The E170 Toyota Corolla sedan looks moderately sporty, but drives like an appliance, especially with the CVT and standard 132hp (98kW) 1.8-litre 4-cylinder.
How much safer is a new car compared to a used car from before 2000. The answer is lot, as this video from Australia shows.
The facelifted 2017 Toyota Corolla sedan for North America has given an aggressive makeover. See the differences in this side-by-side comparison.
The Toyota Corolla 50th Anniversary Special debuts the look of the facelifted North American E170 Corolla sedan, which has a new sportier nose.
In the US the E170 Toyota Corolla facelift has a new grille, more aggressive front bumper, LED driving lights, interior refinements, and red taillamps.
On top of the 2017 E170 facelift, the 8,000 US Toyota Corolla 50th Anniversary models will have 17-inch alloys, 7-inch touchscreen, and black cherry trim.
Introduced in 2013, the US market E170 Toyota Corolla has a sportier looking front and rear clip compared to international versions with less chrome.
Created by Toyota Thailand, the Corolla Altis ESport Nurburgring Edition was crafted to capitalise on its 7th place class finish at the Nurburgring 24 Hour.
To celebrate its seven place class finish at the 2015 Nurburgring 24 Hours, Toyota Thailand has come up with the Corolla ESport Nurburgring Edition.