2020 Toyota Corolla vs 2019 Honda Civic
Are you thinking about buying a compact sedan? Here at Toyota Vacaville, we encourage you to take a look at the all-new 2020 Toyota Corolla. With a thorough overhaul for the new model-year, the 2020 Corolla delights on many levels, with its athletic styling, fun-to-drive nature, a new hybrid model, high-level safety, and many advanced technologies. See how the new Corolla favorably stacks up against the compact sedan competition in this 2020 Toyota Corolla vs 2019 Honda Civic comparison.
On the performance front, the 2020 Corolla offers the new 2.0-liter Dynamic-Force four-cylinder engine, which delivers 169 horsepower and 151 lb-ft of torque. Performance for the 2020 Corolla is further enhanced by its Sport driving mode, tight turning radius, electric power steering, independent MacPherson strut front suspension, and multi-link rear suspension. Also, unlike the 2019 Civic, the 2020 Corolla offers an efficient hybrid model, which gets an estimated fuel economy of 53 city/52 hwy mpg.
|2020 Toyota Corolla||VS||2019 Honda Civic|
|Standard||Heated Side Mirrors||No|
|Available||Road Sign Assist||No|
Compare the 2020 Toyota Corolla and 2019 Honda Civic
The 2020 Corolla and 2019 Civic have similar starting prices ($19,500 MSRP vs 19,450 MSRP), but with a plethora of standard features, the Corolla offers greater value. Unlike the Civic, the Corolla comes standard with heated mirrors, keyless entry, and Amazon Alexa. For a higher level of premium, you can get the available Road Sign Assist driving assistance feature, which the Civic doesn’t offer. Also, the standard touchscreen in the Corolla is seven inches, compared to five inches for the Civic. Additionally, the standard audio system in the Corolla has six speakers, compared to four speakers for the Civic.
Are you a compact sedan shopper from Vacaville or elsewhere in Northern California? Check out the all-new 2020 Corolla at Toyota Vacaville!