I had enough issues with my 2009 Corolla to trade in for a new 2013 Corolla.
So far I really enjoy driving this vehicle and cannot wait for a road trip.
Compared to the 2009 version the 2013 Corolla drives like a luxury vehicle.
The pep seems to match the 2009 vehicle which is not spectacular but adequate and I love some of the standard items that added to help Toyota keep up with the American car makers.
I love the bluetooth, touchscreen radio and radio controls on the steering wheel.
I wish that the whole bottom of the trunk didn't have to lift out to access the spare tire and that the seats were more comfortable but they feel the same as my previous 2009 Corolla only I seem to sit higher in the 2013 Corolla.
I hate that I now have to "turn on" the headlights.
My 1995 and 2009 Corolla the lights were automatic or it was based on the setting.
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