Drivers shopping around for a new car have plenty of great options to choose from, many of which seem similar at first glance. For example, car shoppers interested in purchasing a sedan might find it difficult to choose between the 2021 Toyota Corolla Sedan vs the 2021 Honda Civic. To help drivers make an informed decision, we’ve broken down the available trim levels and technology features of both sedans.
The 2021 Toyota Corolla Sedan has more available configurations than the 2021 Honda Civic, making it easier for drivers to find a configuration that appeals to their personal taste and needs. The trim levels available for the 2021 iteration of the Toyota Corolla Sedan include L, LE, XLE, SE, SE Nightshade, XSE and Apex Edition. The 2021 Honda Civic is only offered in five trims, which include LX, Sport, EX, EX-L and Touring.
2021 Toyota Corolla Sedan
2021 Honda Civic
|Seven Trims||Trim Level Availability||Five Trims|
|Six Speakers||Standard Audio System||Four Speakers|
|7 in. Touchscreen||Standard Infotainment System||5 in. Display|
|Standard||Apple CarPlay/Android Aut||Optional|
The 2021 Toyota Corolla Sedan has the advantage over the 2021 Honda Civic in terms of technology features. The 2021 Corolla Sedan comes standard with two speakers more than the 2021 Honda Civic as well as a larger display for the infotainment system. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto comes standard inside the 2021 Corolla Sedan, while these features are optional in the 2021 Civic.
The 2021 Toyota Corolla Sedan protects its passengers through a variety of safety and security features, including: Rear door child safety locks, daytime running lights, an engine immobilizer, a post-collision safety system, LATCH child seat anchors, front and rear head airbags, emergency braking assistance, a stability control system, a tire pressure monitoring system, a traction control system and a pre-collision safety system.