Pitts Toyota Reviews the 2017 Toyota Corolla vs. Ford Focus
The same class doesn’t always mean the same features, especially when it comes to the 2017 Toyota Corolla. So we thought we would compare this popular ride to a well-known competitor, the Ford Focus. After reading this Toyota review, you can check out the selection at Pitts Toyota dealer serving Dublin, GA.
Bigger Back Seat
The Focus is a typical small sedan with 32 inches of back row legroom. On the other hand, Toyota Corolla engineers changed the game by smoothing the normal hump. This means a flatter floor and a remarkable 41 inches of backseat legroom. That is more space for your family or friends without spending more money to get it. Find financing.
While the Focus offers some automation, only the Corolla gives it to you for the introductory price. This means that every Corolla can regulate the high beams without the driver’s input. Every Corolla has adaptive cruise control, regulating the ride with less driver assistance.
Collision Avoidance Systems
According to the crash testers at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the Corolla is a Top Safety Pick. The Focus didn’t earn this honor. Every Corolla comes with an autobrake. It is tied to both a pedestrian warning and a front collision watch. Only the Corolla can watch the lane lines, assisting the driver with warnings and, when necessary, an automated straightening feature. If you want these features on the Focus, you will have to pay for the Tech package on the most expensive Focus Titanium edition.
If value is what you have in mind, it starts with the 2017 Corolla at Pitts Toyota dealer serving Dublin, GA.