2015 Toyota Corolla vs Honda Civic , Ford Focus, and Nissan Sentra (866) 778-3304

While Toyota competitors have been stepping up their vehicle features in recent years, Corolla still stands above the rest with Toyota's brand strength and an undisputed legacy of more than 34 million units sold since the nameplate was first introduced in the 1960s. When features, value, and reputation are all considered, Corolla wins decisively. With the 2015 Corolla you get key competitive advantages like low cost of ownership, Competitive fuel economy with Corolla having the highest highway MPG for a compact sedan with an automatic transmission, and convenient standard features like bluetooth, led headlights, and running lights which are only options on several of Corollas key competitors. The 2015 Toyota Corolla is the best choice overall. 

2015 Corolla S Plus CVT vs. 2015 Honda Civic SE CVT

The 2015 Honda Civic rolls out a new Special Edition (SE) sedan positioned between the base LX and EX trims, boasting over $1100 worth of telematics, audio, comfort, convenience and style upgrades for $700 over the LX model. Still, Corolla delivers stellar value and continues to outshine the competition with its impressive suite of standard and available features, competitive performance and comfortable, roomy interior.

SPORTY HANDLING: While Civic has a slight edge in EPA-mpg estimated ratings1, Corolla S Plus features steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters and Sport Drive Mode for more fun behind the wheel.

STYLING: Corolla S performance is complemented by stylish qualities like LED headlights, LED Daytime Running Lights and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.

COMFORT: Corolla features more cargo volume as well as more passenger volume than Civic.

TECHNOLOGY: Corolla S Plus can be equipped with HD Radio™, SiriusXM Radio, navigation and Entune® App Suite; comparable features for Civic are only available on the highest EX-L trim.

SAFETY: Corolla features 8 standard airbags, while Civic features 6

VALUE: Corolla received third-party recognition for its long-term value compared to Civic, plus, Corolla comes with ToyotaCare's no-cost factory-scheduled maintenance plan for two years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first.


2015 Corolla S Plus CVT vs. 2014 Ford Focus SE 6AT

Ford's Focus returns for 2014 largely unchanged from the previous year, continuing as a well-rounded vehicle offered as a sedan, hatchback, and even a chargeable electric. Corolla returns further refined for 2015, offering customers an impressive combo of great value, excellent fuel economy, modern styling and Toyota's reputation for Quality, Durability and Reliability.

FUEL ECONOMY: Corolla S Plus beats Focus SE AT's city and combined EPA-mpg ratings.

PERFORMANCE: Corolla S Plus features steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters and Sport Drive Mode for more fun behind the wheel, and its lower curb weight makes for nimble performance.

STYLING: Corolla S performance is complemented by stylish qualities like LED headlights, LED Daytime Running Lights and standard integrated fog lights.

PEACE OF MIND: Corolla S Plus features standard rear disc brakes for improved stopping power and performance over rear drum brakes, like those found on Focus SE.

COMFORT: Though Focus has more cargo volume than Corolla, Corolla offers greater passenger volume with more rear leg room, plus automatic climate control for additional occupant comfort.

TECHNOLOGY: Corolla offers more integrated connectivity than Focus, especially with its available Driver Convenience Package including Entune® Premium Audio with Navigation and App Suite.

SAFETY & SECURITY: Corolla S Plus features 8 standard airbags, a standard integrated backup camera with projected path and available Smart Key System with Push Button Start. Focus SE includes 7 airbags, but a backup camera and intelligent access with push-button start are only available on Titanium grade.

VALUE: Corolla has received third party recognition for its long-term value compared to Focus, plus, Corolla comes with ToyotaCare's no-cost factory-scheduled maintenance plan for two years or 25,000 miles.





2015 Corolla S Plus vs. 2014 Nissan Sentra SR

After a redesign for 2013, the 2014 Sentra returns with additional updates, including refinements for improved handling and in-cabin comfort, and optional smartphone app integration. For 2015, Corolla has further refined its grade strategy, continuing to offer customers great value met with excellent fuel economy, modern styling and a comfortable interior loaded with impressive technology.

PERFORMANCE: While Sentra has a slight advantage in EPA-mpg numbers, Corolla S Plus features solid rear disc brakes and steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters and offers a 6-speed manual transmission for more fun behind-the-wheel, and with a lower pounds-per-horsepower ratio for nimbler performance.

COMFORT: Though Sentra has more cargo volume than Corolla, Corolla offers greater passenger volume with more front head and leg room.

CONVENIENCE: Corolla S Plus provides standard automatic A/C, Bluetooth® hands-free phone connectivity, an integrated backup camera with projected path and more - features that are extra-cost on Sentra

TECHNOLOGY: Corolla offers more integrated connectivity than Sentra, especially with its available Entune® Premium Audio with Navigation and App Suite.

SAFETY: Corolla features 8 standard airbags, while Sentra features 6

VALUE: Corolla comes with ToyotaCare's 2-year/25,000-mile (whichever comes first) no-cost scheduled maintenance plan and 2 years/unlimited miles of roadside assistance, as well as third-party recognition for its long-term value.


      
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