The Toyota Corolla is the best-selling car in the history of the world in large part because of its low ownership costs. Affordable, fuel-efficient and historically trouble-free, the Corolla also benefits from excellent resale value thanks to its strong appeal as a used car. And that's why it's again a 5-Year Cost to Own Awards champion, winning in convincing, well-rounded style.
The latest Corolla is also more stylish than previous generations, further adding to its long list of reasons to buy. A bold face and well-defined lines give the Corolla parking-lot presence, which is backed up by similarly detailed interior styling.
Comfort and ease are also Corolla hallmarks, and it remains a great choice for long-haul commuters and in-city errand runners alike with good seats and a smooth ride, as highlighted in our full review: "Toyota's 2016 Corolla compact sedan won't light fires in the hearts of most driving enthusiasts, but just about everyone else will find a lot to like in this not-so-compact 4-door. The ride is smooth and confident, with a bit of playfulness in the sporty S."
We also like the available Entune infotainment systems, all of which benefit from simple and straightforward operation. And even a base Corolla includes a USB port, Bluetooth wireless connectivity and steering-wheel mounted audio controls.
The 2016 Toyota Corolla starts at a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of around $18,000 and tops out closer to $25,000 with niceties like a moonroof, navigation system and push-button start. And no matter which Corolla you choose, you're buying one of the best new-car values available today.