The Corolla is a luxurious and professional model designed by Toyota; the car was first introduced in India in 2002. The car was appreciated for its eye catchy characteristics for its impeccable style statement.
The new Corolla Altis is a massive improvement from the earlier model; the style was the major improvement factor with new artistic lines and sculpts. The front portion of the car is identical to Camry that extends to the head lights; the design is creatively executed with three box compartment. The elegance levels are increased with A and C pillar that flows to the boot and hood. When observed closely from the exterior, there is a honeycomb structured front grille in a professional black finish and on the rear is D4 D badge.
The striking feature of the interiors is the classy silver finish for centre console garnished with neat wood carved trim. The interiors exhibit a lavish urbane appeal with unique insertions like wood designs. The air conditioner is known to have an imaginative design as well with eye brow shaped lights and heating buttons. The plastic fitments and color theme generates an incredibly posh atmosphere. There is a twin pod devise with tachometer and speedometer, and a temperature and fuel gauge. The dials offer effective readability. The audio system is world class with wma and mp3 files; there are holes to fit in newspapers, books, small food items and so on.
The car is equipped with 1364cc diesel engine with eight valves that churns impressive efficiencies of 205Nm peak torque and 87bhp highest power mated to six speed manual transmission. The Corolla Altis is priced at Rs 11.9 to 16 lakhs
The Honda Civic is also appreciated for its style; the exteriors are known to possess an exclusive style statement with amazing aerodynamic properties. The front grille is known to be eye catchy with stunning chrome decorations. The grille is inventively designed with amazing style, the front grille is fitted with professionally designed head lamps which emit a sense of pristine and style.
The Honda Civic is known to possess classic interiors; the seats are positioned to offer heightened comfort and luxury and tailored with premium upholstery. The color theme is glossy and interesting with a combination of black and beige. There is a bright instrument cluster and trip meter. Some of the other interesting features are cup holders in front, reading lamps, front console; head rests on front and rear seats, sun visors equipped with mirrors and so on.
The Honda Civic is incorporated with a dynamic 1.8 liter petrol engine with the advanced variable valve timing along with Lift Electronic Control technology that releases magnificent energies of 130bhp highest power and 171.6Nm peak torque. The car is released with an initial price of Rs 12 lakhs.
In terms of design, the Corolla and Civic are equally powerful; the engine efficiency of Civic is higher than that of Corolla. Civic is pricier than Corolla. Those who are looking for luxury and powerful engine, the Corolla is a worthy purchase. The Civic is useful for an ideal professional image and can be used for long distance drives.