28/36  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
9.5  Sec.
0-60 MPH
13  cu ft
Cargo Space

Toyota Corolla: A Pinnacle of Reliability

The Toyota Corolla may be turning 51, but it certainly doesn't look its age. The sedan has continuously adapted with the times, and today remains one of the best compact cars for sale, accommodating modern needs with its efficient performance and progressive driver-assist technologies.

The top-selling model is applauded for its low price, great mpg ratings and abundance of standard safety technologies in KBB.com's 2018 Toyota Corolla review, and other publications agree that it excels in these areas. Plus, you can't forget about its signature Toyota reliability.

Toyota Corolla Trim Levels & Standard Features

Seven well-equipped models are offered in the Corolla lineup, including: L, LE, LE Eco, XLE, SE, XSE and iM. All are offered in sedan body styles except the iM hatchback. If you're shopping for a new 2018 Toyota Corolla in Palm Beach County, you'll be impressed with the multitude of standard features that you can get even at the base level. From Bluetooth and Entune audio to a rearview camera and iPod connectivity, there are several popular and useful electronics onboard.

Just above the base model is the highest selling trim in the group, the LE, which may win you over with its additional appointments and creature comforts, such as automatic climate control with dust and pollen filter, remote keyless entry and upgraded seat upholstery. Another well-liked model, and one that's a particularly good choice if you want a sporty look and feel is the Corolla XSE, which gains paddle shifts, a Sport driving mode, 17-inch machined wheels with black accents and a gloss-black mesh grille.

How Many Miles Per Gallon Does the Corolla Get?

Test drive a 2018 Toyota Corolla in Deerfield Beach to experience excellent fuel economy. All models are equipped with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine, which is paired with a continuously variable transmission or six-speed manual on select models. The four-cylinder creates 132 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque, except on LE Eco models which get 140 horsepower and 126 torque. Ratings for the Corolla iM are similar at 137 hp and 126 lb-ft of torque with the same four-cylinder.

EPA fuel economy ratings for the lineup are (with CVT unless indicated otherwise):

• Corolla L, LE & XLE - 28 city/36 highway/32 combined mpg

• Corolla SE (manual) - 27 city/35 highway/30 combined mpg

• Corolla XSE - 28 city/35 highway/31 combined mpg

• Corolla LE Eco - 30 city/40 highway/34 combined mpg

• Corolla iM - 28 city/36 highway/31 combined mpg

Standard Safety Tech on the Corolla

Safety first is the Corolla's philosophy and it lives up to this every day by offering a plethora of standard security technologies. The Corolla sedan is equipped with Toyota Safety Sense-P, while the Corolla iM hatchback comes outfitted with Toyota Safety Sense-C. Both packages include Automatic High Beams, Pre-Collision Warning and Lane Departure Alert. TSS-P also includes Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, which automatically adjusts speed and following distance to vehicles ahead.

For more information about standard convenience, performance and safety features, stop by after you finish up with our 2018 Toyota Corolla review! Scroll down to see more photos and access third-party comparisons.

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