Max Fuel Economy**
Standard Safety System
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If you want a safe and reliable vehicle that won’t let you down on the Cleveland roads, it’s hard to find a better pick than a Toyota sedan with Toyota Safety Sense! And many people visit Motorcars Toyota every day deciding between the 2021 Toyota Camry vs. Toyota Corolla. Which is right for you? It depends on what you want. Upon first glance, the Camry is larger and the Corolla has a smaller footprint, but what else separates the two? Take a closer look at the Camry vs. Corolla with us and find out.
Between the Toyota Camry vs. Toyota Corolla, the Camry has the more powerful specs and the Corolla has the edge on fuel economy. So, think about your needs for the Beachwood roads. The heavier and more powerful Camry is a great choice for highway commutes, while the Corolla’s smaller footprint and efficient performance are perfect for city driving. Compare the two below:
Between the Toyota Camry vs. Corolla, the Camry is a midsize car and the Corolla is a compact car. That means that the Camry is a more spacious ride with extra room for cargo, while the Corolla is the more agile and nimble model that can easily squeeze into tight parking spaces in Shaker Heights. Here are the dimensions of the Camry vs. Corolla.
Still have questions about the Toyota Camry vs. Corolla? Contact us at Motorcars Toyota with any questions about the Toyota lineup and stop by Cleveland Heights for a test drive!
*MSRP excludes the Delivery, Processing, and Handling Fee of $995 for Cars (Yaris, Yaris iA, 86, Corolla, Corolla HB, Camry, Camry HV, Prius LB, Prius c, Prius Prime, Mirai, Avalon, Avalon HV), $1,175 for Small/Medium Trucks, SUVs and Van (C-HR, RAV4, RAV4 HV, Highlander, Highlander HV, 4Runner, Sienna, Tacoma), $1,365 for Large SUVs (Sequoia, Land Cruiser), and $1,595 for Large Truck (Tundra). (Historically, vehicle manufacturers and distributors have charged a separate fee for processing, handling and delivering vehicles to dealerships. Toyota’s charge for these services is called the “Delivery, Processing and Handling Fee” and is based on the value of the processing, handling and delivery services Toyota provides as well as Toyota’s overall pricing structure. Toyota may make a profit on the Delivery, Processing and Handling Fee.) Excludes taxes, license, title and available or regionally required equipment. The Delivery, Processing and Handling Fee in AL, AR, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, OK, SC and TX will be higher. The published prices do not apply to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Actual dealer price will vary.
**Based on EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.
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