The 2016 Toyota Corolla is not just a fuel efficient, reliable sedan -- it's a sleek and sporty four-door that will get you where you need to go in Richmond, Georgetown or Frankfort in the utmost style. Toyota of Nicholasville in Nicholasville, KY, has a huge selection of Corollas in stock and ready to roll out. So step through the doors of a showroom and let one of our seasoned sales pros show you the way to a 2016 Toyota Corolla today!
Let's have a look at how the 2016 Toyota Corolla does against the Honda Civic.
We can't imagine what you'd do with an extra $1500 in the bank, but we can imagine that you'll appreciate saving all that and more when you choose a 2016 Toyota Corolla over a Honda Civic. Why pay so much more for cars with a similar heritage and fuel efficiency? And, in fact, once Toyota on Nicholasville provides you with an even deeper discount on the Corolla, it makes no sense not to purchase this heady car from us. Oh, and did we mention that the 2016 Toyota Corolla is the proud beneficiary of ToyotaCare? That's a 2-year/25,000 free maintenance plan -- including oil changes and inspections -- at absolutely no cost to you. Oh, and did we mention that you'll get no such thing with the Honda Civic? Well, all of that is mentioned -- and underscored -- now -- so go with a 2016 Toyota Corolla!
Given its heralded tradition, you know that the iconic 2016 Toyota Corolla has to have an efficient and robust powertrain. Pop the hood and two engines are offered -- a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder with boasting 132 hp or a 1.8L Valvematic 4-cylinder churning out 140 horses. These are coupled with either a six-speed manual transmission, four-speed automatic or CVT, model-dependent. In comparison, you'll only find one engine offered on the Civic -- a 1.8L I-4 paired with a 5-speed manual or CVT automatic. There's no denying this is a close race between competent competitors, the 2016 Toyota Corolla is more versatile with its engine and transmission choices, so it takes the crown.
Even in a compact sedan, space in the back seat should never be at a premium, and it won't be in the 2016 Toyota Corolla. Rear legroom is offered at 41.4 inches while the Honda Civic falls five inches short with only 36.2. Have gear, will travel -- better in the Corolla, in fact -- because you'll be provided with 13 cubic feet of trunk space while the Civic maxes out at 12.5 cubic feet.View Inventory