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Vehicle Comparison

See how Toyota vehicles compare against the competition. Start by choosing your Toyota vehicle and a competitor to learn more on how they stack up.
  • 2020 86
  • 2021 Tundra
  • 2019 86
  • 2022 4Runner
  • 2021 4Runner
  • 2022 Avalon
  • 2021 Avalon
  • 2022 Avalon Hybrid
  • 2021 Avalon Hybrid
  • 2022 Camry
  • 2021 Camry
  • 2021 C-HR
  • 2020 C-HR
  • 2022 Corolla
  • 2021 Corolla
  • 2022 Corolla Hybrid
  • 2021 Corolla Hybrid
  • 2022 Camry Hybrid
  • 2021 Camry Hybrid
  • 2022 Corolla Hatchback
  • 2021 Corolla Hatchback
  • 2022 GR Supra
  • 2021 GR Supra
  • 2022 Highlander
  • 2021 Highlander
  • 2022 Highlander Hybrid
  • 2021 Highlander Hybrid
  • 2022 Prius
  • 2021 Prius
  • 2022 Prius Prime
  • 2021 Prius Prime
  • 2021 RAV4
  • 2020 RAV4
  • 2021 RAV4 Hybrid
  • 2020 RAV4 Hybrid
  • 2021 RAV4 Prime
  • 2022 Sequoia
  • 2021 Sequoia
  • 2022 Sienna
  • 2021 Sienna
  • 2022 Tacoma
  • 2021 Tacoma
  • 2020 Tundra
  • 2021 Venza
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    Overview

    Corolla is down for fun, offering plenty of tech and style with an available sport gauge cluster, color Multi-Information Display, paddle shifters and Sport Mode. The 2018 Corolla also comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P)

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    See how the 2018 Toyota Corolla SE CVT compares against the 2018 Chevrolet Cruze LT Auto. If cost is a concern, the MSRP including destination charge on Corolla SE CVT is $935 less than the Cruze LT Auto. For interior comfort, Automatic Climate Control is standard on the Corolla SE CVT while not available on the Cruze LT Auto. Finally, for those who enjoy a sporty driving experience, a leather steering wheel is standard on the Corolla SE CVT while not available on the Cruze LT Auto.

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