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2017 Toyota Corolla
2017 toyota corolla
2017 Toyota Corolla

2017 Toyota Corolla

MSRP
$18,500 - $22,680
FUEL ECONOMY (CITY/HWY)
27-28 / 35-36 mpg
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The Toyota Corolla marked its 50th anniversary last year, a continuous production milestone that places it alongside nameplates such as the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Corvette and Porsche 911. Toyota has sold 43 million Corollas, through 11 generations, and claims it as the best-selling nameplate of all time. And yet Toyota's small sedan still gets See more

2017 Toyota Corolla

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2017 Toyota Corolla

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Expert Reviews

U.S. News & World Report - Cars

2017 Toyota Corolla: What You Need to Know

The Toyota Corolla has top-notch predicted reliability, advanced safety features that few other compact cars can match, good fuel economy, and a comfortable interior. With that kind of practical, everyday appeal, it’s no wonder that Toyota sells just over a million Corollas worldwide each year.
Edmunds.com

2017 Toyota Corolla REVIEW

The Toyota Corolla marked its 50th anniversary last year, a continuous production milestone that places it alongside nameplates such as the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Corvette and Porsche 911. Toyota has sold 43 million Corollas, through 11 generations, and claims it as the best-selling nameplate of all time. And yet Toyota's small sedan still gets little respect from car critics. You'll often see it described as a soulless appliance, a vanilla steel cage for transport from point A to B. The 2017 Toyota Corolla doesn't make great strides in changing that narrative, but there's still a lot to like. The Corolla's interior has a fresh and stylish edge, an easy-to-use infotainment system, and loads of rear legroom compared with most compact sedans. For 2017, the Corolla also makes a great leap with new safety features and driver aids on all models, including a rearview camera, forward collision warning, lane departure intervention and adaptive cruise control — features that aren't commonly standard even on luxury sedans. Add the Corolla's high fuel economy and great reputation for resale value, and you have all the ingredients for a car that pleases more than it disappoints. But keep in mind that if you like cars with quick reflexes and that boost your mood on an open road, the critics aren't wrong. Between its softly tuned suspension, dull steering and "just-enough" power and speed, the Corolla is a bit of a snooze behind the wheel. Other sedans including the Honda Civic and Mazda 3 are more fun to drive and similarly fuel-efficient. You can also get plenty of value from the Hyundai Elantra and Kia Forte, while the Chevrolet Cruze, Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf are also strong all-around contenders. Still, the 2017 Corolla does the most important things well. It's not a flashy pick, but it's a smart one, and it should serve you well in the years to come.
Car and Driver

2017 Toyota Corolla Automatic

2017 Toyota Corolla Automatic
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2017 Toyota Corolla

2017 Toyota Corolla
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2017 Toyota Corolla: The Next 50 Years of Beige Starts Here

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