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  • “It may not attract much attention, but the Toyota Corolla is an excellent choice if you want reliable, durable, comfortable transportation.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Toyota's long-lived sedan delivers an impressive blend of frugal fuel economy, refinement, reliability and durability.” — Cars.com
  • “...this new ninth-generation Corolla is an evolutionary model that carries on Toyota's tradition of producing a robust small car that acts as a great introductory model to the Toyota family.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Since its 1968 introduction, Toyota has sold roughly 17 million Corollas. (Volkswagen takes top honors for selling roughly 21 million Beetles.)” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Even a digital clock is extra on a VE, which gets the plainest interior fabrics. It's hard to imagine anyone but fleet customers will go for a VE without air conditioning and a radio.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Chevrolet's Prizm has different styling but uses the same front-drive platform and mechanical components as the Corolla...” — Cars.com
  • “The Corolla rides a 97-inch wheelbase and measures 174 inches long - just slightly shorter than the Ford Focus and Honda Civic.” — Cars.com
  • “It's too bad that, while significantly improved, the new Corolla sedan has an awkward appearance.” — Carpoint.com
  • “One of the blue-chip models in the small-car segment...” — Cars.com
  • “...there's nothing second-rate about this little chariot.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Acceleration is certainly on par with or better than most other economy cars, and the ride is smooth.” — Edmunds.com
  • “The car exhibits an overall refinement that's noticeably enhanced in contrast to the previous model's.” — Road & Track
  • “It's totally appropriate to describe this new Corolla as a baby Camry, which, in turn, is in a baby Lexus. That's not a bad pedigree for any car.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “More features are standard this year, and even the lowly CE comes with air...a CD player, power steering, power mirrors, an outside temperature gauge, 60/40 split-folding rear seats and 15-inch wheels.” — Edmunds.com
  • “...at 178.3 inches long overall, the new Corolla is actually 3.7 inches longer than the Civic and a scant 0.8 inches longer than Nissan's Sentra (which has a 99.8-inch wheelbase).” — The Car Connection
  • “Top-line safety and refinement for a bargain basement price.” — Edmunds.com
  • “... we still think the look is attractive but, in typical Toyota fashion, not very exciting.” — Edmunds.com
  • “Engineers proudly note that Corolla standards of panel fit...now match those previously adopted for Lexus interiors.” — Road & Track
  • “Its engine keeps the Corolla from dominating the class.” — The Car Connection
  • “...performance is lively and fuel economy -- always a prime Corolla virtue -- is high: an estimated 30-32 in the city and 36-40 on highways.” — Carpoint.com

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