When you buy a Toyota, you know you’re getting unparalleled reliability, but which Toyota is the best pick for you?
With a diverse lineup of vehicles available, choosing can be difficult. We’ve compared and contrasted some of the most popular Toyota models to help you pick the best one for your needs.
See How Toyota’s Most Popular Models Stack Up
These are Toyota’s most popular sedans for a reason. Both are affordable and reliable, and they boast impressive safety features. So where do they differ?
As a midsize sedan, the 2018 Toyota Camry is a good deal larger than the compact Corolla. Though the Corolla can fit up to five passengers, the rear row may be a little cramped for larger passengers. However, this smaller size also comes with a lower starting price.
The 2018 Camry is the better choice for drivers who need a little more versatility from their sedans. If you’re usually driving on your own or have a smaller budget, the 2018 Corolla is probably your best bet.
We have both the 2018 Toyota Camry and the 2018 Toyota Corolla for sale in Columbia, South Carolina.
The 2018 Toyota Camry vs. the 2018 Toyota Avalon
The most noticeable difference between these two sedans is their size, with the full-size Avalon being another step up from the Camry. Though both are roomy, the Avalon offers a few more inches of head and leg room. The Avalon also comes with standard leather seating and a V6 engine, features that are only included with the higher Camry trims. However, these upgrades come at a cost, both upfront and in mpg.
The 2018 Camry is still a great choice for your family sedan. If you’re looking for a near-luxury experience or more lively acceleration, the 2018 Avalon may be the better choice for you.
The 2018 Toyota Tacoma vs. the 2018 Toyota Tundra
If you’re looking for a dependable work machine, a Toyota truck is your best bet. But which pickup is better for your next job?
The main difference here is in power. The full size 2018 Tundra comes equipped with your choice of powerful V8 engine, giving the muscle to tow up to 10,100 lb. This is a good deal more than the still impressive 6,400 lb. capacity offered by the V6 equipped Tacoma. However, this power boost also comes with a price increase.
To decide which truck is right for you, gauge your regular work needs. The Tacoma can handle most jobs, but if you do a lot of heavy lifting, you may want to step up to the Tundra.
Still not sure what vehicle is the best match for you? We have plenty of other models to choose from. Stop by our showroom in Columbia, South Carolina, to try a few out for yourself. You can also contact us at (803) 223-7265.