Should you pick a Toyota Corolla or Toyota Corolla Hybrid?

With a history that stretches more than 50 years, the Toyota Corolla is officially one of the Toyota brand's longest standing models. However, while the Toyota Corolla nameplate has certainly stood the test of time, it hasn't done so devoid of any changes. In fact, these days visitors to our Toyota dealership near Cleveland have a wealth of options and trims to choose from, but perhaps the most common two that our customers compare against each other are the new 2020 Toyota Corolla and Toyota Corolla Hybrid. Both are exceptionally strong compact cars, and if you're torn between the two, we'd love to help you make the right decision for your lifestyle here at Metro Toyota.

Now, first and foremost, you'll want to consider how important it is for your next car to offer the best possible fuel economy. The new 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid may be a bit more expensive overall than the conventionally powered 2020 Toyota Corolla, but in the long run, it more than makes up the deficit in fuel savings. With an EPA-estimated fuel economy of up to 53 mpg city / 52 mpg highway, the new 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid is a top pick for drivers who want to stretch their fuel dollars further.

That being said, the fuel efficiency of the new 2020 Toyota Corolla is certainly nothing to sniff at. Capable of achieving up to an EPA-estimated 31 mpg city / 38 mpg highway, this compact car puts many of its sedan competitors to shame in terms of efficiency. Plus, with standard Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0, the new Toyota Corolla boasts a wealth of sophisticated safety technologies to make travel around the greater Cleveland area a lot easier.

Ultimately, there are compelling reasons to consider both the new 2020 Toyota Corolla and the new 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid. So, if you'd like to get some time in the driver's seat of both to see which of the two is right for you, drop by our dealership near Cleveland to take a test drive and check out some of our other exciting new Toyota models.

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