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Great - 2016 Toyota Corolla
By Nirav Pancholy - December 27 - 9:18 pm
Nice new car
Great car for the price! - 2016 Toyota Corolla
By Mark G - December 24 - 7:57 pm
I'm very impressed with the latest generation of Toyota Corollas. The interior styling and quality has vastly improved over previous generations. The handling is very good for an economy 4Dr Sedan and the back seat legroom is fantastic. I'm 6'1" tall and I can sit comfortably in the back seats without my knees hitting the front seats. Head room is not an issue. Visibility is great, the blind spots are very minor in this car. The S Plus package I purchased comes standard with Bluetooth, voice controls, USB, Back Up camera, paddle shifters, stiffer struts, allow wheels, front fog lights, electronic mirrors + defrost, and a 50/50 cloth/vinyl interior. For the price I think you get an excellent vehicle. This Corolla is about the same size as the Camry, it's not even close to the traditional Corollas of the past. Ride comfort is superb, the seats are very comfortable for long trips. Road noise is fairly low and acceptable, but it's not of course as good as a Lexus or Cadillac. The touch screen radio is intuitive and easy to use/navigate. The climate controls are also basic and easy to use, this is a plus in my opinion. Sure you don't get lots of the latest bells and whistles with this car, such as active parking assist or lane change notifications, but that's not something I care about or want. For the price of this vehicle I'm very impressed, it's a great value. What you get with this car, in my opinion, are the essentials. You get your hands free, you get your keyless entry, you get your HD radio, you get excellent headlights (night visibility), fuel economy, safety, handling, cargo space (big trunk for a small car), and passenger space. On top of it all, you get Toyota Reliability. Parts/maintenance are very low/affordable. Choosing this vehicle was a simple choice for me. The only other vehicle I would consider at this price point is the Mazda 3. They are very close to each other in terms of price and options. But I felt that overall the Toyota offered a better value both in the short and long term.
Great First Car for 17 yr old Driver!!! - 2016 Toyota Corolla
By Yolanda C - November 7 - 6:20 pm
We purchased this car for our daughter who is a senior in high school and getting ready to go to college in the fall of 2016. She hasn't had it very long but so far so good except it's so quiet and smooth that she doesn't realize she's speeding sometimes!! Other than that we'll definitely know after she runs up and down the highway a few times.
Perfect car for daily routine and small trips - 2016 Toyota Corolla
By Anand Vardhan - September 9 - 11:46 am
This car has Awesome performace and power which only we need..you can ride at the speed of 80 or 90 miles per hour with no problem.. This car is ideal for small road trips even you can go for long trips.. For family with 2 kids this car would be small as it has limited space..
Excellent - 2016 Toyota Corolla
By Dharmendra Pant - May 9 - 7:52 am
impressions after 2k miles - 2016 Toyota Corolla
By Don Kleyer - April 12 - 6:50 pm
Pro's: Good fuel economy though very speed, acceleration and wind sensitive. Features and reliability reputation are great for the price. Seat height adjustment very useful for short/tall driver transition. Con's: LED headlights on low beam are cut off by "eyelids" which can limit how far they illuminate ahead in hilly terrain. Steering requires frequent tweaks with stiff crosswind. Entune system setup/use with iPhone not as obvious as it should be.
2016 Toyota Corolla LE Eco - 2016 Toyota Corolla
By Karl - March 31 - 4:13 am
Great price for Toyota Corolla LE Eco big two Toyota scion in Gilbert Az was very helpful high 5 for their helping me purchase a Corolla good gas mileage 30 city 40 highway I've average 34.5mpg on highway and city
TERRIFIC TOYOTA AND CUTE COROLLA ! - 2016 Toyota Corolla
By MAYHEM MARLENA - February 14 - 7:05 am
I enjoy my 2016 Corolla very much. It is a cute car and Corollas have been around for decades. My first car as a teen was my mom's old Corolla so this is sentimental. They keep their value and do well. My dog Spike likes the car, too. I saved money by not getting back up camera and cruise control so that is good. I don’t really need those. The car is great.
It does it's purpose very well - 2016 Toyota Corolla
By DJ BID - January 28 - 7:20 pm
This car does EXACTLY what it designed to do...that's to be economical. After 1000 miles.. we learned that being great on gas is all it's good for. Do' not expect great comfort in log trips.. 2.5 hours is about tops for seating comfort.. anything longer than that.. you need to upgrade to something with more bolstered seats. The driving performance is par for a 4cyl Eco-saver. But the steering is surprisingly tight, and handles the corners quite gracefully. Speed above 85mph you will notice air starting to get under the car and the feel of the car sticking to the road starts to fade. Around town driving places this car at the top of the list for sipping on fuel. But, please know you must have patience while in traffic...for this car will NOT jet you in and out of traffic because of sloth-like acceleration. And please, please avoid road rage.. because the horn sounds like a fisher-price toy horn.. so don't embarrass yourself by honking and giving off explicit excerpts. In all the wifey enjoyed it's fuel conservation.. and the daughters liked it's cute style and practicality. It's a great car for city life, and a great car for the child..IF they travel less than 1hour...
This Corolla S Really Hugs the Road... - 2016 Toyota Corolla
By Cynthia Costa - August 7 - 1:15 pm
It was a choice between the S Premium and the LE Premium but I knew I wanted a Corolla! I've been driving Corollas since 1992 and it has been my favorite model of all the Toyota cars. I also owned a Camry XLE for the last four years but didn't like how it handled in the New England winter weather; too much car with not enough traction control. If you want a more cushioned ride, go for the LE model; but if you want to feel the road and have more control of the handling, go for the S model. I chose the S Premium because I wanted to upgrade to the luxury of heated SofTex seats, moonroof and an awesome Entune Audio System with Hands-free Phone capability.