If you've been shopping around for a stylish compact sedan that is loaded with technology and is multi-award winning, then the 2015 Toyota Corolla is your car. Sleek and dependable, this iconic compact has been populating the streets of Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, Pomona and the entire Inland Empire for decades. Come get behind the wheel of Corolla at Claremont Toyota in Claremont, CA. Our polite sales team is ready to make you an impressive deal on this beauty, so head on over and let's send you off in a 2015 Toyota Corolla today!
Let's take a look at how the 2015 Toyota Corolla compares to the Honda Civic.
Toyota and Honda both have the reputation of being budget-friendly and fuel-efficient, but when you see the MSRP of the 2015 Corolla vs. the Honda Civic, you'll think twice about Honda. With a starting price tag of $16,950, the Corolla will keep more than $1500 in the bank for you when you choose it over the Civics' hefty MSRP of $18,490. And remember, that's before we offer an even deeper discount on the Corolla at Claremont Toyota! They do offer many of the same standard features, but you won't get a 2-year/25,000 mile free maintenance plan on the Civic like you will on the 2015 Toyota Corolla.
The 2015 Toyota Corolla offer you power options that you won't find on the Honda Civic. You'll choose from two available engines with the Corolla -- a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder with 132 horses or a 1.8L 4-cylinder which pumps out 140 horses, mated to either a 6-speed manual, 4-speed or CVT automatic. In comparison, the Civic only offers up a1.8L I4 with 143 horses and works with either a 5-speed manual or CVT automatic. True, the Civic slightly exceeds the Corolla in horsepower -- and we mean, by a hair -- but you can still choose an engine and transmission to suit your needs with the 2015 Toyota Corolla while you won't have many choices in the Civic.
You know both these tough competitors will battle it out here, but the 2015 Toyota Corolla still winds this well-fought round. With the Corolla's Eco model, it achieves an uber-impressive EPA- estimated 30/40 mpg -- nearly hybrid numbers -- while the Civic does well, but still can't beat the 2015 Corolla at 30/39 mpg.View Inventory