2015 Toyota Corolla

Up to 30 MPG city / 42 MPG hwy
$16,900 - $22,905

The Corolla has been one of the best-selling cars in the world for many years now, a boring budget conveyance that doesn't need much upkeep and has enough interior room to accommodate Big&Tall shoppers. For a long time, it was the only car in its segment that provided the whole package. In recent years vehicles like the Chevrolet Cruze and the Hyundai Elantra have lapped it, but the Corolla remains strong. However, the Ford Focus did just pass it in overall global sales. Drive dynamics are totally unremarkable and interior features are nondescript, but it does have good safety ratings and continues to hold resale value. The Corolla is a basic, reliable appliance with a known brand name. Not everyone needs a car to be outstanding; it will start in the morning and get you where you need to go. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall Rating
Pros Cons
The fuel rating exceeded expectation: averaged 37 mpg Engine's noisy! probably due to small size
Handling is very good: smoothness etc. Drivers seat adjustability - inability to regulate seat height
Leg room in both front & rear seats One should be able to open the trunk from outside car
The corner handling is very impressive Aesthetics of climate controls - large and more suited to a truck
Attractive vehicle with enough room Driver seat: uncomfortable, terrible leg space & foot rest, small seat
Maintainence is reasonable - love toyota's 2-year maintainence Automatic headlights on previous toyota not included on this model
It's compact. i don't like driving larger vehicles Passenger compartment is a little too noisy
Interior displays are bright and easy to see, especially at night Seat material - dirties easily - hard to clean up
The steering wheel controls for stereo are very convenient. I would prefer rear disc brakes instead of drum
Amount of storage - 2 glove boxes Does not have down shifting when braking on hills