2016 Toyota Corolla vs 2016 Honda Fit

In the current automotive climate drivers are demanding vehicles with ever increasing fuel economy ratings that are still a lot of fun to drive. As a result, the compact car segment has been experiencing dramatic growth over the last several years. The most popular vehicle in the compact car segment is without question the Toyota Corolla. The Corolla is one of the best selling vehicles in the world, and has been on the market since the late 1960’s.

Toyota has made some serious improvements to the Corolla for the new 2016 model year, and the customer excitement surrounding this vehicle is at an all time high as a result. One of the vehicles that competes directly against the Corolla each and every year for market share is Honda’s Fit model. The Fit has not been on the market nearly as long as the Corolla, but it is already building up a huge fan following. Therefore, we have decided to match up the new 2016 Toyota Corolla against the 2016 Honda Fit in order to figure out which vehicle is best in the new model year.

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2016 Toyota Corolla vs 2016 Honda Fit
37 MPG HWY Fuel Economy 37 MPG
132 @ 6000 RPM


130 @ 6600 RPM
128 @ 4400 RPM Torque 114 @ 4600 RPM
5 Passenger Capacity 5

2016 Toyota Corolla: Technology and Style

One of the things that really stands out on the new 2016 Toyota Corolla is its style. This vehicle has a sporty design that inspires excitement and really turns heads in traffic. It has sharp lines, a bold grille and is offered in 10 unique color options so that everyone can get exactly what they want. On the other hand, we feel like the new 2016 Honda Fit is very unattractive and somewhat odd looking. It may turn heads in traffic, but it will be for all the wrong reasons. So if you are looking for a stylish vehicle with great value, we would recommend going with the Corolla instead of the Honda Fit.

Another way that the new 2016 Toyota Corolla is superior to competitors such as the Honda Fit is with its long list of advanced safety, technology and convenience features. Most vehicles in the compact car segment come poorly equipped but that is certainly not the case with the new Corolla. The 2016 Toyota Corolla comes with available features such as: Smart Key System, standard LED headlights, 17-inch alloy wheels, sport gauge cluster, paddle shifters, standard bluetooth, backup camera, voice recognition, USB port and much more. The Honda Fit’s features do not even come close to comparing to the Corolla.  

Anyone interested in setting up a test drive in the new 2016 Toyota Corolla should feel free to stop in and visit us here at Rochester Toyota. We have a full selection of both new and pre-owned Corollas in stock and on our lot right now. We would be more than happy to answer your questions and set up your test drive.

Steering Wheel on the 2016 Toyota Corolla
Rear of the 2016 Toyota Corolla
Interior of the 2016 Toyota Corolla
Wheels on the 2016 Toyota Corolla

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