How does the Toyota Corolla compare to the Honda Civic?

Let’s face it – when it comes down to buying a new ride, it’s easy to get a little overwhelmed. There are tons of choices that you have to make before you even get behind the wheel for a test drive! What make should you choose, and what model is going to meet all of your driving needs? Not to mention, what exactly are those needs? Do you prefer manual or automatic, and does fuel efficiency count more than towing capabilities? What about technology or interior space?

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Which new Toyota in Orlando is a fit for you?

That’s why we’re here to help at Toyota of Orlando. We have a team full of knowledgeable sales specialists that can help you narrow your search and find the perfect new Toyota that’s best-suited to all of your needs (and fits into your budget comfortably). We also can help you decide if a new Toyota in Orlando is a make for you – in fact, we’re here to help you start researching just that before you even begin your search. Today, let’s take a look at how the 2014 Toyota Corolla compares to the Honda Civic, one of its main competitors!

New Toyota Corolla in Orlando FL

Toyota vs Honda Fuel Efficiency: One of the factors that we often hear customers inquiring about when it comes to our cars is fuel efficiency. The 2014 Toyota Corolla in Orlando got some major performance enhancements for the new model year, and it’s right on par with the Honda Civic in terms of fuel economy – both get an estimated 27 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway. However, have you heard of the Toyota Corolla LE Eco? This brand-new trim-level is up for grabs this year and it pushes fuel efficiency to the max – you can get 30 mpg in the city and 40 mpg on the highway without having to shell out money for hybrid technology!

Reliability: Another factor that often comes into play is reliability; you want a vehicle that’s going to last for years to come. The 2014 Toyota Corolla in Orlando can deliver with ease! In fact, it regularly outperforms the Honda Civic in reliability studies conducted by JD Power and Consumer Reports (oh, and it’s one of the best-selling compact cars in the world, too!)!

Price: You’ll also want to talk about price when you come in to take a look at our 2014 Toyota options, and this model surpasses the Honda Civic in that arena as well. You can get a new Toyota Corolla at the starting MSRP of $17,400, while the Honda Civic has a higher starting point of $18,165! Those extra bucks will add up when it comes to your monthly payment and your finance plan!

Explore the 2014 Toyota Corolla in person!

There are many other aspects of the driving experience to consider when it comes to buying a new car, so why not see if this new Toyota can meet your needs and how it stacks up against the Honda Civic in person? Come down to our Toyota dealership in Central Florida today – we’re at 3575 Vineland Road, just off I-4 near the Millenia Mall!

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