2015 Toyota Corolla vs 2015 Honda Civic
Drivers looking for a new compact car expect to find one that is efficient, comfortable and safe. If it’s packed full of standard features, then that’s even better! We’ll bring two popular sedans head-to-head for a comparison between the best of the best. Both the 2015 Toyota Corolla and the 2015 Honda Civic offer an impressive fuel economy, ample space for passengers and cargo and they’re both filled with safety features to keep everyone feeling secure and confident.
Both sedans are being compared at their base trims with automatic transmissions. The 2015 Toyota Corolla is slightly less expensive, but the 2015 Honda Civic has a slightly more attractive fuel economy. The Corolla and the Civic are set to fit five passengers comfortably, but the 2015 Toyota Corolla is just a bit larger overall when it comes to passenger and cargo volume. Drivers may opt for the 2015 Toyota Corolla over the 2015 Honda Civic because of the versatility when it comes to storage options. The Corolla features a rear split folding bench seat that is not available on the Honda Civic.
|2015 Toyota Corolla||2015 Honda Civic|
|28 city/37 hwy||MPG||30 city/39 hwy|
|✓||Rear split folding bench seat||x|
|97.5 cu.-ft.||Interior volume||94.6 cu.-ft.|
2015 Toyota Corolla in Moline, IL
The 2015 Toyota Corolla and the 2015 Honda Civic have similar warranties and safety features, but the Corolla comes standard with front knee airbags and the Civic does not. Their interiors are quite comparable both with cloth seats, four speakers and power locks and windows. They’re both equipped with steel wheels and all-season tires.
The 2015 Toyota Corolla comes standard with load restraints, which are not available on the 2015 Honda Civic. The Corolla is best for drivers looking for a little extra space for passengers and cargo as well as a few additional standard features.