2013 Toyota Corolla Reviews& Test Drives – Green Car Reports

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2013 Toyota Corolla Review

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The 2013 Corolla appeals to car buyers for the reason that chain have proliferated across the landscape: While they no culinary new ground, they patrons a safe and utterly dining experience. Some of us may a “think global, eat local” in our travels, but the vast majority of prefer their meals to be

And the latest version of the aging four-door sedan is absolutely Year upon year, after model, the Corolla has served up equal parts of and value, a recipe that consumers on a limited budget tire of. That’s the case for model as well; while new offerings like the Chevrolet Ford Focus and Hyundai offer a tasty alternative, the soldiers on, delivering respectable numbers for Toyota month month.

Under the hood is a 1.8-liter that delivers an EPA-estimated 30 mpg (27 mpg city, 34 mpg highway) with the five-speed manual transmission, or 29 mpg (26 mpg city, 34 mpg highway) with the four-speed automatic. Those great numbers, and the engine’s 132 can make highway acceleration especially when equipped the automatic gearbox. Look for to modernize the drivetrain when a new debuts next year.

Inside, however, the Corolla up plenty of room for average-sized and delivers its controls in a simple and manner. Cabin design a bit dated, and some of the material give away the car’s pricing, but the Corolla does a job of keeping road and wind to a minimum. What it lacks in flair or power output, it up for with its legendary reliability. Why do continue to buy the Corolla in astonishing

Because of the past experiences by friends and relatives.

Outside, the Corolla gets a new grill, but it do much to liven up the current looks. It’s hardly to be sure, just invisible. few buyers will choose the over other compact on the basis of exterior styling

An S model attempts to inject a appearance into the mix, but its body cladding looks out of place on a car that’s more affordability than driving

On the road, the 2013 Corolla up a comfortable (if soft) ride and handling, but those with a for spending time behind the will likely be disappointed by the light and vague electric steering. Commuters seeking low costs will find to complain about (except, the overly soft seats), but looking for a compact to deliver on twisty roads will to look elsewhere.

Those faults aside, the Toyota Corolla is a safe too. It’s earned a Safety Pick” rating the Insurance Institute for Highway and the NHTSA awards it four overall and five for side-impact

Standard equipment is reasonable the base (L) level, and LE models get a touch-screen audio system Bluetooth connectivity, Bluetooth calling, USB connectivity, cruise heated outside mirrors, wipers and steering wheel controls. Opt for the Corolla S model, and get the aforementioned body cladding, seat accents, fog lamps, wheels and a sport-themed instrument

For more details, see the full of the 2013 Toyota Corolla on our site, TheCarConnection.

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