2015 Toyota CorollaTony Burden II - Marietta, GA01/02/2017
It is a little sporty for an Eco Trim, and like all the entertainment features for the price point. I would recommend that if you get the Eco version, go ahead and get the Eco Premium, as you start to feel shorted by not having those few extra features. The drive is comfortable, and the fuel economy is fair in mixed travel. Cabin noise is minimal, and the auto climate is a nice touch. Inside interior could be better, but defiantly not the worst. Overall a good car for commuting and around town travel, long trips could leave you feeling cramped and wanting to take a lot of breaks.
Great drive at an economical cost.
2015 Toyota CorollaDavid Kuske - Leesburg, FL12/02/2015
Excellent mileage = 37 in city, 40 on interstate
Good seats = no backache, even on long trips of 200 miles.
Tasteful interior design and easy to clean seats and instrument panel.
Plenty of pickup for my purposes.
Only negative point - not easy to enter driver's seat for a large person
Steady, reliable car
2012 Toyota CorollaMarian - Louisville, KY03/29/2015
While I would love to have a sportier, fancier car, I can't afford one. My Corolla is practical...looks good, drives smoothly, gets good gas mileage, is the right size for my needs. If I can avoid any crashes, I hope this car will last as long as I need a car...and that's what I was looking for.
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