The 2018 Toyota Camry Vs. Corolla – See Which One Is Best For You At Your Rock Hill, SC Car Dealership
You Can Make The Right Choice, But There Are No Wrong Answers
It’s a tough decision. The 2018 Toyota Corolla compact car and the 2018 Toyota Camry mid-size sedan are both on the top of their respective classes. Both received IIHS Top Safety Pick honors as well as a 5-Star Overall Safety Ratings from the NHTSA. The high praise comes in part from standard advanced safety features and Toyota’s always-reliable engineering.
Both cars come standard with Toyota’s driver assist suite, Standard Toyota Safety Sense™ P. The safety suite offers a variety of intuitive features, including Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Automatic High Beams and more.
The 2018 Toyota Corolla and Toyota Camry also offer the Star Safety System™ – a standard set of preventative safety features, including Vehicle Stability Control, Traction Control, and Smart Stop Technology®. If that doesn’t supply enough peace of mind, Toyota also offers its no-cost ToyotaCare plan. With the 2-year/25,000-mile plan, drivers have access to 24-hour roadside assistance, as well as routine maintenance at their Toyota service center, including oil changes, tire rotations and more.
When deciding between the new 2018 Toyota Camry vs. Corolla, you can count on world-class safety no matter which one you choose. Test-drive them both at Toyota of Rock Hill, serving Fort Mill, SC, and Charlotte, NC.
Choose A Tech Savvy Toyota
Modern-day drivers need modern-day cabin technology. That’s why the 2018 Toyota Corolla and Toyota Camry are such great choices.
Both offer standard connectivity, including Bluetooth® technology for music streaming and hands-free phone calls, as well as USB ports, auxiliary jacks and more. These features come as part of Toyota’s Entune™ infotainment system. Standard in both vehicles, Entune™ also includes a touchscreen display and an AM/FM CD player, and it’s all user-friendly too, via steering-wheel-mounted controls and voice recognition.
Drivers’ can also opt for advanced Entune™ systems which include integrated navigation, app suites, premium audio and more. The new 2018 Toyota Camry and Toyota Corolla aren’t just built to keep up with traffic. They’ll keep you up with all the latest tech trends as well. Visit Toyota of Rock Hill for a test drive today.
Trim After Tremendous Trim
While the new 2018 Toyota Corolla and Toyota Camry share a lot of the same features, they are different cars. Some of the biggest differences can be found in each of their various trim levels. Beginning with the 2018 Corolla, let’s see what sets these to rides apart.
Drivers can choose between 6 Corolla trims, each with defining features inside and out. For instance, the 2018 Toyota Corolla SE offers a rear spoiler and 17-inch machined alloy wheels with black-painted accents and a unique front fascia with a gloss-black, mesh-pattern grille. Meanwhile, Corolla XSE provides SofTex® front seats and a power tilt/slide moonroof. Visit the Toyota of Rock Hill website to explore each trim and find a Toyota Corolla for sale today.
Another Whole Set Of Trims
After viewing the Corolla, check out the large selection of 2018 Toyota Camry trims.
The 2018 Camry isn’t just new. It’s brand new and it’s offering an astounding 10 trim levels. The uptick in selection is due to the number of performance options the Toyota sedan offers. Trims such as the L and LE offer efficient 4-cylinder engines, while the Toyota Camry XLE V6 and XSE V6 provide a little more power. Then, there’s the Camry Hybrid LE, Hybrid, SE and Hybrid XLE.
Like the Corolla, Camry SE trims offer a sportier look with a rear spoiler and a black front grille. The XSE and XLE trims offer a panoramic glass roof with a front power tilt/slide moonroof as well. Find the 2018 Toyota Camry for sale today at Toyota of Rock Hill.
Power Tailored To You
The new 2018 Corolla and Camry both offer various performance options, allowing drivers in Fort Mill and Charlotte to find the perfect fit.
The new Camry provides an efficient standard 2.5L 4-cylinder that achieves an EPA-estimated 41 HWY MPG. For a little more kick, opt for the Camry XSE V6. It provides a 301-horsepower V6 and an 8-speed automatic transmission. For maximum fuel economy, the Camry also offers hybrid options that achieve up to an EPA-estimated 53 HWY MPG.
The 2018 Toyota Corolla houses a standard 1.8L 4-cylinder engine with continuously variable timing. The dynamic power source generates 132 horsepower while achieving an EPA-estimated 36 HWY MPG. Meanwhile, the Toyota Corolla LE Eco ups the fuel economy to an EPA-estimated 40 HWY MPG.
Besides a slight difference in interior volume and cargo space in the trunk, power options are the main difference between the Toyota duo. Along with great fuel economy, the 2018 Camry and Corolla also offer standard front-wheel drive, as well as precise engineering to ensure a nimble, yet smooth driving experience. When comparing the Camry vs. Corolla, the only winner is the car-buyer. Schedule a test drive today at Toyota of Rock Hill, serving Charlotte, NC and Fort Mill, SC.