The Toyota Corolla is the most produced vehicle ever, with over 43 million units sold. The 2020 Camry is part of the newly redesigned 12th generation, and we won’t lie, it’s pretty darn slick. They’re more athletic and sleeker than any of the Corolla models before it. But is it enough to beat out the competition?
Time to find out. Here it is. The grudge match. 2020 Toyota Corolla SE vs 2020 Honda Civic LX. Who will come out on top?
The Civic has a solid safety suite, but it doesn’t keep up with the Corolla. For the 2020 Corolla, Toyota made every safety and assistance feature standard. Toyota calls its suite Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0, and it's on-board every Corolla model, no matter the trim. It's a comprehensive package, featuring a pre-collision system with low-light and pedestrian detection, road edge detection with sway warning system, dynamic radar adaptive cruise control, lane departure alert with lane-keep assist, automated high beams, and road sign assist.
Hybrid Model Available
The 2020 Corolla has a hybrid drivetrain option, the first time such an option has ever been offered on the Corolla lineup. The 2020 Civic doesn’t. If fuel economy and/or your carbon footprint are important to you, then the 2020 Corolla Hybrid is worth your time. It has an outstanding 53/52/52 mpg spread and starts out at $23,100.
Interested? Schedule a test drive in the 2020 Toyota Corolla.