2022 Honda Civic vs 2022 Toyota Corolla
Both the Civic and the Corolla have that fair share of success in the sedan segment. Both these Japanese thoroughbreds are built to offer functionality and feasibility. With a multitude of comfort and convenience features on offer, these sedans are the best options to consider if you are looking for a user-friendly vehicle. That said, both these vehicles stand in contention with each other and can be considered perfect contenders in the sedan segment. In this article, we are going to look into what differentiates them and what makes them unique in their own way.
The Honda Civic is currently in its eleventh generation and has been completed redesigned for the 2022 model year. On the other hand, the Toyota Corolla is in its twelfth generation and receives no major changes for 2022. The Honda Civic will be available in four trims – LX, Sport, EX, and Touring, while the Toyota Corolla will be available in nine trims – L. LE. Hybrid LE, SE, SE Nightshade Edition, SE Apex Edition, XLE, XSE, and XSE Apex Edition. We at White’s Lima have both these competent sedans on offer. Contact us to know more about both these sedans.
2022 Honda Civic
2022 Toyota Corolla
|2.0-liter Inline-four Cylinder||Engine||1.8-liter Inline-four Cylinder|
|158 hp / 138 ft-lbs.||Horsepower/Torque||139 hp / 126 ft-lbs.|
|Continuously variable-speed automatic transmission (CVT)||Transmission||Continuously variable-speed automatic transmission (CVT)|
|31 / 40 / 35||MPG (City/Highway/Combined)||30 / 38 / 33|
Performance, Specs, and Features of the 2022 Honda Civic and 2022 Toyota Corolla
The Honda Civics’ 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine is powerful enough to put a smile on your face with a power output of 158 horsepower and 138 pound-feet of torque. The Toyota Corolla on the other hand is not far behind with 139 horsepower and 126 pound-feet of torque producing a 1.8-liter four-cylinder powertrain. Both the vehicles come with continuously variable-speed automatic transmission (CVT). While the Civic has another optional 1.5-liter turbocharged engine with 180 horsepower power output on offer, the Corolla offers a more powerful 2.0-liter four-cylinder option along with a hybrid option. In terms of power output and performance, both the sedans go neck-and-neck. But when it comes to overall efficiency, the Honda Civic has a bit more of an advantage over the Corolla.
Both the sedans also offer a well-rounded interior cabin with a host of features to simplify your commute. When it comes to the Honda Civic, the lower trims are equipped with seven-inch touchscreen displays while the top-end Touring offers a nine-inch touchscreen. On the other hand, the Toyota Corolla offers a seven-inch touchscreen in the base trims and an eight-inch touchscreen in the higher trims. Both the vehicles come with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth connectivity as standard features. The Toyota Corolla has a slight advantage in the features aspect with additional standard features like Wi-Fi connectivity, Amazon Alexa, and SiriusXM Radio integration, to name some of them. Both the sedans offer cloth-upholstered seats in the lower trims that upgrade to leather in the higher trims.
We at White’s Lima have both these sedans on offer. Contact us to schedule a test drive for both these vehicles.