2019 Toyota Corolla

2019 Toyota Corolla

2018 Honda Civic

2018 Honda Civic

2019 Toyota Corolla vs. 2018 Honda Civic

The 2019 Toyota Corolla is the affordable compact car Draper drivers are looking for. The Corolla delivers more standard safety features, better visibility, and superior warranty coverage to the popular 2018 Honda Civic; best of all, the Corolla does it all for less! Check out our comparison of the two here, and, when you’re ready to put a little fun in your ride, visit Brent Brown Toyota to experience the Corolla in person.


The Toyota Corolla makes even busy Provo drives safer thanks to standard safety systems like whiplash injury-lessening seats. These seats flex up and forward, absorbing much of the impact from a rear-end collision to help reduce serious neck and back injury to front seat passengers. Toyota drivers also have access to a driver alert monitor that sounds an alarm and suggests a break if it detects a drowsy or inattentive driver. The Honda Civic lacks both whiplash protection and a driver alert system.

2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback parking lot


Warranty Protection

While the Toyota Corolla and the Honda Civic offer shoppers similar overall warranty protection, Toyota provides a perk Honda does not – free basic maintenance. For the first two years or 25,000 miles you own your new Corolla, the automaker will pay for oil changes and any other required maintenance; you need only use a qualified Toyota service center to take advantage. Honda doesn’t offer complimentary maintenance service for the Civic.

2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback front



The Toyota Corolla is designed to look good, but more than that, this compact is engineered to make sure you can see well, too. In recent IIHS safety testing, the Corolla’s headlamps received high marks for visibility and convenience, thanks to the automaker’s use of the latest in headlamp technology; the Corolla’s headlamps offer clearer, brighter light, as well as a standard auto-dimming feature that automatically switches to low-beams when oncoming traffic is detected. In the same testing, the Civic’s headlamps received a “Poor” rating. Plus, if drivers want auto high-beams, they’ll have to look elsewhere, as Honda doesn’t offer auto-dimming lights on the Civic.

2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback fast driving

Test Drive the Toyota Corolla in Orem

Get behind the wheel of a Corolla, or another new Toyota model of your choice, when you schedule a test drive at Brent Brown Toyota. Contact us now to get started, or continue your Corolla research by comparing it to the Nissan Sentra, to the Mazda3, or other in-brand competitors like the Toyota Camry. While you’re here, check out our inventory of Toyota Corolla SE sedans.

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