Vehicle Comparison

See how Toyota vehicles compare against the competition. Start by choosing your Toyota vehicle and a competitor to learn more on how they stack up.




Corolla is down for fun, offering plenty of tech and style with an available sport gauge cluster, color Multi-Information Display, paddle shifters and Sport Mode. The 2018 Corolla also comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P) 1

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See how the 2018 Toyota Corolla SE CVT compares against the 2018 Honda Civic Sedan EX CVT. If cost is a concern, MSRP including destination charge on Corolla SE CVT is $740 less than the Civic Sedan EX CVT. The Corolla comes standard with a CD Player and an auxiliary input jack, while neither are available on the Civic Sedan EX CVT. For those who enjoy a sporty driving experience, a leather steering wheel and rear spoiler are both standard on the Corolla SE CVT. Neither of those sporty features are available on the Civic.

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Toyota Safety Sense™ P24

Toyota Safety Sense™ P24 combines an in-vehicle camera and front-grill mounted millimeter-wave radar for enhanced performance and more functionality. In addition to the three active safety technologies featured in the TSS-C24 package, TSS-P enhances the Pre-Collision System23 by adding a Pedestrian Detection function22, enhances LDA21 by adding a Steering Assist function20 on certain models, and adds Dynamic Radar Cruise Control19.