare to the 2016 Honda Civic?
Compact sedans are as popular today as ever. If you are looking to purchase a compact in the Warrenton, Virginia area, you have several models to choose from and looking at them side by side. Two of these are the 2016 Toyota Corolla and the 2016 Honda Civic.
2016 Toyota Corolla Features
The Corolla S Plus and the Civic SE are on equal footing in some places, but not where making driving fun is concerned. Automatic climate control, and leather-wrapped steering wheel with phone and audio controls come standard in the Corolla. Heated power outside mirrors with turn indicators are also available on the Corolla S Plus, but not the Civic SE. In addition, the Corolla features a moonroof and Smart Key System.
2016 Toyota Corolla Safety
Safety is extremely important when looking at what kind of compact sedan to get. While the Honda Civic puts up a lot of very nice safety features, such as traction control, anti-lock brake system, and vehicle stability control, so does the Corolla. The Corolla also has whiplash-injury-lessening front seats. While the Corolla has eight standard airbags, the Civic only has six. The Corolla S Plus has LED headlights and LED daytime running lights, as well as ToyotaCare’s roadside assistance.
2016 Toyota Corolla Value
Compact sedans are known to retain their value years after purchase. Fuel efficiency is premium in these vehicles, but the Toyota Corolla comes standard with other valuable features the Civic doesn’t. ToyotaCare’s 24-hour roadside assistance and two-year or 25,000 mile factory scheduled maintenance plan is important to many Warrenton Corolla drivers. And to prove the durability of the Corolla, over 90% of those sold in the last decade are still on the road today.
If you would like to test drive a 2016 Toyota Corolla and are in the Warrenton, Virginia area, speak with the team at Warrenton Toyota today.