2020 Toyota Corolla vs. 2019 Honda Civic
The Toyota Corolla is the best-selling model in the long and storied history of the automotive industry. For the upcoming model year, Toyota is drastically updating its compact sedan so that it can retain and expand its profile in its class of the industry. A comparison of the 2020 Toyota Corolla vs. 2019 Honda Civic will make a very clear and convincing case why potential buyers should be visiting the Colonial Toyota showroom today to speak with a product expertdo. The 2020 Corolla gets a new and more powerful engine, vastly upgraded connectivity options and new exterior elements, each of these areas should have little or no problem matching and then exceeding the list of standard equipment found in the 2019 Honda Civic. Customers can schedule a test drive with the 2020 Toyota Corolla today by calling, 203-403-6890.
When a visitor to the Colonial Toyota showroom sits inside of the 2020 Corolla for the first time, they will almost certainly be shocked at the compact sedan’s suite of new connectivity technology. Toyota engineers have upgraded the automaker’s infotainment system to be compatible with Apple CarPlay™ and Amazon Alexa, with future models likely adding Android Auto™ compatibility. To be fair, the 2019 Honda Civic offers a similar set of technological compatibility, but these features are only found on select trim grades. Toyota has made its commitment to connectivity standard equipment across the board. Another standard piece of equipment that is found in the 2020 Corolla and not in the 2019 Civic is a high-speed 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. Up to five devices can be connected to the mobile internet connection in the all-new Corolla.
2020 Toyota Corolla
2019 Honda Civic
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In addition to improving the technology profile of the 2020 Toyota Corolla, the automaker has also introduced a new engine to the mix. SE and XSE versions of the 2020 Corolla will have a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine which can be attached to a continuously variable or six-speed manual transmission. Either choice will allow these trims of the new Corolla to produce 169 horsepower and 151 pound-feet of torque. The rest of the 2020 Corolla lineup will use a 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine mated to the CVT. This powertrain will produce 139 horsepower and 126 horsepower. Honda customers will have a couple of engine options of their own to consider. Some do not provide as much performance as what is available with the 2020 Corolla. Additionally, the 2019 Civic’s fuel economy scores aren’t much different than what can be recorded by the 2020 Toyota Corolla.