Compare Honda and Toyota Compact Sedans in Lima OH

By Product Expert | Posted in Comparisons, Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla on Wednesday, October 28th, 2015 at 7:40 pm
2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Toyota Corolla at Allan Nott-Lima OH

2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Toyota Corolla

If you are familiar with the automotive industry, you have likely seen headlines that include both the 10th-generation Honda Civic and the Toyota Corolla Special Edition. Each compact sedan brings its own award-winning style, flair and performance to the table, giving car shoppers in the Lima, OH area some great options here at Allan Nott. To help car shoppers make a more informed car-buying decision, we have created a 2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Toyota Corolla comparison to highlight the new Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla, both available in the Allan Nott inventory.

Honda Civic vs Toyota Corolla Engine Options

When it comes to the compact sedan class, ultra-efficient engine options are the highlight and both the 2016 Honda Civic and 2016 Toyota Corolla deliver. Base Toyota Corolla editions feature an exceptional 132-horsepower 1.8-liter engine that makes 37 mpg on the highway with a continuously variable transmission. An upgraded Corolla Eco trim 1.8-liter with Valvematic technology makes 140 horsepower and 42 mpg on the highway. Regardless of which Toyota Corolla trim you opt for, you can expect an energetic and efficient drive.

READ MORE: Will the 2016 Honda Civic be Faster than Previous Models?

By comparison, the 2016 Honda Civic features two all-new powertrains. Though official performance specs have not been released yet, they are being billed as the most powerful and efficient engines to date. Base Civic models will employ a new 2.0-liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine that is the most powerful standard powertrain ever offered and is still expected to make *41 mpg on the highway. A new turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine is the first turbo available under the hood of a Honda Civic in the U.S. and will make up to *42 mpg on the highway.

Will the 2016 Honda Civic Be Faster
 2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Toyota Corolla at Allan Nott-Lima OH-2016 Toyota Corolla

Honda Civic vs Toyota Corolla Design

You really can’t go wrong choosing between the 2016 Honda Civic and the 2016 Toyota Corolla as both offer energetic and efficient engine options that will surpass expectations. Equipped with an all-new design, the Honda Civic is an attractive option with a more athletic style and multiple configurations that include sedan, coupe, 5-door hatchback and performance-tuned models.

READ MORE: Compare Midsize Models in Our Honda Accord vs Toyota Camry Comparison

On the other side of the comparison, the Toyota Corolla offers a sleek, sporty sedan configuration that is enhanced by a one-of-a-kind Corolla Special Edition. Offered with three exclusive colors, a black interior with red accents, a sport driving mode, steering wheel paddle shifters and a long list of features, the Special Edition is a hit here at Allan Nott.

If you are considering a new compact sedan, we have two of the best here at Allan Nott in the Honda Civic and the Toyota Corolla and our 2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Toyota Corolla comparison highlights key elements of each. If you are looking for more proof, stop in today at Allan Nott in Lima to schedule a test drive in these dynamic and efficient compact sedans. You won’t be disappointed.

*Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

Sharing is caring!

Comments are closed.

Adjust Payment Terms ×

We want to help you find the perfect car that fits your budget. Please adjust the options below so we can estimate the most accurate monthly payments.

Estimated Credit Score or Interest Rate

Desired Loan Term (months)

How much will you put down?

All tax, title and vehicle registration fees are additional. See dealer for complete details.
*Rates as low as 7.9%, 6.4%, 4.9%, 3.4%, and 1.9%. Interest rates are dependent on year, make, and model of vehicle being financed.