2020 Honda Civic vs 2020 Toyota Corolla
2020 Honda Civic 2020 Toyota Corolla
  158 139
Cargo Space
  15.1 cu. ft. 13.1 cu. ft.
Rear Leg Room
  37.4 in. 34.8 in.

2020 Honda Civic vs 2020 Toyota Corolla

Serving Louisville, KY

While numerous compact cars are available to today's car shoppers, two models may immediately stand apart from the others. The Honda Civic and the Toyota Corolla both have approximately five decades of history, pleasing drivers. These two vehicles have passed through numerous generations and have received facelifts and updates between the generational advancements. However, the 2020 Honda Civic and the 2020 Toyota Corolla are stunningly different in many areas. Before you settle on a specific model and trim, you need to learn more about what these two vehicles offer.


From every angle, the 2020 Honda Civic is easy on the eyes. It shows off the perfect balance of clean, smooth surfaces with a well-placed, sharp definition on the hood and sides. The grille and headlights are seamlessly integrated to create a uniform look across the front end. The Civic may also come with LED headlights with auto on-off, heated side mirrors, fog lamps, a moonroof, up to 18-inch wheels, and other equipment. The 2020 Toyota Corolla, on the other hand, has a sharper decline across the hood and more rigid character lines on the side. The extra-large grille touches the bottom of the front fascia. It may come with LED lighting, powered side mirrors, and other equipment.


The pleasing aesthetics of the 2020 Honda Civic extend to the interior. The Civic is available with cloth or leather seating, a heated steering wheel, and a push-button starter. Clean lines with metallic accents define the center console and dashboard. Its equipment may include a premium sound system, a navigation system, Honda Sensing® safety gear, HomeLink®, paddle shifters accessible via the steering wheel, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, Android Auto, and more. In the 2020 Toyota Corolla, you may appreciate cloth seating with decorative accents, a heated steering wheel, a sound system, a floating screen for the infotainment system controls, a climate control system, and other gear.


The Civic for 2020 is offered with two powertrains. The base powertrain gives you 158 horsepower from an inline-4 gas engine paired with a 6-speed manual or continuously variable transmission. The top powertrain is a turbocharged variant that delivers 174 horsepower with a continuously variable transmission. The Toyota is also available with several powertrain options. The base option is a 1.8-liter, 4-cylinder engine that gives you 139 horsepower with a continuously variable transmission. Another powertrain is a 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder engine that provides 169 horsepower with a 6-speed manual transmission.

Visit Jeff Wyler Honda Auto Mall in Louisville, KY Today

At Jeff Wyler Honda Auto Mall, we are thrilled to help each of our customers make a smart, informed vehicle selection. Our Honda sales associates are available to help you explore the Civic and its trims in greater detail. Contact Jeff Wyler Honda Auto Mall to learn more and to make plans for a Civic test drive.

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