2016 Honda Civic EX vs 2016 Toyota Corolla
2016 Honda Civic 2016 Toyota Corolla
Yes Standard Rearview Camera No
31 City/41 Hwy Fuel Economy* 28 City/37 Hwy
97.8 cu-ft. Passenger Volume 97.5 cu-ft.
158 Horsepower 132

2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Toyota Corolla

2016 Honda civic exterior

Over the past few years we have seen some impressive advancements in technology that have helped to improve the driving experience. Though all vehicles have benefited from this, some vehicles have been able to do more with these advancements. When comparing the 2016 Honda Civic EX and the 2016 Toyota Corolla we find out just how much the Civic has improved for the 2016 model year. The Civic now provides drivers with more passenger space, more power and a high level of fuel efficiency, all of which exceeds the what the Corolla offers. The difference in quality between the two becomes more apparent when the features are compared.

The Civic EX comes with a group of standard features that is hard to match. Automatic climate control, push button start, remote engine start, a capless fueling system and a multi-angle rearview camera with dynamic guidelines offers drivers an impressive group of features. Higher trims offer even more advanced features like dual-zone climate control. The Civic is appealing because it offers quality at even the lowest trim level and the convenience provided by the features is apparent in every trim and comfort with the goal of making the driving experience seamless as well as enjoyable.

2016 Honda Civic in Denver

The 2016 Honda Civic comes with two engine options this year. Each one of these options gives drivers a new high level of power and fuel efficiency. The first option, available on the LX and EX, is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder that produces 158 horsepower and 138 pound-feet of torque. The second option is a 1.5-liter turbocharge four-cylinder and increases the level of power to 174 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque. the first of these engines has the option of being paired with either a six-speed manual or CVT and the turbo is always paired with the CVT. The base option comes with an mpg rating of 31 city and 41 highway*, and the turbo increases this to 31 city and 42 highway mpg.

Possibly one of the greatest improvements for the Civic is the addition of new safety feature options. The most important change is the newly available of the Honda Sensing features. Honda Sensing is standard on the Touring trim and offered as an option on other trims. This suite of features includes collision mitigation braking, lane departure warning, forward collision warning, lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control with low-speed follow and road departure mitigation.

*Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle

2016 Honda civic interior