The 2022 Toyota Corolla and the Honda Civic offer plenty of features for you to enjoy on your rides through southwest Louisiana. How do they compare in head-to-head action? You’ll see that the Toyota Corolla comes out on top.
The 2022 Toyota Corolla’s 2.0L Dynamic Force Engine produces 169 horsepower, which beats out the 2.0L DOHC i-VTEC engine that only handles 158 horsepower in comparison. If you’re looking for a Honda Civic that can top the Toyota Corolla in the horsepower department, you have to go for the higher-end EX or Touring trims.
As in previous years, there is a Hybrid trim of the Toyota Corolla, which is an option not available with any trim of the Honda Civic.
When it comes to gas mileage, the Corolla gets 31 MPG City, 38 Highway, and 34 combined and can go all the way up to 53 City, 52 Highway, and 52 combined on the Hybrid model. When it comes to the Civic, even though the LX boasts a 31/40 gas mileage and the EX offers a 33/42 gas mileage, the Sport and Touring fall short of anything the Corolla is capable of.
The sheer number of safety features available on the 2022 Toyota Corolla blows the Honda Civic out of the water. While the Civic features things like a multi-angle rearview camera and a lane-keeping assist system, the Toyota Corolla has a much more comprehensive list of safety features that cover everything from seats that lessen the chance of whiplash during an accident to Toyota Safety Sense, which includes a full range of automated features designed to keep you safe.
Interior and Technology
The Toyota Corolla has a number of interior features that give the Honda Civic a run for its money and then some. Offering premium fabric interior or the optional SofTex-trimmed heated front seats with lumbar support, the Toyota Corolla offers a luxurious and comfortable ride that is comparable to the leather seats available in the higher-end trims of the Honda Civic. And the best part is that you don’t have to buy the most expensive Toyota Corolla to get it!
While both vehicles offer Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, the Corolla does so on an 8-inch touchscreen that also offers XM Radio and compatibility with Amazon Alexa, compared to the 7-inch touchscreen on the Honda Civic. While the Honda Civic does offer wireless charging for your devices, you have to get the Touring (the most expensive model) to get it. The Toyota Corolla can even have its sound system upgraded to 9 JBL speakers that give you the ultimate clarity for your music on your drive.
Learn More about the 2022 Toyota Corolla at Our Dealership in Lake Charles, LA
When it comes to choosing a 2022 Toyota Corolla, don’t just take our word for it. Come try it out for yourself at our showroom at 3905 Gerstner Memorial Drive. Give us a call to schedule a test drive so you can see for yourself what you’re missing out on.