Compare Toyota Sedans: 2017 Toyota Camry vs 2017 Toyota Corolla

2017 Toyota Camry
2017 Toyota Corolla

2017 Toyota Camry

Engine:  

2.5-L

 

Horsepower:  

178 hp

 

Torque:  

170 ft-lbs.

 

Fuel Economy:  

24/33 mpg *

 

Transmission: 6-speed shiftable automatic

2017 Toyota Corolla

Engine:  

1.8 L I-4

 

Horsepower:  

132 hp

 

Torque:  

128 lbs-ft

 

Fuel Economy:  

28 city / 36 hwy mpg *

 

Transmission: Continuously variable-speed automatic

2017 Toyota Camry vs 2017 Toyota Corolla

Serving Columbus, OH

Apparently, the Toyota Camry hybrid sedan of 2017 and the Corolla LE Eco compact car have proved once more that they have top levels of trim and more standard features than you would expect to get in other similar cars. And despite a few instances of recalls and bad press, both the car models have pulled through in better standing and stronger than in the past. The two models are widely known to deliver high efficiency and better performing vehicles.

A closer look at the automotive reviews will instantly show you that the Camry Hybrid Sedan and the Corolla compact car still top the list in terms of dependability and reliability. From 2015 to date, Toyota has added and stepped up various major features for safety and smooth drives. The two car models have performed exceptionally in both the insurance and the government rollover and crash tests.

Performance

The midsize sedan of the 2017 Camry can seat five people and it is available in a variety if trim levels like XLE, XSE, SE, and LE. The Camry comes with a front wheel-driven six-speed automatic transmission that is paired with a 170 pound-feet torque and a standard 2.5 liter, 178 horsepower four cylinder engine. It is quite fuel-efficient. On the other hand, the new version of Corolla sometimes known as Altis in some parts of the world comes with a 1.6, 1.8, or a 2.0 liter engines which are equipped with the ZR range of Dual VVT-i. It also has a CVT gearbox featuring a-seven virtual ratios in the manual mode.

Appearance

In terms of appearance, the Camry sedan is primarily designed for lovers of luxury and space. It has got a minor facelift from its predecessors. The revisions it has received are small such as the interior done in simulated-suede and leather upholstery, folding rear seats, automatic headlights and heated mirrors. Other features include keyless remote entry, a sunroof and power front seats. Importantly, it has a sound system with six speakers.

Safety

The Corolla comes with standard traction control and stability. It also has side curtain, passenger and driver knee airbags. Other technological innovations include lane departure warning with steering assist, forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking, and pedestrian detection. It has some front-end additions such as new LED headlamps. It also has a standard camera for rearview and upgraded interior upholstery. For the safety technology, both cars boast advanced safety systems. The Corolla has a bundle of several features of safety that are not found on other sedans.

One disadvantage of the Camry is that is comes with a middling four-cylinder economy but overall it has pros which include interior controls that are easy to read and operate, it has trim levels that have sport characteristics and distinct luxury. The car’s interior is also spacious and comfortable. The outside visibility is also remarkable. The Toyota sedan has the following pros smooth ride quality on the highway and in the city, the LE Eco’s high fuel economy, a lot of standard equipment and safety features for the money and Backseat is roomy enough for adults. The cons include the fact that it’s just not that exciting to drive, and it accelerates slower than its main competitors.


To get a real feel of how the cars behave and perform, you can take a trip to out dealership at the Germain Toyota of Columbus and test-drive any of the cars.

* 2017 EPA-estimated city/highway mileage. Actual mileage will vary.