The 2020 Toyota Corolla is crafted to appeal to younger buyers who are strapped on a budget but are still in the search for a sleek and modern alternative to BMWs and Mercedes. It bodes well that along with appealing design, Toyota also offers many premium features like heated front seats, blind-spot warning, wireless charging, and adaptive cruise under $25,000. While Elantra, on the other hand, went through a mid-cycle refresh in 2019 so for the 2020 model year, it receives a new transmission called an Intelligent Variable Transmission (IVT). It is Hyundai’s derivation of a traditional CVT transmission. The Elantra also has a striking new design and also offers premium features like Corolla at a comparable value. Along with excellent fuel economy, comfort and space for 5-passengers, both of these cars also offer excellent safety ratings. These cars are also matched with an excellent factory warranty that could take some long-terms stress out of buyers.
In conclusion, one could not go wrong with picking either one of these cars as your next daily driver as both of these cars have a stylish design and offer a bank full of driver’s aid system at an affordable price. However, we would like to give the edge to Toyota for having features like Adaptive Cruise control and Forward-Collision Warning on their lowest-end model starting at just $18,990. Lastly, Toyota offers also offers a Hatchback model for people who are looking for some more space and a Hybrid model for those people who are interested to save on even more gas.