With a low price tag and history of solid reliability, it’s easy to see why the Toyota Corolla has become one of the world’s best-selling vehicles over the last 50-plus years. The 2018 Toyota Corolla builds upon the success of its ancestors with expressive styling, a surprisingly roomy cabin, plenty of advanced safety features and comfortable, supportive seats. But while the Corolla covers the basics well enough, a few deficiencies make its rivals better picks overall.
The Corolla’s cabin is fairly plain and does little to make you think you’ve bought anything more than a basic small car. Its underpowered engine and so-so handling mean it isn’t much fun to drive, either. Factor in a small trunk and poor smartphone integration and you have a car that is difficult to recommend in a class stacked with more desirable choices.
Review from Edmunds.com