autoevolution Puts the Toyota Corolla Against the Honda Civic

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The battle of the titans continues, as the 2013 Honda Civic and its main rival Toyota Corolla are pitted again in a test. took the two 2013 rival models in a test both in city and highway conditions, carefully assessing their performances, interior quality, comfort and fuel economy.

Starting at $16,230, the 2013 Toyota Corolla L is powered by a 1.8-liter petrol engine attached to a 5-speed manual gearbox. Standard equipment includes daytime running lights, chrome accents, 15-inch steel wheels with covers, AM/FM CD player with MP3/WMA compatibility, four speakers and auxiliary jack, multi-information display, Star Safety System and six airbags.

The base $18,165 Honda Civic LX is powered by a similar 1.8-liter petrol engine with 5-speed manual transmission and it comes standard equipped with 15-inch steel wheels with covers, ECO Assist System, rearview camera with guidelines, AM/FM/CD audio system with 4 speakers and Bluetooth/USB connectivity, security system with remote entry and trunk release, tire pressure monitor, 5-inch customizable LCD screen and 5 airbags.

Go see the comparison test of these two here, but bear in mind that the honest and sturdy Toyota Corolla is about $2,000 cheaper and it won’t match the extra “stuff” from the Civic. It seems that the Honda got a bit of an advantage now, but we’ll see what’s what when the new Toyota Corolla will come out.
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