Sometimes all the cargo space you really need is a trunk. When you buy a sedan instead of a small SUV or hatchback, your storage space is limited to what you can fit in your trunk if your back seats are occupied. Honda and Toyota, as two of the most prominent sedan manufacturers going into the new decade, have similar amounts of trunk space in their respective sedans, but which one has the most? Continue reading the rest of this entry to find out!
Honda Civic Trunk Space vs Toyota Corolla Trunk Space
Using the 2020 model year as an example, the Honda Civic Sedan has 15.1 cubic feet of space in the trunk. Compare this with the 2021 Toyota Corolla at 13.1 cubic feet. While it is clear that the Honda Civic wins this round, the trade-off means the Corolla has more room elsewhere. If you need to get the most out of your trunk space in the compact segment, go for the Honda Civic.
Honda Accord Trunk Space vs Toyota Camry Trunk Space
Moving up to the mid-size competition, the Honda Accord has a trunk measuring 16.7 cubic feet. Once again the Toyota option lags behind in terms of trunk space. With 15.1 cubic feet behind the back seats in the Camry, the choice for trunk space remains Honda. If you’ve paid close attention to those numbers, the Camry has as much trunk space as the Honda Civic, the sedan an entire class size smaller!
Honda Fit Cargo Space vs Toyota Yaris Hatchback Cargo Space
While neither of these models are actually sedans, these numbers might help with your own personal comparisons. The 2020 Honda Fit hatchback has 16.6 cubic feet of cargo space. Compare this with the Toyota Yaris Hatchback and its 15.86 cubic feet of cargo space. These are both subcompact vehicles, smaller than most sedans, and can fit more cargo space than most sedans. If you weren’t considering hatchbacks before, maybe you should!