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2018 Toyota Corolla vs Honda Civic

When you’re on the search for a new sedan in the Northern Virginia area, two vehicles that are probably on your mind are the Toyota Corolla and the Honda Civic. Ourisman Chantilly Toyota is bringing you a 2018 model comparison between these two cars so you can see exactly why the Corolla is your best option.


The Corolla Keeps Your Passengers Comfortable


The 2018 Toyota Corolla boasts 42.3/41.4 inches of front/rear leg room. The Civic, on the other hand, has an identical 42.3 inches of front leg room, but a mere 37.4 inches of leg room for your passengers in the back. Choose the Toyota Corolla and avoid having to cram friends or family in the back seats—with the Corolla, everyone can ride comfortably! You’ll also have plenty of room for both passengers and gear with the Corolla’s 60/40 split fold-down rear seats.

The Toyota Corolla Will Keep You Safe


The Corolla has always had great safety features as part of Toyota Safety Sense™, but the 2018 model has this system as standard on every Corolla! When you buy a Corolla, you’ll also get the Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, and more. The Honda Civic has some similar safety features but they aren’t standard so you’ll have to pay extra. It’s also worth mentioning that the Toyota Corolla received five stars for its Overall Rating during Crash Test Ratings.

Choose the Toyota for a Reliable Vehicle

If all the above points haven’t convinced you yet, this will! The Toyota brand scored a five out of five for vehicle reliability and dependability, while Honda only received a three out of five. If you want a car that will last you for many years or one that you can pass down, trade-in, or resell, the Toyota Corolla is your best bet.

Ready to see the 2018 Toyota Corolla in person? Stop by Ourisman Chantilly Toyota for a test drive. The team at Ourisman Chantilly Toyota can’t wait to help you through the car-buying process. Call 703-337-0661 for an appointment today.