Compare the New Toyota Corolla with Other Compact Sedans Near Plymouth

Car shopping is a process that each driver takes different amounts of time on, but one area where almost every Brockton car shopper takes their time is finding the right model of the right class for their needs. Well, for those in the area considering a compact sedan, the new Toyota Corolla is yet again a leader of the class in many of the characteristics important to those looking at a compact sedan. To show its standing among the class, we compared the Toyota Corolla with the Honda Civic, Mazda3, and Subaru Impreza.

Toyota Corolla vs. Mazda3

  • These are compact sedans, but Mansfield drivers should still expect room in the cabin, they'll just find more in the Toyota Corolla. It has 98 cubic feet of passenger space versus 93 cubic feet in the Mazda3, and this is most clear when looking at the rear row legroom. Passengers in the rear of the Toyota Corolla get 41.4 inches of legroom compared to just 35.1 inches of legroom in the back of the Mazda3.
  • Efficiency is another area that puts compact sedans ahead of other vehicle classes for many in Taunton, and the Toyota Corolla comes out ahead. It gets up to 31 mpg in the city and up to 38 mpg on the highway, which comes out ahead of the Mazda3 and its 27 mpg city and 36 mpg highway.
  • Features can make all the difference in how much enjoyment you get from your time on the road, and they can change how affordable a car actually is. Well, the Toyota Corolla comes standard with several safety features, like lane tracing assist and pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, that are pricey extras in the Mazda3.

Toyota Corolla vs. Honda Civic

  • When efficiency is important to you, whether for environmental or economic reasons, a plug-in hybrid allows for all-electric, zero-emissions driving, and you'll only find that powertrain option with the new Toyota Corolla. The Honda Civic does not offer a plug-in hybrid.
  • The Toyota Corolla has an exceptional design with style on the outside and comfort for the interior. It has more legroom than the Honda Civic, and the Corolla sits up higher, so passengers will have an easier time getting into it than the Civic.
  • When looking at price and features, the Toyota Corolla sits just above the Honda Civic in starting price, but it comes with a suite of features that the Honda Civic can't match. The Corolla has more standard safety features, including auto high beams, and more charging ports for mobile devices, and the Corolla offers wireless charging, which the Civic doesn't.

Toyota Corolla vs. Subaru Impreza

  • Driver-assist features are among the ways cars can help keep passengers safe, and each of these models has a suite of driver-assist features, like pre-collision braking systems and lane keep assist. This package for the Toyota Corolla, called Toyota Safety Sense 2.0, comes standard on every Corolla while the Subaru Impreza's, called EyeSight, isn't standard until the most expensive trim level.
  • The compact sedan class is especially popular among carpoolers, and if you care about the comfort of those in the rear, the Toyota Corolla, with its 41.4 inches of rear legroom, is a better option than the Subaru Impreza, 36.5 inches of rear legroom.
  • Whether it’s the performance or efficiency of compact sedans that has you considering the class, the Toyota Corolla has the engine options to provide it. It offers a hybrid, the Subaru Impreza does not, while also having the more efficient gas engine and the more powerful gas engine than what the Impreza has to offer.

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Experience These Advantages of the New Toyota Corolla in Raynham

The Toyota Corolla holds advantages over the compact sedan competition in the areas we know are important to car shoppers around Attleboro, but if you find that a compact sedan isn't the type of vehicle you want, check out the rest of our new Toyota inventory. Car shoppers can find tremendous Toyota models in sedan, SUV, and truck classes, and be sure to look through our new vehicle specials for deals on these models!

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