2014 Toyota Corolla Versus 2013 Honda Civic by Autoguide

2014 Corolla versus 2013 Civic 1 photo
Photo: Auto Guide
If you’re talking about popular compact sedans, then the Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic are the two models that should come in your mind, as they dominated the segment for the past several years.
In one of their recent comparisons, Autoguide put the 2014 Toyota Corolla against the 2013 Honda Civic sedan to see which one you should stick to.

The vehicles are almost the same - they are both Japanese, they are both powered by 1.8-liter gasoline engines, like to play with styling and tend to carryover mechanic underpinnings.

In terms of power, the Civic wins here with its 140 hp/128 lb-ft against the Corolla’s 132 hp/128 lb-ft. And as neither one of them was built for racing around, when it comes to fuel economy, the crown is worn by the Corolla (crown - Corolla...get it? Nevermind), averaging 34.6 mpg in real life, while the Civic did 33.1.

The Corolla also wins in terms of interior space, with slightly more legroom for front and rear seats and a bigger cargo capacity of 13 cu-ft (12.5 cu-ft for the Honda). And judging by the fact that the Corolla is always with $1,000 cheaper in any grade than the Civic, you can tell which one is the winner here.

Read the full review and see the video at Autoguide
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