2018 Toyota Camry vs. 2018 Toyota Corolla: Worth the Upgrade?

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Winner: 2018 Toyota Corolla

The Corolla is priced to start at $18,550 for the base Corolla L and spans to $22,730 for the top-tier XSE with all the bells and whistles, including a 7-inch touch screen and navigation. Five configurations in between include a fuel-efficient LE Eco at $19,385 and the SE at $21,715, which has a six-speed manual transmission. This Corolla is priced in the middle compared to others in the compact car class, but its most expensive model is less expensive than the base Camry.

The Camry is priced to start at $23,495, which is above average compared to others in the midsize car class. The XSE V6 tops out the line at $34,950. At that price, you get a bundle of upgraded features, like a panoramic moonroof and a high-end infotainment system. The Camry is offered in five trims.

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