The Corolla has long been one of Toyota’s most popular models — indeed, one of the world’s best-sellers — and it has continued to find a place in an American market that has rapidly shifted from sedans to SUVs and crossover SUVs. To help maintain momentum, Toyota is introducing a 4-door Corolla Hatchback for 2019, but that car is all-new, completely different, and reviewed separately. But the 4-door Corolla goes into the new model-year entirely unchanged. It still has plenty to win over buyers, including an attractive design, a comfortable and reasonably roomy interior and lots of features for the money, particularly when it comes to the standard Toyota Safety Sense package including an impressive list of standard features such as pre-collision warning and adaptive cruise control. Cheap 2019 Toyota Corolla
While there’s plenty to like about the Toyota Corolla, it is not the car for folks who want aggressive driving dynamics. It offers what often is called a “boulevard ride.” For those who aren’t looking to take corners hard, however, that’s a definite plus. The Corolla offers a smooth ride that is comfortable over long drives. It doesn’t wallow, however, and the current model has much more responsive steering than earlier versions of the sedan. The base engine, a 132-horsepower 1.8-liter inline-4, has reasonable power, but the upgraded LE Eco takes that up to 140 horsepower. Acceleration is on the low end of the compact spectrum, especially compared to the likes of the latest Civic or Mazda3. Meanwhile, cabin noise is relatively low, except when you’re pushing the pedal to the floor.
|Engine||85 kW (116 HP)|
|Exterior Color||Silver Metalic|