2021 Toyota Corolla vs 2022 Honda Civic review by The Straight Pipes. The Honda Civic is pumping out 180hp and 177 lb-ft tq from a 1.5L Turbo 4 cylinder, while the Toyota Corolla Apex is putting down 169hp and 151 lb-ft tq from a 2L Naturally Aspirated 4 cylinder. Would you pick the new Honda Civic over the Toyota Corolla? Use this TrueCar link if you're shopping for a new Honda Civic Touring in the USA 🤍bit.ly/3gDmkgk Use this TrueCar link if you're shopping for a used Honda Civic in the USA 🤍bit.ly/3iKjHMo Use this TrueCar link if you're shopping for a new Toyota Corolla Apex in the USA 🤍bit.ly/35oqD9Z Use this TrueCar link if you're shopping for a used Toyota Corolla in the USA 🤍bit.ly/3gA3qaa Use this Car Help Canada link if you're shopping for a new car in Canada 🤍🤍carhelpcanada.com/ Check out Continental Tire at 🤍🤍continentaltire.com/thestraightpipes Support us on Patreon: 🤍🤍patreon.com/thestraightpipes Become a YouTube Member! 🤍🤍youtube.com/channel/UC86SBFIAgnYL3ll2ZDgmsuA/join Subscribe! 🤍🤍youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TheStraightPipes Facebook! 🤍🤍facebook.com/thestraightpipes Instagram! 🤍🤍instagram.com/thestraightpipes Twitter! 🤍twitter.com/StraightPipers MERCH! 🤍teespring.com/stores/thestraightpipes - #TheContiPipes #civic #corolla -
I would choose the Corolla because I’m a straight guy
The Corolla front looks horrible IMO
If turbo was on Corolla they will both shut up 100%
Nothing for the mechanically minded buyer. The hoods aren't even popped. No look at the suspensions. Thorough cup holder review though.
I wish Honda did not use CVT TRANSMISIONS or any manufacturer for that matter.
Honda cheap car Toyota affordable car
I would always pick Toyota over Honda to me Honda's transmissions are junk.
honda by a long shot !!!!
The Corolla looks better and will last longer!
turbo snail is cool but ill rather take the 20 year life span over the copy cat safety software thing
VMMzzk168K0&t=4m00s 4:00 I think you have both have no idea what you are talking about ! I will give you both 1 out of 5.
I will say that I would rather have a naturally aspirated engine and 11 hp less for a car that won’t have any issues compared to having a car with only 11 hp more because of a turbocharger but less reliability.
Honda civic😍😍😍 classy and neat.
Is 0.6 a lot ? I have a lot of messed up roads where im from and dont want to have any problems with it hitting my car
Definitely more inclined to buy the Apex if I can find it in a manual. My second car was a 2003 corolla S with a manual transmission and I loved driving it compared to the 2006 LE my family has. Drove a 2013 civic coupe didn't like it as much as my corolla though. Just something about the way it looks. I also lean towards the sportier looking cars over classy, but I like that the corolla still has room to be a family car with a bit of flair and sport.
They both offer only offer an automatic cvt transmission. It’s 2022, who drives a manual anymore?
10th gen civic looked just fine
Why can't they offer the type R engine and transmission in the Touring trim?
I hate the 2009 corolla which my DAD owns, everything sucks including the seats, rude quality, driving dynamics & interior space. I'm sure the new one is almost the same, Civic is so much better