2016 Toyota Corolla Vs 2016 Honda Civic

2016 Toyota Corolla vs
2016 Honda Civic
The Toyota Corolla has been a sensible choice for a sedan over the years because of its fuel economy, features, versatility, safety and low cost. While comparing the 2016 Toyota Corolla to the 2016 Honda Civic, you can see quickly that you don't have to spend extra money to get all the features you want. Let's take a look at what makes the Corolla a clear choice over the Civic.
Toyota cares about safety and that is why many of their safety features come standard. A number of these standard safety features are not even available on the Civic.  Some of these standard features include hill start assist control and front knee airbags, both of which are not available in the Civic. The Corolla also boasts the outstanding Star Safety System, which is an advanced integration of active safety technologies designed to enhance traction, braking and more. These safety features and more are what led the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to give the 2016 Toyota Corolla a 5 STAR SAFETY RATING for driver, rear seat and overall safety, the Civic's scores in those categories? Only a 4. 
Features and No Cost Maintenance Plan
Another advantage of the Corolla is that you get tremendous value for your money. And despite a very affordable price tag of $17,230, $1,000 lower than the Corolla, it comes equipped with many excellent features. This includes such things as standard LED headlights, Bluetooth, USB port and steering wheel controls. It also comes available with a smart key system, moonroof, voice recognition Premium Audio with Integrated navigation and App Suite. Unlike the 2016 Honda Civic, the 2016 Corolla has automatic climate control which allows you to set your favorite temperature and the Corolla will automatically keep the car at that temp. The heated exterior mirrors are convenient as well especially in the Michigan winter months to keep from snow and ice obstructing your view on your mirrors.

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