It looks great,handles great,is very roomy, gets 34.8 mpg around town and 38.6 highway, I commute an hour to work and an hour home 5 days a week (plus weekend driving) and couldn't ask for a better car for the money. I bought the Sport Plus sedan with Eco /Sport/ & Manual driving options. With the Sport boost I have no problem getting all the power I need to jump into traffic on the Interstate. I've been driving for 40 yrs & have owned a dozen vehicles, but this car has really impressed me. I love this car!
Cons: Consistently 21 mpg fuel economy with city/hwy being 50/50 which isn't great in my opinion. Does NOT have rear-view camera on touch screen. Touch screen is very, very minimal and nothing to brag about. Have to physically click the unlock button on the key fob to enter vehicle. Cannot have different temperature settings between driver and passenger. (All of these cons are fixed in 2015 model and ofcourse hybrid version. for fuel economy. I've owned both. My 2015 Hybrid Camry LE totaled) Pros: Does have wireless, bluetooth cellphone capability and touch screen accesses contacts, a customized speed dial, recent call history and make/answer phone calls! Has an adjustable lumbar support on driver seat. Large trunk AND large cabin.
I'd have to say that Corolla's have always been an after-thought in my book. They always came off as being a little too function versus form. This most recent version of the Corolla is a great departure from the Corolla of yore. The amount of technology available in this car would give any tech CEO doing a keynote or product launch a run for their money. The most successful consumer products have all achieved at doing one thing great, bringing luxury to the masses. At Corolla's price points, Toyota has put forth quite a great effort here. If you're in the market for an affordable, economical, reliable, technology heavy vehicle, this car won't let you down. Don't even get me started on the resale value!