It is a great car for the price and a very smooth ride.
Find it an economical choice -- reliable, attractive (those wheels), and roomy for its size.
Great gas mileage and it's made by trustworthy Toyota.
The 2016 Toyota Corolla represents the eleventh generation for the Corolla lineup and maintains many of the features from the 2014 redesign. As a result, the 2016 Corolla is still the same crisp, high-value compact sedan it has always been.
The Toyota Corolla has an excellent infotainment system. In some models, buyers may find that the system features navigation and apps. Base models come with air conditioning, fabric upholstery, Bluetooth connectivity and power accessories. Higher trim levels come with automatic climate control, steering wheel controls, voice recognition, heated power mirrors, remote keyless entry, cruise control and a rearview camera.
With smooth handling and predictable steering, the Corolla lends itself to a comfortable driving experience. By no means a speedster, the 2010 Corolla specializes in creating an enjoyable city-driving experience. The 2016 Toyota Corolla comes with three trim options: L, LE and S. All but the L come with a Plus or a Premium option, which adds an additional level of luxury with specific feature packages.
The 2016 Toyota Corolla comes with two different 1.8L four-cylinder engines with two transmission options. Both engines have similar performance in terms of fuel efficiency and horsepower. As a result, the main choice is between the popular continuously variable transmission (CVT) or a six-speed manual transmission.
The Toyota Corolla is conservative, though it still has attractive, crisp lines. While not particularly distinctive, the lengthened body has added some space on the interior, creating a surprisingly roomy cabin. Additionally, the vehicle delivers the right amount of leg room in the front and rear seats that, when paired with longer cushions and adjustable front seats, make for a comfortable driving experience.