Choosing between the two most popular Toyota Sedans on the market can seem a little daunting. You know that with a Toyota you will get a great vehicle for the value, great safety features, and a great price. Now you really just need to decide which Toyota Sedan is right for you and your daily needs.
2016 Toyota Camry Overview
The best compliment for the 2016 Toyota Camry was the ability to receive the rating of “best-selling car in America” for the last 11 of 12 years. The 2016 Toyota Camry is built with an eye-appealing exterior, right down to the 18″ chrome alloy wheels. Once we move inside the car, the features continue with a plush inside. Starting with the racecar borrowed, on-wheel paddle shifters, this feature allows the driver full use of all the available torque and power of the 2016 Toyota Camry engine. The vehicle also offers dual climate zones, ultra-suede interior, and sport seating of the same material all in order to give the driver maximum comfort of the drive, and the ride. The 2016 Toyota Camry also offers wireless charging, a navigation system with traffic, and voice-activated app features to allow the driver easy access, and avoid distracted driving (some features vary by trim).
2016 Toyota Corolla Overview
Another vehicle that easily maintains the quality of Toyota engineering is the 2016 Toyota Corolla. This vehicle providing from the exterior a smart key system and a unique look with 17″ chrome alloy wheels is a definite crowd attraction. The Corolla comes standard with a fluid like designed dash, and softec seats for ease and comfort of the driver. In addition, the Corolla has 60/40 split fold back seats to permit the additional truck cargo space sometimes needed. The Corolla, like its sister the Camry, has the paddle shifting, but also a sports or econo mode to allow the driver to choose between a sports car shift, or a traction controlled shift with a push of a button. Some other perks of the Corolla do include USB charging ports, an integrated app suite (Facebook, iHeartRadio, etc.), back up camera, voice recognition, and cruise control to name a few (some features vary by trim).
2016 Toyota Camry & 2016 Toyota Corolla Engines
The Camry will offer you a 3.5 liter, V-6 ride at 268-horse power giving you the sports car power when you need it, and doing so at an estimated 31 miles per gallon*; while the four cylinder models will bring you the gas mileage at an estimated 31-35 miles per gallon*. The Corolla with use of its CVTI-S Technology will bring you an estimated highway mileage of 42 miles per gallon*, 30 in the city*. Both of these vehicles bring so much to the table, that it really comes down to personal preference and which Toyota is going to be the perfect fit for your busy life.
Still can’t decide which Toyota Sedan is right for you? Head to Warrenton Toyota and test drive them both to get a feel for which car is the perfect fit for you and your lifestyle!
*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.