“The 2016 Civic runs on fuel, fun and adventure. It has an aggressive stance, a sporty look and sleek lines that make it stand out unlike any Civic before it!“
2016 HONDA CIVIC vs. 2016 TOYOTA COROLLA
|2.0-litre, 16-valvei-VTEC® 4-cylinder||ENGINE||1.8 Litre 4 Cylinder|
|158 hp||HORSEPOWER||132 hp|
|138 @ 4,200 rpm||TORQUE||128 @ 4,400 rpm|
|7.0L/100km combined||FUEL ECONOMY||7.3L/100km combined|
Civic Reviews From The Web:
edmunds.com says the 2016 Honda Civic is:
“So good! It’s comfortable, quiet, roomy, and has plenty of power. I love it more every time I get in it.”
Kelley Blue Book: “Completely redesigned for 2016, the Civic has beautiful new exterior styling, two new engines that are both more powerful and more fuel-efficient, and is sportier than ever without sacrificing ride comfort. The Civic is known for its reliability and safety, yet injects entertaining driving dynamics into the equation. There is no shortage of value, either, as many safety and convenience features come standard and, even though there are more features for 2016, some trim levels are near (or below) 2015 prices.”
The 2016 Honda Civic and the 2016 Toyota Corolla have a reputation to uphold. For decades, they’ve been known as some of the best values in the compact car market, offering reliability and fuel economy for the budget-conscious customer. Do the newest models uphold that standard? The 2016 Corolla definitely does. Updated with just a few tweaks from last year’s design, it remains one of the most affordable examples of basic quality. The Honda Civic, on the other hand, is brand-new in 2016, and it’s gotten a whole lot nicer. While still remaining inexpensive, it’s received a strikingly attractive design upgrade, a higher-performance turbo engine for the higher-end models, more comfortable cabin, and expanded the availability of Honda Sensing safety technology.
The 2016 Civic has expanded the availability of the Honda Sensing safety suite, which includes Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane-Departure Warnings, and Forward-Collision Warnings with Automatic Brake Assist. It comes standard only on the top trim level, but can be installed in any model. Meanwhile, the 2016 Toyota Corolla doesn’t have much in the way of active safety features, but it does come with the standard Toyota Star Safety suite.
Winner: Honda Civic
Both base models come with power locks, doors, and mirrors, LED daytime running lights, and sound systems with Bluetooth and USB connectivity. As you might expect from the gap in price, the base Civic comes with more features than the bare-bones base Corolla, like automatic climate control and keyless entry.
Winner: Honda Civic
The 2016 Honda Civic is the obvious choice!
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