Contrasting the 2020 Toyota Corolla and the 2020 Nissan Versa

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Looking back at the 2017 Toyota Corolla and its earlier iterations, it becomes evident why this car has been a top-seller for multiple eras. The Toyota Corolla has been well-received since its inception, but the most significant modifications were introduced with the 2020 model. These changes have sparked curiosity about how the brand-new Toyota Corolla stacks up against competitors like the 2020 Nissan Versa.

Similar to other Toyota models in our latest vehicle selection, the revamped Toyota Corolla performs admirably when compared to cars such as the Nissan Versa. Despite receiving updates for the 2020 edition, the Nissan Versa is solely offered as a sedan, while the Toyota Corolla is presented in both sedan and hatchback variants. Furthermore, it’s important to mention that the Nissan Versa is exclusively a gasoline-powered vehicle, whereas the Toyota Corolla is available in both gasoline and hybrid choices.

In its gasoline form, the 2020 Toyota Corolla comes with two engine options, whereas the new Nissan Versa only offers one. Even the base engine in the all-new Toyota Corolla outperforms that of the Nissan sedan, generating 139 hp and 126 lb-ft of torque compared to 122 hp and 114 lb-ft of torque.

Upon reaching out to our Toyota dealership near Binghamton, PA, you’ll discover that both vehicles are equipped with advanced safety technologies, yet the Toyota Corolla boasts a unique feature not present on the Nissan Versa—a traffic sign reader. While Apple CarPlay™ is standard across all trims of the 2020 Toyota Corolla, it’s only available as standard on the top models of the Nissan sedan.

For further insights on how the 2020 Toyota Corolla stands against the latest Nissan Versa, drop by MotorWorld Toyota on MotorWorld Drive in Wilkes-Barre, PA today.

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