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2017 Toyota Corolla

Corolla Reviews & Information

 

 

Test Ride with Casey: 2017 Toyota Corolla

 

Corolla Review

After taking the 2017 Corolla SE out for a test drive there were several features that stuck out to me. The first feature of the vehicle that stood out to me was the design of the car. I really enjoyed the body of the car and how it shined compared to the other cars in traffic. Another aspect of the car I enjoyed was the acceleration of the car. This made getting on the Beltine Hwy and up to the speed limit a breeze.

 

The interior how it looked and felt while I was driving it. The seats were very comfortable making me feel well supported while driving. The stereo system was also a big plus for me. It was very easy to change stations and the radio sounded as if I were listening to a high quality speaker system. I also really liked how the car took turns so smoothly. There was never a point where I felt like the car was getting wide, but felt tight when I was turning. Last but not least I really liked how the car just felt light. It didn’t feel heavy when turning or just overall driving, it just made feel as if I was driving a very high quality car that made me feel comfortable.

 

The sporty Corolla SE is a great car, I strongly recommend it to anybody looking for a fun to drive, high quality sedan.

 

The Honda Civic is Corolla's primary competitor. Go here to see information on Civic vs. Corolla.

 

  • Features
  • Specs
  • Warranty

Features

Features

  • Safety
  • Technology
  • Exterior
  • Mechanical
  • Interior
  • Comfort

Safety

Safety

Rearview monitor in dash
Impact absorbing seats dual front
Pre-collision warning system audible warning
Pre-collision warning system visual warning
Lane keeping assist
Child safety door locks
Child seat anchors LATCH system
Energy absorbing steering column
Safety brake pedal system
Body side reinforcements side impact door beams
Emergency interior trunk release
Camera system rearview
Lane deviation sensors
Crumple zones front
Crumple zones rear

Airbags

Front airbags passenger seat cushion
Airbag deactivation occupant sensing passenger
Side airbags front
Knee airbags driver
Front airbags dual
Side curtain airbags front
Side-curtain airbag rollover sensor
Side curtain airbags rear

Security

Anti-theft system engine immobilizer
2-stage unlocking doors
Power door locks auto-locking

Mirrors

Side mirror adjustments power
Side mirror adjustments manual folding
Side mirrors heated

Technology

Exterior

Mechanical

Interior

Comfort

Specs

Warranty

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Awards

Award
5-Year Cost to Own: Best Compact Car (2017 Model)
- Kelley Blue Book

Award
Best Affordable Small Cars (2017 Model)
- US News

Award
Best Mid-Size Cars (2017 Model)
- Automotive Science Group

Award
Best Resale Value: Brand (2017 Model)
- Kelley Blue Book

Award
Best Value in America: Passenger Car Brand (2017 Model)
- Vincentric

Award
Initial Quality Study (IQS): Top Models (2017 Model)
- J.D. Power and Associates

Award
Top Safety Pick+ - Small Cars (2017 Model)
- Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

Green Score

EPA Green Score ( Federal Tier 3 Bin 125 ?
EPA and California-required standards. The names refer to tables of numerical limits for the various air pollutants allowed by the standards.
)

Fuel Type Gasoline
Air Pollution Score ?
The Air Pollution Score is based on the government emission standards for which the vehicle was certified to comply with and reflects vehicle tailpipe emissions that contribute to local and regional air pollution, creating problems such as haze, and health issues.
6
1
6
10
Greenhouse Gas Score ?
This score reflects fuel emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases.
7
1
7
10
Smartway ?
SmartWay is a designation earned by those vehicles that have combined Air Pollution and Greenhouse Gas Scores that place them in the top tier (approximately the top 20%) of environmental performers. SmartWay Elite is reserved for the best of the best.
Yes

EPA Green Score ( LEV-II ULEV ?
EPA and California-required standards. The names refer to tables of numerical limits for the various air pollutants allowed by the standards.
)

Fuel Type Gasoline
Air Pollution Score ?
The Air Pollution Score is based on the government emission standards for which the vehicle was certified to comply with and reflects vehicle tailpipe emissions that contribute to local and regional air pollution, creating problems such as haze, and health issues.
6
1
6
10
Greenhouse Gas Score ?
This score reflects fuel emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases.
7
1
7
10
Smartway ?
SmartWay is a designation earned by those vehicles that have combined Air Pollution and Greenhouse Gas Scores that place them in the top tier (approximately the top 20%) of environmental performers. SmartWay Elite is reserved for the best of the best.
Yes

Crash-Test Ratings

2017 Toyota Corolla 4 DR FWD

Overall
Front Crash Overall
Front Crash Driver
Front Crash Passenger
Side Crash Overall
Side Barrier Overall
N/A
Side Barrier Driver
Side Barrier Passenger
Side Pole Driver
Side Combined Front
N/A
Side Combined Rear
Rollover