2018 Toyota Corolla


2018 Honda Civic

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Features & Specs

2018 Toyota Corolla

2018 Honda Civic

Adaptive Cruise Control




Front-wheel drive

Front-wheel drive


CVT automatic

6-speed manual

Fuel Capacity

13.2 gallons

12.4 gallons

2018 Toyota Corolla vs 2018 Honda Civic near Prince William, VA

Both the Toyota Corolla and the Honda Civic have remained for the most part unchanged for 2018. The Corolla is known to be a car that lasts and has become a best seller for it. The Civic, on the other hand, may not be a lifelong vehicle, nor an easy to fit cargo spaced trunk. If you want to learn more about these two sedans and how they compare on power and design, then read on.

2018 Toyota Corolla Power & Handling

The Corolla comes with two choices for engine. Most trims come with the 1.8-liter inline-4 engine with the Eco trim coming with a 1.8-liter inline-4 engine. This engine comes with an EPA fuel economy rating of 40 miles per gallon on the highway. Both engines are paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission or a six-speed manual transmission.

2018 Honda Civic Power & Handling

The Civic offers an overwhelming total of four different engines to choose from with many having different effects on the various trims. The top engine received a fuel economy rating of 28 miles per gallon on the highway. Transmission choice (or lack of), depends on the engine. The transmission options are a six-speed manual transmission or a continuously variable automatic transmission. 

2018 Toyota Corolla Features & Design

The various Corolla trims would be the L, LE, LE Eco, SE, XSE, and the XLE. The base trim starts it off with a fully loaded system and each trim follows with the addition of even more included. Optional packages are available to add on as well. The Corolla is also incredibly filled with safety and security features for the ultimate safe ride. 

2018 Honda Civic Features & Design

The Civic comes with six trim levels: the LX, EX, EX-T, EX-L, Touring, and the Si. The base trim is pretty simple and the safety and security features would need to be added through a separate package. Not too much is added at each new level, but they were built to build off the previous with a slight switch up on appearance details. For example, the top trim comes with specific Si branded seats and faux carbon-fiber surfaces. 


Overall the Corolla is long lasting, easy on the wallet, and has some of the safest features available. The Civic lags behind on options and fuel economy in comparison.

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