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2018 Toyota Corolla vs 2018 Toyota Yaris iA

Split screen images of the 2018 Toyota Corolla and the 2018 Toyota Yaris iA

Car shoppers in need of a new and affordable sedan that doesn't skimp on amenities may be interested in the compact 2018 Toyota Corolla or the subcompact 2018 Toyota Yaris iA. While vehicles in this class and budget range can easily be ho-hum, the Corolla and Yaris iA manage to infuse style, functionality, and a fun-to-drive nature into their blueprints making them great options for first-time drivers or young professionals who are looking to keep as much money as possible in their wallets.

Find specs and a standard feature comparison of both models below to aid in your sedan research. We think you'll be impressed by how much both models offer when compared to their pint-sized price tags.



2018 Toyota Corolla

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2018 Toyota Yaris iA

$18,600 Starting MSRP $15,950
28/36 Fuel Economy 30/39
1.8-liter four-cylinder Base Engine 1.5-liter four-cylinder
13.0 cubic feet Base Cargo Space 13.5 cubic feet

Pricing and Standard Features

While there is a lot to be said about the styling, fuel economy, and feature availability in both vehicles, what drives a lot of car shoppers towards these Toyota sedans are the price tags. The 2018 Toyota Yaris iA offers the smallest starting price tag in the Toyota lineup with a starting MSRP of $15,950. And, considering there is just one choice in trim, the price won't go up too much from there even with the optional automatic transmission.

The 2018 Toyota Corolla's starting MSRP of $18,600 is also very tempting. Unlike the 2018 Yaris iA, car shoppers interested in the 2018 Corolla have six well-equipped trim levels to choose from and moving up the levels will make a difference in the overall price, but even the 2018 Corolla's top-level XSE trim has a starting MSRP of just $22,780.

Car shoppers may be surprised at the list of standard features available on each sedan for the price. The 2018 Yaris iA comes with only one trim, so aside from the available automatic transmission, all features are standard and car shoppers can expect 16-inch alloy wheels, power side mirrors with LED turn signal indicators, a rearview camera, keyless entry and ignition, Bluetooth compatibility and more. The 2018 Toyota Corolla packs in even more value with standard Toyota Safety Sense, LED headlights, an integrated backup camera, and more.

For an even more in-depth comparison, visit the Fox Toyota dealership in Clinton to see each model in person.


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