2015 Toyota CorollaKeith Layson - Washington, DC08/12/2015
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!
Great sporty car if has right trim
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.
I love my new Camry
2016 Toyota CamryPat E. - Kenosha, WI02/10/2016
There are so many wonderful components to recommend this car. I test drove other models before the Camry and my comfort was just not right. From the first moment I sat down, it fit. I could see everything and the comfort was perfect.
Driving has been a joy. The headlights are fantastic at night. The transmission is very responsive. I have no problems hitting the gas to move along more quickly as in a passing situation.
I love the sleek lines. The ride is quiet and this was very important to me.
There are a couple of negatives.
The voice recognition is not good.
The seatbelt attachments do not sit proud enough for easy connections.
The Entune system has not performed well.
Overall, I love this model.
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