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as someone being a honda and toyota corolla driver ill take the toyota any day the maintenance and reliability is 100x better then any honda. i've owned 4 hondas and 1 toyota that should say a lot...always electrical and if in a manual always the clutch pedal assembly leaving you stranded
I have a 2014 Civic EX. A few months back I drove a 2020 Corolla from Enterprise. I wouldn't trade for money. The interior comfort and feel of the Honda is much better, and while the drive was nicer in the Corolla, it's much easier to pass cars on the highway in my Honda. That's a big deal for cars that struggle with passing power.
Corolla vs Civic? Corolla hands down. I've had 3 Civic's, one with blown head gasket from constant overheating despite new parts, two oil burners. Toyota makes the better engine no contest. Honda is like a step up from GM's Chevy Cruze. Civic's may look fancy, but in the longevity realm, Honda Civic SUCKS.
They are both CVT’s. 😝
Why do reviewers leave out the stereo and sound quality
The Civics are nice and all but they cost too much for repairs.
On the other hand Toyota holds the value on the Corolla and they last longer
But both cars are great as long you keep up the oil change and small maintenance issues
And you be set for life as long it's been taken care of
It's like owning a pet or having a child
but with no volume knob what do you do when you want to crank up the tunes?
Civic all the way, here in California they are holding their value very well, around 8-11k for a good non salvage title. Meanwhile we have 2017 Toyota Camry that is already in the 15k mark which is pretty poor not to mention Toyotas shit ass AC system which constantly smells and the poor quality control. We got the car new and they axle does a clicking noise when reversing, the dash rattles when braking to a stop, etc.
I always hear Toyota makes good cars but I was disappointed with the Camry, we will never get another Toyota. Which is why for my first car I'm sticking to the civic not the 2014 but the 13 for the 5 speed auto. :/
Best selling point on the civic... that it comes in a coupe model!
Yeah but Honda is stupid and puts a Civic battery in a freaking Accord! Not that this video has anything to do with that. I just wanted to get that off my chest since my battery died yesterday and found that out!
Great reviews and comparisons on this page! Glad to have found it!
i wish you could opt for a more powerful engine while still having the cvt. also get rid of the fake shift points
Corolla is faster even tho it has less power
I beat so many civics
I watched Regular Cars YouTube channel about Corolla . This guy now speaks crap about cars . He doesn’t look like he understands cars. He sells
I really, really like the instrument panel in the Civic! I love that it's focused for the driver and it feels like a cockpit
Comparing the 2013 models of these cars the Honda was way better, Toyota has come a long way. Scotty doesn't like a CVT though.
Corolla that's my vote!