2021 Honda Civic Vs. 2021 Toyota Corolla
Compact sedans remain a viable option for people looking for a vehicle that is easy to use and inexpensive. Most people have used and loved the Toyota Corolla and the Honda Civic, the two most popular cars in this class. Toyota and Honda sell several. Models of the above cars every year. If you're looking for a compact car for yourself or a small family, potential buyers should drive both the 2021 Honda Civic and the 2021 Toyota Corolla. Here is a comparison of the two popular sedans to help research.
Parameters to Compare the Sedans:
- Trim Levels:
The equipment variants LX, Sport, EX, EXL, and Touring are available for the 2021 Honda Civic Sedan. it is also available as standard in a four-door hatchback body. Honda also offers a Civic Type R hatchback with an even more powerful turbo engine for hardcore drivers. Levels for the 2021 Toyota Corolla. There are also special variants such as the SE Nightshade and Apex variants of the SE and XSE.
- Maintenance Plans:
The 2021 Honda Civic does not come with free scheduled maintenance. on the other hand, prepaid maintenance plans can be purchased. Toyota offers free scheduled maintenance for the first two years or 25,000 miles that buyers own their Corollas.
- Hybrid Options:
While there is no hybrid option for the 2021 Civic, only the LE trim level is available for the Corolla Hybrid 2021. Hybrid Corolla buyers will be pleased that the Japanese manufacturer offers a 10 year or 150,000 hybrid battery warranty, 8 year or 100,000-mile hybrid system warranty.
- Warranty- Here’s a look at the standard warranty, powertrain warranty, and Roadside Assistance for both vehicles:
|Vehicle||Standard Warranty||Powertrain Warranty||Roadside Assistance|
|2021 Honda Civic||3 years/ 36,000 miles||5 years/ 60,000 miles||3 years/ 36,000 miles|
|2021 Toyota Corolla||3 years/ 36,000 miles||5 years/ 60,000 miles||2 years/ 25,000 miles|
- e) Engines- Here’s a look at the engine capacities on the two sedans:
|Vehicle||Engine||Power (hp)||Torque (lbs.-ft)||Transmission|
|2021 Honda Civic (Sport, LX)||2.0 liter, 4-cylinder||158||138||CVT|
|2021 Honda Civic (EX-L, Touring, EX)||1.5 liter, turbocharged, 4-cylinder (more powerful)||174||162||CVT|
|2021 Toyota Corolla (XLE, L, LE)||1.8 liter, 4-cylinder||139||126||CVT|
|2021 Toyota Corolla (XSE, SE)||2.0 liter, 4- cylinder||169||151||CVT/6-speed manual|
|2021 Toyota Corolla Hybrid||1.8 liter and 53KW electric motor||121||105||CVT|
Here, CVT stands for Continuously Variable Transmission.
- Trunk Capacity:
The trunk capacity of the Civic is more, offering 15.1 cubic feet (14.7 for the Touring) in comparison to 13.1 cubic feet in the Toyota Corolla.
- Connected Services:
Honda will only offer basic connected services for the 2021 Civic. The Honda Link app can check fuel range, oil life, and make service appointments. In comparison, every 2021 Toyota Corolla receives a free year of Safety Connect, which includes automatic collision notification and fast service. Access to emergency services. A 3-month free trial is also available for Corolla Wi-Fi.