2017 Toyota Corolla vs Camry Specs and Price | Tallahassee, FL
2017 Toyota Corolla vs Camry
Serving Tallahassee, Panama City, and Marianna, FL
The 2017 Toyota Camry inherits the mantle of the best-selling car in America. The 2017 Toyota Corolla inherits its own legacy, best-selling car in its class. When you look at the two side by side, there are some distinctions worth noting.
Performance and Fuel Economy
A lower curb weight and an aerodynamic build allow the Corolla to make more out of its horsepower. The 2017 Corolla offers a 132-horsepower four-cylinder engine with either a continuously variable transmission or an optional manual. The CVT earns 28 mpg city and 36 mpg highway. For even better gas mileage and more horsepower, many shoppers opt for the LE Eco. At peak efficiency, it can earn 33 mpg city and 40 mpg on the highway. Edmunds praises this car for its no-hassle commuting comfort.
The larger Camry doesn’t offer a manual transmission, relying strictly on automatic transmissions. The regular gas editions can’t match the Corolla LE Eco, but the hybrid exceeds its fuel economy for city driving. Of course, this bigger car needs a higher performing engine; therefore, the shopper is offered three choices. The base Camry edition has a 178-horsepower four cylinder engine. At peak efficiency it earns 24 mpg city and 33 mpg highway. You can also get a 200-horsepower hybrid that earns 42 mpg city and 38 mpg highway. For the driving enthusiast, there’s a V-6 that earns 268 horsepower and still gets 30 mpg highway. It’s available on the XLE and XSE Camrys. Behind the wheel, the Camry always feels composed, instilling confidence in the driver.
The Toyota Corolla offers 97.5 cu.ft. of space. The body is longer than before, and engineers have taken care to flatten the floor, providing more legroom. In fact, it leads its class with 44 inches. Knee room is generous as well, thanks to carefully sculpted front seatbacks. The trunk measures 13 cu.ft. and can be expanded with fold-flat rear seats. The Camry’s midsized frame offers 102 cu.ft. Like the Corolla, it has a flat floor and sculpted seatbacks, allowing for greater legroom and knee room in its large backseat. The Camry’s 15.4-cu.ft. trunk is appropriate for its larger passenger cabin.
The Corolla and the Camry offer valuable standards such as a dash touchscreen and a rearview camera. Higher editions add Toyota Entune with Siri Eyes Free. Only Toyotas offer Scout GPS Link, a navigational tool that streams maps from your smartphone to your touchscreen. The Camry does offer a few advantages, including the Qi wireless charger and a Premium JBL audio system. Furthermore, its higher editions definitely take you into luxury territory.
* 2017 EPA-estimated mileage. Actual mileage will vary.