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The compact sedan vehicle class is one of the most affordable and popular, and the Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic continue to be leaders – and worthy competitors – in the class. Their 2018 models are no exception, proving once again that these small but aggressive, sporty cars deserve the spotlights they’re given. Both cars have unique styles that continue to evolve year after year, but the Civic has always been on the sportier side. For those looking for a more athletic, eye-catching look, the 2018 Civic has it with its sharp lines and bold grille that beg for attention. The Civic even comes with a Si trim made for top performance and the feel of a race car from the inside out. Lacking in that sporty appeal, the 2018 Corolla makes up for it on the more practical side of things. Toyota gives all Corolla trims its range of important safety features, like adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assistance, and forward collision warnings, plus an infotainment touchscreen and a roomier back seat than the Civic. As for fuel economy, the Civic edges out its competitor, with most of its trims getting up to 40 miles per gallon on the highway with either engine option (a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder and a 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder).
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2018 Toyota Corolla vs 2018 Honda Civic


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