2014 Toyota CorollaSamuel Ramos - Planatation, FL02/17/2017
besides the prices going higher and build with more plastic, there is to much air coming in the car making the handfree dificult to hear and the voice feature as well, when driving at 30 miles or more. Engine not as reponsive and constanly wheel dis alignment. poor craftmanship.
So happy that I listened to my husband!
2014 Toyota CorollaAnonymous - Gloucester, VA04/11/2015
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!
Decent for a cheap car I guess
2016 Toyota CorollaMaggie H - Chicago, IL04/11/2017
I have this car for a long term rental due to my car being stolen and things being tied up with insurance related to that. I cannot wait to give it back and get something else.
- Pretty cool perks for being such a cheap car, it has bluetooth, a screen for media, a back up camera/sensors, etc.
- Reliable. Has yet to leave me stranded somewhere.
- I average about 26mpg. My Honda CR-V was a bigger car and had 4WD, and it got about the same gas mileage.
- Road noise. You can expect to have to shout to your passengers.
- Instability/non-responsive drive. If you live some place windy this gets annoying and feels unsafe.
- Uncomfortable front seats, very small and uncomfortable backseat. My kids and coworkers both hate it.
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