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Drivers compare the 2021 Honda Civic vs. 2021 Toyota Corolla all the time. It’s hard to ignore either model when you’re looking for a compact sedan able to balance surprisingly spacious dimensions with sporty performance and top of the line technology. To see which model walks that line better, go ahead and compare them on:
You’ll want to start with starting prices, and it’s nice to see the Civic and Corolla are more or less equal. The Civic starts a little higher as standard, whereas the Corolla is a little more expensive with higher trims.
2021 Honda Civic trims range between:
2021 Toyota Corolla trims range between:
Turn to power and you’ll find the Civic leaves the Corolla feeling bland and unengaging.
Honda Civic engine options include:
Toyota Corolla engine options include:
As noted by Car and Driver: “Once mere basic transportation, the humble Honda Civic has blossomed into a desirable and fun-to-drive compact car.” That might be why they rank it 1st in its segment while the Corolla languishes in 5th.
The Civic innovates standard safety features in ways the Corolla doesn’t – for example, its Multi-Angle Rearview Camera provides more viewing modes than Toyota’s static rearview camera. It also offers:
*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $895.00 destination charge and options. Dealers set own prices.