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Toyota Corolla vs. Toyota Camry
Toyota Corolla
Toyota Camry
At a Glance: Corolla vs. Camry

Looking to get a new Toyota sedan? While there are various options, all of which offer a great driving experience around Ithaca, Elmira, and Binghamton, you may find one particular model is better suited for you.

To help you decide which one that may be, our Maguire Toyota team gives you a side-by-side comparison of the 2022 Toyota Corolla vs. Toyota Camry. Let’s begin!

PASSENGERS

PASSENGERS

5 | 5
Corolla vs Camry
PASSENGER VOLUME

PASSENGER VOLUME

88.6 cu. ft. | 100.4 cu. ft.
Corolla vs Camry
HYBRID ENGINE

HYBRID ENGINE

Available | Available
Corolla vs Camry
Which is the Right Sedan for You?
Select a category below to learn more about how the Toyota Corolla compares to the Toyota Camry.
INTERIOR
Toyota Corolla

Are you typically the driver in your group of friends? Whether you’re heading to catch a concert or the big game, you can provide everyone with a comfortable ride in your new Toyota sedan.

Choose the Size and Space You Need

The 2022 Toyota Corolla offers a roomy 88.6 cubic feet of passenger space for you to stretch out in. But if you’re looking for something a bit roomier, you may prefer the 100.4 cubic feet of passenger volume in the Camry.

The Corolla is also smaller in length at 182.3 inches compared to the Camry’s 192.1 inches. That means, this sedan may be easier to maneuver around city streets when having dinner out with your neighbors or hitting up a new museum.

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PERFORMANCE
Toyota Corolla

Both cars are ready to give smooth acceleration and responsive steering to make your ride comforting and engaging. The differences in performance are subtle but might help you ultimately choose which sedan you’d like to drive.

The Performance You Crave

In terms of a fuel-efficient performance, both models come with 4-cylinder engines that do a great job of conserving fuel. They also have available hybrid engines for even more fuel-saving abilities. The Corolla offers the most efficient performance with an EPA-estimated 53 city/52 highway MPG with its available hybrid powertrain.*

Now, if you prefer a more athletic performance, the 2022 Toyota Camry is ready to step up to the plate. It offers a 301-horsepower V6 engine and an optional sport-tuned suspension. Plus, it offers an available Dynamic Torque Control All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system if you’d like extra traction to handle various road conditions.

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TECHNOLOGY
Toyota Corolla

From being able to integrate your smartphone to the center display to having standard safety technologies ready to keep you alert and out of harm’s way, both Toyota sedans are equipped with the technology you want in your new car.

Add the Features You Want

There are a few features unique to them, though. So, depending on which features you personally want, you may find the Corolla or the Camry more fitting for you. The 2022 Toyota Camry, for instance, has an available Head-Up Display. This feature will project key information onto your windshield, so you can keep your eyes on the road and still know your vehicle’s speed and when your next turn is approaching.

Adaptive Headlights

In the 2022 Toyota Corolla, you can get the available Adaptive Front-Lighting System. This feature provides more convenience and safety since the headlights move with your front wheels, so you’ll always have great visibility—even while turning.

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Come Find Your New Toyota Sedan Today!
Toyota Corolla

As you can see, each of these Toyota sedans offers its own unique advantages. To ultimately decide which one is better for your travels around Ithaca, Elmira, or Binghamton, you’ll want to drive them for yourself.

Contact us at Maguire Toyota today to set up a test drive of the 2022 Camry or the Corolla!

All of the tools you need to move forward with experiencing a new 2022 Corolla for yourself are conveniently available right here online.

[1] 2022 EPA-estimated mpg ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.