2015 Toyota Corolla Review

February 9th, 2015 by

2015 Toyota Corolla Review

Toyota calls the new 2015 Toyota Corolla the car that was built to “elevate your drive.” Available in four trims – the L, LE, LE Eco, and the S – the new Corolla has a stylish interior and exterior and comes with a variety of available features to suit any need. Depending on trim, available features include a sport gauge cluster, paddle shifters, a backup camera, voice recognition, which allows you to access your address book verbally, steering wheel controls that put music and more right at your fingertips so your hands don’t have to leave the wheel, a Smart Key System, which gives you the capability to unlock doors and start your car with the push of a button, a moonroof, and more. And in addition to the excellent features, the new 2015 Toyota Corolla is also efficient. The Corolla LE Eco gets an EPA-estimated 30 city and 40 highway MPG, while the Corolla LE gets an EPA-estimated 29 city and 38 highway MPG (MPG vary depending on trim). If you are looking for a stylish car with a variety of options, be sure to check out the new 2015 Toyota Corolla.

Kelley Blue Book gives the new 2015 Toyota Corolla an overall rating of 7.5, with an 8.1 for value and a 7.3 for comfort and convenience. The review notes that the Corolla is the car that you can drive “long after the last payment and then hand down to your kids.” To read the entire review, visit kbb.com.

The Car Connection rates the new 2015 Toyota Corolla 7.6 overall, with a 9 out of 10 for features and safety, and an 8 out of 10 for fuel economy and comfort and quality. The review notes positive features of the new Corolla such as a spacious interior, strong value for the money and a comfortable ride. To read the full review, visit thecarconnection.com.

U.S. News & World Report rates the new 2015 Toyota Corolla 7.7 overall, with a 9.4 for safety and a 7.5 for interior. Pros of the new Corolla listed include spacious rear seats, good fuel economy, and an intuitive infotainment system. To read more, visit usnews.com.

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