Neither the Toyota Corolla nor the Toyota Camry has a marked advantage with respect to seating capacity. Towing is substantially more the Toyota Camry's forte than it is the Toyota Corolla's.
Both the Corolla and the Camry are likely to feel a little slow because of their high horsepower-to-weight ratio.
Both the Toyota Corolla and the Toyota Camry are likely to feel a tad slow because of their high horsepower-to-weight ratio. Your wallet will hurt more every time you fill up the Toyota Camry than the Toyota Corolla because of its more capacious tank. The Corolla and the Camry compete for the same parking spaces.
The Toyota Corolla is markedly less costly than the Camry in terms of MSRP. The Camry will cost you a bunch of money in gasoline every year compared to the Corolla.
The Toyota Camry and the Toyota Corolla have roughly similar tires. With their similar turning radiuses, the Corolla and the Toyota Camry indubitably handle approximately the same into and out of tight spots.
The Toyota Camry has a bigger engine than the Toyota Corolla. Remember that smaller engines typically get better gas mileage, but a smaller engine usually has to work a little harder. The Camry packs quite a wallop compared to the Corolla in terms of torque, which is the force that lets you accelerate quickly.
While the front cabin in the Toyota Corolla offers a bit more head room than the Toyota Camry, there honestly isn't much of a difference. The ampler interior dimensions of the Toyota Camry make it markedly roomier for your passengers than the Corolla.
The Camry and the Corolla have the same basic after-sale protection.