Toyota Corolla

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2018 Toyota Corolla

For 2018, the Toyota Corolla compact sedan carries over with no changes of note. The 50th Anniversary trim is discontinued.

2017 Toyota Corolla

Toyota Safety Sense-P is standard equipment on all Corolla models, adding adaptive cruise, automatic collision braking and more for a base price that's less than $20,000. The model lineup has been simplified to match the Toyota Camry, the interior gets a materials upgrade, and the exterior styling is also updated and improved.

2016 Toyota Corolla

Siri Eyes Free Mode is added to the Entune Audio Plus, while the Entune Premium is available on LE, LE Eco and S trims.

About Toyota Corolla

The 2018 Toyota Corolla compact sedan may not be the fastest or most technologically advanced small car you can buy, but its dedication to value, economy and comfort is unsurpassed. For the money, Toyota’s 2018 Corolla sedan offers a spacious cabin wrapped in an attractive body, and a list of unrivaled standard safety features including adaptive cruise control, pre-collision warning and automatic high-beam headlights. A wide model range offers something for everyone, although the Corolla’s standard 1.8-liter won’t impress like the turbocharged engines in the Honda Civic or VW Golf, and its driving dynamics are no match for competitors like the Mazda3 and Chevrolet Cruze. High-tech fans won’t be happy with the omission of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, either.

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