When comparing the Toyota Camry vs. Corolla, both are excellent vehicles for drivers around Boerne, San Antonio, and Kerrville, TX. At the end of the day, which one you go with is going to depend on your lifestyle and your automotive needs. If you want some help making that decision, check out this comparison from Toyota of Boerne. When you’re finished reading, drop us a line to schedule your test drive!
First and foremost, let’s cover safety. It’s at the top of every driver’s mind, and it was clearly top of mind for Toyota engineers when they built the Toyota Camry and the Corolla. How do we know this? Because the Camry comes standard with Toyota Safety SenseÔ P (TSS-P) while the Corolla comes standard with Toyota Safety SenseÔ 2.0 (TSS 2.0), both of which include the following state-of-the-art safety tech:
If you have any questions about these systems or how they work, contact us!
This is one category where the Camry and the Corolla diverge a little bit. However, that’s a good thing. The Toyota Camry is a midsize car while the Toyota Corolla is a compact car. That means that the Camry is a bit more spacious on the inside, while the Corolla is a bit more compact on the outside. By how much?
When comparing the Toyota Camry vs. Corolla, front passengers in the Camry can stretch out and relax with 37.5 inches of headroom and 42.1 inches of legroom; but so can those in the back, as they’ll have 38.0 inches of headroom and 38.0 inches of legroom. This is all with the available moonroof, and those front headroom numbers only jump higher without it.
You can also carry a bit more stuff in the Camry, as its trunk has a total cargo volume of up to 15.1 cubic feet, while the Corolla model’s is 13.1 cubic feet. Still, either trunk should be enough for a weekend getaway!
On the other hand, the 2021 Toyota Corolla will fit in pretty much any parking space that you set your sights on, seeing as it’s only 56.5 inches high, 182.5 inches long, and 70.1 inches wide (with a mere 106.3-inch wheelbase).
Last, but not least, there’s the efficiency question—and it’s a question to which both models respond with the correct answer! The Camry is able to achieve up to 29 city/41 highway/34 combined MPG;1 while the Corolla can get 31 city/40 highway/34 combined MPG.2 Either one is an MPG winner!
Now you have a better sense of which car is for which type of driver. If you want the midsize model with a bit more room on the inside, go with the Camry. If you want the compact option that can fit just about anywhere, go with the Corolla. And if you want a safe, efficient, and reliable automobile, go with either. Reach out to us at Toyota of Boerne to set up a test drive around Kerrville, San Antonio, and Boerne, Texas!
12020 EPA-estimated 29 city/41 hwy/34 combined mpg for Camry L; 28 city/39 hwy/32 combined mpg for LE, SE, SE Nightshade; 27 city/38 hwy/31 combined mpg for XLE 4-Cylinder and XSE 4-Cylinder; 22 city/33 hwy/26 combined mpg for XLE V6; 22 city/32 hwy/26 combined for XSE V6; 21 city/31 hwy/25 combined for TRED; 51 city/53 hwy/52 combined mpg for Hybrid LE; and 44/city/47 hwy/46 combined mpg for Hybrid SE and Hybrid XLE. Actual mileage will vary.
22020 EPA-estimated 31 city/40 highway/34 combined mpg for Corolla SE with automatic transmission. Actual mileage will vary.
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