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The 2019 Honda Civic vs. 2019 Toyota Corolla; which is the right small car for Arlington drivers? While the Corolla may not be a bad choice, if performance, fuel economy, and safety matter, we think you’ll prefer a new Civic. See how these two small cars compare below — or discover the Civic firsthand at Wolfchase Honda.
All modern cars are designed to be significantly safer than those that came before them, but when you weigh the 2019 Honda Civic vs. 2019 Toyota Corolla, there are some pretty substantial differences in safety. While Honda Sensing and Toyota Safety Sense will have some features in common, the Corolla is missing some features as well.Though Toyota has a lane departure alert, Honda has Lane Keeping Assist, which can react to a departure and course correct to keep you in your lane. The available Honda LaneWatch camera (found on Civic EX and higher trims) also offers another view — simply signal your intent to change lanes and a camera below the passenger’s mirror turns on to show you if anything is in the blind spot.
While both of the cabins are comparable in size, the trunks tell a different story:
If you regularly travel, like to head out to the links for a game of golf, or simply like knowing you can store more, the Civic’s trunk offers a notable difference.
Learn more about the 2019 Honda Civic, and how a coupe differs from a sedan, when you climb inside one of our new Civic lease deals at Wolfchase Honda. Contact our dealership near Arlington to schedule a test drive today and see firsthand why so many drivers prefer the 2019 Honda Civic over the 2019 Toyota Corolla or Hyundai Elantra. Think you might need something a bit larger? Compare the Civic to the Accord to find your next Honda sedan.