Both are equally good
And I have Michelin on my civic and feels equally good sometimes even better than my corolla ..
Both cars are equally good , civics interior layout , quality , comfort and solid feel of the doors and door trims leaves this new corolla far behind
The difference is quite obvious the moment you open or close the doors
No weird noise or sounds from anywhere in the car even after almost 18 k kms on the odo
Corolla with only 780 kms have this issue not as much as previous ones but if you park it outside without any shade in direct sunlight for 4 to 5 hours and then drive it's dashboard starts making some weird noise for sometime and then those sounds go away when the cabins temperature comes down after 10 minutes of full AC
The horizontal black hard plastic panel which goes from passenger side ac vent all the way yo the cluster / speedometer makes that weird tik tuk sound ..
Similarly the exterior styling and Shape of this new corolla leaves this new civic far behind and the moment you look at this corolla you just don't want to get in the civic parked next to it
Quite an achievement for a corolla really !
However in my case since my corolla Gli AT is purely stock and Civic has too many cosmetic extras whoever looks at both just loves the civic more than my corolla
With the passage of time slowly and gradually will upgrade my corolla too
Phir hoga looks mein fit muqabla
And one more thing quality control and workmanship of IMC and Atlas is not upto the mark
That's why we will always have mixed comments and reviews like this
Someone says paint of new corolla is just pathetic
I say totally opposite the paint n finish is just too good
I hear a few weird sounds in my car ppl like irfananwar don't have any such issue
So again a classic Example of poor quality control
My civic feels just too great others have some issues in their civics again no quality control !
These problems are even more obvious in Pak Suzuki cars
Few have just fine pillar panels
While in others it seems like they have used scissors to shape those inner plastic panels