If you’re looking for information on a newer Toyota Corolla, we’ve published an updated review: 2019 Toyota Corolla Review
Believe it or not, the Toyota Corolla has been around over 50 years now. Here are some stats on the 2018 Toyota Corolla and why it could be around another 5-plus decades.
Inside, there’s either the 6.1-in or 7-in touchscreen up front. The Corolla has a standard rearview camera and standard Siri Eyes Free, which iPhone users should certainly appreciate.
In addition to the standard Star Safety that has traction control and so on, you also get the innovative Toyota Safety Sense-P standard. This feature is equipped with a lot, like adaptive cruise control, and even a pre-collision system that can detect pedestrians. See the 2018 Toyota Corolla models for sale near you
Two of the six trim levels start under $19,000. Now combine that sticker with the amount of standard features you get and Toyota’s proven reliability, and that makes for an exceptional purchase.
1.8 Eco Engine
The LE Eco trim level provides a great engine option because it has 140 horsepower, which is 8 more horsepower than the regular Corolla engine. In addition, it returns 40 miles per gallon on the highway and has an available ECO mode button to enhance efficiency even further.
You definitely get a visual sporty feel inside with paddle shifters and the cabin itself, but it doesn’t quite match the performance of the engine. It cornered okay, but unless you go for the LE Eco Corolla, you only get 132 horses. That’s a bit on the lower side in this class.
It’s safe to say you can never count out the Toyota Corolla. It has a sharp style, it’s affordable and it’s extremely reliable. If you’re shopping for a car in this segment, the 2018 Toyota Corolla is definitely worth checking out.