Bluetooth FAIL no voice dialing...very limited while in motion.
By mwadeb on
2013 Toyota Corolla LE 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl 4A)
I actually can't wait to get rid of this car, and I've only had it 5000 miles.
The Bluetooth in the 2014 Corolla does NOT have voice dialing.
It really sucks.
You cannot even view your contacts while driving.
You cannot manually enter a phone number while driving.
There are only two ways to make a call while the car is in motion:
1. Calling a recent number (called out or received while in the car).
2. Speed dials, if you have placed that person in your speed dial entry in the car...which is limited in the number of entries.
Maybe it's my phone, but it only locks up after pairing with the car.
The USB Charger is handy.
One button pause/mute on radio is handy.
You'll hardly miss voice dialing on INCOMING calls on the bluetooth.
Rear cupholders are there, but the hold very little.
The mileage on this car really is not as good compared to the competition.
The interior plastic seems cheap, console scratches easily.
BLACK floormats come with a car with very light carpet, unless you pay much extra.
(they don't install them until you buy...so that you don't notice).
Keep up with the competition Toyota!...shouldn't this car have four wheel disk brakes?
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