Compare 2018 Toyota Corolla

 

Comparing the 2018 Toyota Corolla to its Competitors at Koons Westminster Toyota serving Baltimore, MD

We here at Koons Westminster Toyota know that drivers from Rockville, MD to Hanover, PA and beyond demand excellence on every errand and road trip, and our selection of vehicles is always set to please! The compact 2018 Toyota Corolla is no exception to this room either and, with a compact size that's surprisingly roomy and a cabin that's loaded out with tons of modern technologies, this sedan could be the ride of your dreams! Whether you tend to drive alone, you're the head of a small family, or you carpool for work, this small car simply won't let you down. Of course, it has some competition so we'd like to provide the details to curious Frederick drivers about how the Corolla always pulls ahead! Take a look below to see it compared to a main competitor - the 2018 Honda Civic - and prepare to be amazed at what Toyota's offering can do.




 

The 2018 Toyota Corolla vs. the 2018 Honda Civic

  • The 2018 Toyota Corolla's is just $19,495 MSRP, saving you hundreds of dollars right away over the 2018 Honda Civic's starting price of $19,730 MSRP.
  • While the Civic's 6-speed manual may give you more direct control over your drive, the 2018 Corolla's CVT provides a smoother and more care-free drive.
  • And speaking of a care-free drive, the Corolla comes standard with adaptive cruise control to make your time on the highway feel like second nature; the Civic only provides this feature on higher trim levels.
  • In fact, the Corolla comes standard with an entire suite of safety features - called Toyota Safety Sense P - and includes a Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Automatic High Beams, and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. The Civic, on the other hand, doesn't offer any of these as standard features.
  • Rear passengers will be delighted to find that the Corolla has significantly more leg room in the second row than the Civic does, making those long rides more comfortable for taller passengers.

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