2018 Toyota Corolla


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2018 Toyota Corolla

2018 Ford Focus


Front-wheel drive

Front-wheel drive


Continuously variable-speed automatic

5-speed manual transmission

Fuel economy (combined)

32 mpg

28 mpg

Fuel capacity

13.2 gal.

12.4 gal.

2018 Toyota Corolla vs 2018 Ford Focus near Prince William, VA

Finding the right car is one of the most important decisions you can make, especially when it comes to finding the perfect sedan. The options are limitless, but finding the sedan that best fits your needs, and the needs of your family, can be a stressful process. Thankfully, there are two sedans that stand out from among the rest--the 2018 Toyota Corolla and the 2018 Ford Focus. Both of these vehicles offer unique styles and unique features. Your question then becomes, but which one is better? To start answering this question, it's important to consider if anything has changed with these cars. The Toyota Corolla has had no need to really change, especially as it is one of the best-selling vehicles in the entire world. The Ford Focus hasn't changed either, instead sticking with a tight rear seating configuration, and an available engine that doesn't give you much umph. If you're interested in finding out which of these sedans comes out on top, then continue reading down below!

2018 Toyota Corolla Power & Handling

There are two different engine options available with the 2018 Corolla. The first of these is the 1.8-liter inline-4, which produces 132 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque. The standard transmission paired with this engine is a continuously variable automatic transmission. However, if you have the SE trim, you'll be able to choose a six-speed manual transmission instead. The second engine is actually the same as the first, but the horsepower and torque have changed. You'll be getting 140 horsepower and 126 pound-feet of torque. If you get this system with 15-inch wheels, then you can get up to 40 miles per gallon on the highway. The LE Eco trim is truly living up to its name, as this configuration comes standard with the LE Eco model.

2018 Ford Focus Power & Handling

There are a few engines that are offered throughout the Ford Focus lineup. Most of them come standard with a 2.0-liter inline-4, which pumps out 146 pound-feet of torque and 160 horsepower. You can pair this engine with a manual or automatic transmission. There is an available engine, which comes with the SE model, that is a 1.0-liter turbocharged inline-3. This engine creates 148 pound-feet of torque and 123 horsepower. While the fuel economy is impressive, the lack of power is frustrating, and you'd be better off skipping this option. The last two engine options include a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4 and a 2.3-liter turbocharged inline-4.

2018 Toyota Corolla Features & Design

Toyota understands the importance of getting the perfect model that suits all of your needs. That's why the 2018 Corolla comes with six trim levels for you to choose from. The base model, the L, features safety features like a rearview camera, automatic high beams, forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection, and lane departure warning with steering assist. You'll also get standard features like Bluetooth, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a 6.1-inch touchscreen, adaptive cruise control, and a 6-speaker audio system. Another option, the XLE, adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel, keyless entry and ignition, an upgraded driver information display, simulated leather upholstery, a 7-inch touchscreen display, a sunroof, heated front seats, an app-based navigation system, and bumper-mounted LED daytime running lights. If you're looking for a sporty Corolla, then you can check out the SE, which adds a rear spoiler, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, sport front seats, and unique front-end styling with a black mesh grille.

2018 Ford Focus Features & Design

There are four available trims that you can choose with the 2018 Focus. The base option, S, comes with a 4-speaker sound system, 15-inch steel wheels, Bluetooth, keyless entry, air-conditioning, voice controls, a height-adjustable driver seat, power locks and mirrors, 60/40-split folding rear seats, power front windows, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a 4.2-inch central display, and a rearview camera. Another available model, SE, adds features like a 6-speaker sound system, 16-inch alloy wheels, rear air vents, cruise control, a front center armrest, power rear windows, and a trip computer. The highest option, Titanium, offers remote start, 17-inch wheels, a rear center armrest, leather-trimmed seats, a leather-wrapped shift knob, four-way adjustable headrests, and an 8-way power-adjustable driver seat.


While these two sedans are both impressive, the 2018 Toyota Corolla simply is more reliable, more comfortable, and features better trim level options. You will not have to worry about whether or not your engine has enough power, and each of the offered models comes with a long list of standard features. To learn more about the Toyota Corolla, check out our full model review that is linked down below, or give us a call today!

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