2014 Toyota Corolla Quick Review by Edmunds

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Although its underpinnings remained pretty much the same, our good ol’ Toyota Corolla changed dramatically.
The most obvious change is its exterior, which has completely left behind its dullness from the previous version. Now, the Corolla steps out from the anonymity with a redesigned bolder shape, influenced by the new Keen Look and Under Priority style, with sleeker headlights and a big trapezoidal lower grille.

Changes can also be felt inside, where you can find soft-touch materials and rethought shapes. The dashboard now uses more horizontal lines, easy to read dials and big buttons, all placed conveniently for the driver. And if the pleasant shapes wont get you, the Corolla now comes with more tech, like the new Entune system, park assist, rear camera, cruise control, automatic wipers and headlights as well as steering wheel shortcuts.

Edmunds recently tested the 2014 Toyota Corolla and found some issues with it. They say it might feel a bit confining due to the tall dashboard, while the seats might seem a bit unsupportive after two hours of driving. However, the rear space is more than enough for its class, while the trunk can receive a big amount of luggage aided by its wide opening lid.

The new Corolla also does good with the fuel economy, registering combined fuel consumptions of 35 mpg for the LE Eco model, 32 for the LE and 31 for the standard manual or 4-speed auto.

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