2013 Toyota CorollaLaura Gonzalez - Miami, FL03/21/2016
Extremely cost efficient, safe, beautiful car
This is a great car and the price seems right!
2013 Toyota CorollaBob Baker - Austin, TX03/11/2016
Excellent appearance, comfortable, ease of operation, and very good mileage.
I'm a Toyota girl now and loving it.
2013 Toyota CorollaLawanda Young - O'Fallon, IL02/14/2017
I absolutely love my car. It rides smoothly and comfortably, and I love my stereo. The only thing I do not like is the tan seatings. I had to purchase seat covers because my jeans were staining them. I would have preferred black seats. Other than that I love my car.
2013 Toyota Corolla Overview
The Toyota Corolla is a simple car. It is easy to drive and doesn't waste space on unnecessary features. It's inexpensive and has a strong legacy of solid models. Anyone seeking a car for necessity and practicality will find everything they need in the Corolla.
2013 Toyota Corolla History
The Toyota Corolla has been one of the best-selling cars in the world since its 1966 introduction. The 2013 Toyota Corolla is a part of the tenth generation, which premiered in 2012. For this model year, the Toyota Corolla received a few minor changes, including a revised grille and an upgraded audio system. A redesigned Corolla was released in 2014.
How It Drives
The Toyota Corolla is quiet and stable, and in general, on par with other compact cars. The front-wheel drive car is easy to drive, so it may be an especially comfortable starting point for new drivers.
Used 2013 Toyota Corolla Value
Compared to other compact cars in its model year, the Toyota Corolla's major strength is in its ease of use. It has a comfortable ride and simple controls. It's feature-rich, making it an exceptional value.
Design & Performance
The 2013 Toyota Corolla's design is conservative with three trim levels:
The base-level L has full-power accessories, keyless entry, air conditioning, an auxiliary cord, and a folding rear seat.
The Toyota Corolla LE has bigger wheels, heated mirrors, Bluetooth connectivity, and a six-speaker sound system.
The Corolla S adds fog lights and upgraded upholstery to the LE features.
The Premium Package offers more features, like a sunroof and upgraded wheels. The LE and S trim levels also have Special Edition options available. The LE Special Edition has a unique color, 16-inch alloy wheels, a navigation system with Entune, a power driver's seat, and heated front seats. The S Special Edition has all of the same features, and bigger wheels. All of the Special Edition trim levels are relatively limited in terms of production.
Powertrain & Engine
The 2013 Toyota Corolla has one engine option and two transmissions. It's limited to a 132-horsepower 1.8L four-cylinder engine. It's typically paired with either a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic transmission. The compact sedan earns decent mileage in cities and on highways; the manual transmission gets slightly better fuel efficiency. Because the difference between the two transmissions is so negligible, the choice between the two comes down to preference.
Body Style & Interior Comfort
The Toyota Corolla is a compact car; it may not be the roomiest, but it can still carry five passengers comfortably. The average-size adult will find plenty of headroom and legroom. Functionally, the Corolla succeeds in hitting the basics of interior comfort.
The 2013 Corolla LE and S models received a 6.1-inch touchscreen audio system.
It has Bluetooth hands-free calling, Bluetooth audio streaming, and USB connectivity.
Navigation and automatic climate control are available upgrades.
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