Toyota Corolla Vs. Honda Accord

Toyota Corolla Vs. Honda Accord

Are you looking to purchase your next sedan? Would you consider a Honda Accord or a Toyota Corolla? We have compiled a list of the differences between the two vehicles to help you make the best decision

Honda Accord

  • 30 city / 38 highway
  • 169 horsepower
  • 17-inch silver painted alloy wheels
  • Dual-zone climate control
  • Two front USB ports
  • 8-inch touchscreen

Toyota Corolla

  • 32 city / 41 highway
  • 192 horsepower
  • 16-inch steel wheels
  • Automatic climate control
  • 2 front USB-C ports
  • 8-inch touchscreen

Now that you know some of the differences between the two vehicles, it may help get you pointed in the right direction. Although both cars have similarities, some things to consider are the Corolla has better fuel economy and a more affordable starting point, while the Accord lacks, it also comes standard with many features that might be worth considering.

The Toyota Corolla has integrated backup cameras, a six-way adjustable driver's seat, and a rear seat with 60/40 split fold-down seats to maximize trunk space. With cup holders, a center armrest, and front and rear power windows, you can travel comfortably and conveniently. As far as the technology is concerned, the Corolla is on par with the Accord, with Apple Car and Android auto-ready with the above-mentioned 8-inch touchscreen.

The Honda Accord has a multi-angle rearview camera, front and rear cup holders, push-button start, and a security system with remote entry with trunk release. With ABS braking, forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, and advanced front airbags driving in the Honda Accord.

At Brooks Biddle Automotive in Woodinville, Washington, You will find the Honda Accord and Toyota Corolla that you are looking for here.