A symbol of luxury and comfort, the sedan holds a fond place in our hearts. Whether it’s the timeless Honda City or the sleek Toyota Yaris, sedans never go out of style.
So, which sedan is the best for you? Let’s look at two of the most trusted auto brands in the country, Toyota and Honda. The below comparison will help you make an informed decision – be it buying new or second-hand cars.
|Interior||The Toyota Yaris is the latest in a long line of incredible sedans. With 7 airbags, brake assist, ABS with EBD, disc brakes on all four wheels and ISOFIX child seat anchors, the safety features are top of the line. It has a 7-inch infotainment system and auto climate control.||The Honda Civic is a classic and a cult favourite in India. With a five-star ASEAN NCAP safety rating, the Civic is equipped with frontal airbags, ABS with EBD, ISOFIX child seat mounts and vehicle stability and agile handling assists. It has a lane watch camera and rear parking sensors.|
|Engine and Power||The Toyota Camry hybrid has a beltless petrol engine with an electric motor and massive power of 203.79PS.||Honda’s fast and fuel-efficient cars hold a prime spot on this year’s top ten most powerful sedans in the country. The Honda City brings a five-speed manual transmission, 1.5 litre i-VTEC petrol engine with a power of 119PS and a torque of 145Nm. The Accord has a much more powerful engine with a massive power of 215 PS with 315 Nm of torque.|
|Mileage||The Toyota Prius offers an incredible mileage of 26.27 kilometres per litre! With a less impressive mileage, the Toyota Camry electric hybrid has a fuel efficiency of 19.16 kilometres per litre.||The Honda City is a classic and timeless vehicle, and it offers an impressive mileage of 25.6 kilometres per litre. The Honda Accord has a less impressive mileage of 23.1 kilometres per litre.|
|Exterior||The Toyota Platinum Etios is a large car, with a sleek and imposing body. It has great legroom and a boot space of 595 litres.||The Honda Accord is the most expensive Honda sedan on the market right now, making it a great option to buy used cars. With its sunroof, LED daytime lights and incredible boot space of 388 litres, it’s an imposing car.|
Toyota and Honda both have an illustrious history of making cars for the Indian market for decades. Their sedans have never disappointed and continue to be a symbol of elegance and power. With Toyota taking the lead on the eco-friendly initiative with their new hybrid cars, Honda continues to make family cars, merely improving on their already cult favourites year after year. It’s safe to say, that for now, the competition continues.
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