There are a lot of different sedans on the road for drivers to choose from and for many the best way to find the perfect sedan is by doing a little head to head comparison. Which is why we have compared the Ford Focus to the Toyota Corolla in all the ways that matter most. So then all you have to do is stop by Gullo Toyota of Conroe and go for a test drive to experience the amazing Toyota Corolla first hand.

Advanced Safety

Safety features are often the most important thing perspective drivers are looking for when shopping for a new car. This is just the first of many ways that the Toyota Corolla outshines the Ford Focus, with more standard and available advanced safety features. The standard safety features that the Focus has to offer include a rearview camera and SOS Post-Crash Alert System. The Corolla, however, comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense, Star Safety System, and ToyotaCare 2 year/25,000-mile no cost maintenance with 24-hour roadside assistance. While Toyota Safety Sense includes Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert, Automatic High Beams, and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. And Star Safety System features Vehicle Stability Control, Traction Control, Anti-lock Brake System with Electronic Brake-force Distribution, Brake Assist, Smart Stop Technology, and more. The only other advanced safety features, Lane Keep Assist and Blind Spot Information System with cross-traffic alert, the Ford Focus has to offer are exclusively available on one trim as part of an additional package.


Fuel efficient performance is something that everyone looks for behind the wheel of their next car and the Toyota Corolla is more efficient than the Ford Focus. Even though the Focus has EcoBoost engines to choose from. The Toyota Corolla is powered by a peppy 1.8L four-cylinder that generates 132 horsepower and gets an impressive 40 highway mpg. The Ford Focus also gets up to 40 highway mpg when powered by a 1.0L three-cylinder engine that is less powerful with only 123 horsepower. The other three engine options aren't as efficient as the Corolla.

Interior Space

While you may be behind the wheel you want your passengers to be comfortable and the Toyota Corolla offers more spacious seating for five.

    Toyota Corolla:
  • Front/Rear Headroom: 38.3/37.1 inches
  • Front/Rear Legroom: 42.3/41.4 inches
  • Total Passenger Space: 97.5 cubic feet
  • Cargo Space: 13.2 cubic feet
    Ford Focus:
  • Front/Rear Headroom: 38.3/38.0
  • Front/Rear Legroom: 43.1/33.2
  • Total Passenger Space: 90.0 cubic feet
  • Cargo Space: 13.2 cubic feet


No one wants to pay more for less and the Toyota Corolla helps you get the most for your hard earned dollar with more standard and available features than the Ford Focus. Like a standard 6.1-inch touchscreen Entune multimedia system with Siri Eyes Free, Bluetooth wireless technology, USB port and more. The Ford Focus comes standard with a 4.2 inch LDC display with a USB port. Upper level trim Ford focus models are available with a touchscreen but at a higher cost.


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