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I checked out the 2014 Corolla today as I had some time to kill. Found a bright blue Sport Plus with 6MT on the show floor, $22k sticker, no options (except there was another sticker on the windshield mentioning "accessories" and an over-$23k asking price. I hope it's not the 80s-90s again with those dealer-inflated stickers!!). I didn't ask to drive one because I didn't want to waste anyone's time; I ... Read More
I bought a leftover 2013 Corolla S (added options Southeast window tint, and floor mats, automatic transmission) at the end of September at Nalley Toyota in Roswell, GA. I was out the door with the paperwork fees and the dealer fee of $599 for 17,800 out the door (the way the paperwork was written, the car was discounted $3,600, but of course the dealer fee offsets some of that. I got ... Read More
Neighbors friend came over just now with a 2014 green LE so I had to go out and look it over. Very impressive little vehicle and the print ads don't give it full justice. It is a nicely proportioned vehicle and very Camryesque, very nice and the interior and dash look very good, a lot better looking than the current generation. if the cvt tranny is as good as Honda's, I ... Read More
Here is what I discovered this week buying our 2014 LE.... Went in thinking we wanted the L...spent about 7 hours at two dealerships, an hour or two talking to two other dealerships...got the following deal worked out... Toyota Corolla L discounted sales price: $16,172 Trade in: (started at $600 for 1999 Sienna LE with 224k miles...moved it up to $2600...that was a gift perhaps to offset their $699 doc fee ... Read More
Hello, I am looking at 2014 Corolla LE. The OTD price I received now is $19,558 (MSRP 19,400). Do you think it's a good deal? Any suggestion will be appreciated.
Do Toyota Incentives only apply to new cars on the lot? Or also to cars ordered from the factory? We like the 2014 Corolla LE but do NOT need to purchase right away. Just wondering if we would be able to order the color and options we want and still take advantage of a Toyota rebate if there is an offer later this year or perhaps next year? Also I assume ... Read More
Backy, you are correct! On a side note. I stopped in at Enterprise Rent-A-Car today, and there were already 2 2014 Corolla's there. My local Toyota dealer only has one, a black S model. Looks like Toyota is trying to get a jump on sales figures by selling to fleet off the rip...
Motor Trend: The car remains more of an improvement for those who will only drive a Toyota than a real Civic- or Forte-challenger, even with those neat LED headlights and a well-tuned CVT. Toyota has been selling Corollas in the U.S. since the late 1960s, and there's a reason the car has survived that long while others have faltered. Pass right by the Toyota dealership if you want a modern compact ... Read More
It's on Toyota's website under "Future Vehicles" This would make it the most fuel-efficient gas-powered compact car in America. So it will have the same 140 HP as the Civic HF, but with 1 MPG better city and hwy.
2013 Corolla L's are sold at dealers in my area today. Why do you think Toyota will limit the 2014 L's to fleet buyers when they don't do that now? This is a big mistake for Toyota in several respects. One is that if they do sell a lot of L's to fleets, people will drive these cars with the antiquated 4-speed automatics and they won't compare well to the more ... Read More
Paddle shifters on the 4-speed automatic? I'd prefer 6 speeds w/o paddle shifters. Not much use for those paddle shifters with only 4 speeds. LED headlights are neat, yes. Pushbutton start I can do without, just something else to break and expensive to fix... and only a 3-year warranty on it! I prefer to keep my hands on the wheel vs. having them touching a screen while I drive. Also an ... Read More
Well, anything would be an improvement! Some good stuff in the redesign like sharper steering, more back seat room, a 6-speed manual, and better styling inside and out. But... a 4-speed automatic as the base slushbox?!? Are they kidding, when competitors like the Cruze, Elantra, Forte, Jetta, and Mazda3 offer 6-speed automatics as the base slushbox? Also no improvement in the engine for most trims, still a paltry 132 hp/128 ft-lbs. ... Read More
Redesigned 2014 Corolla coming out in September.
Thanks… I did show a mechanic (friend) checked whole system, nothing wrong. He said might be some thing out of position inside the engine, also mentioned about this pulley. Contacted regional office, they recommended to check with another dealer. Toyota dealer quoted 10,600 (2009 with 23K miles). I like the car, quiet, smooth and 35mpg highway. I will wait for 2014 corolla or buy 2013 Accord. For Honda, Material quality is ... Read More
I drive almost all city driving and get 25 mpg. consistantly with all three of my Corollas ("92", "09" and "01" ). When I do drive highway for a trip or something like that, I usually can get 35 mpg. or better.
I'm user of used car Toyota Corolla, any feedback on mileage when you bought it?
Purchased my 2009 Corolla XLE with a Five year warranty from Toyota (warranty should be good until April 2014) My air-conditioning was working perfectly for the first three years and recently during June only works intermittently (inability to produce cold air) it blows but not as good as before. Called Toyota and I was advised it would cost $280.00 to service. Booked it in for the service then Toyota asked if ... Read More
Not much "all-new", right?
No brother...pure USA flavor here... ;) All good, though... And I do appreciate the replies, definitely... Peace!<=AladdinSane<= -
Keep in mind, as it seems you are overseas, I was referring to the timeframe for a U.S. launch. The U.S. is usually the last market to receive new Toyota designs, for a variety of reasons. Toyota vehicles can launch up to one year earlier in foreign markets, so be on the lookout! BD
Howdy friend... Thanx for the reply. I appreciate it. No matter what the naysayers may say I still dig the Corolla "S" and the machine's general simplicity. I have more to comment on concerning the Corolla, but I don't wish to bore you. Anyway, thanx again mate. Peace<=AladdinSane-<-
Expect to see it late 2013-early 2014 If the current model's sales tank, then expect an earlier release. Since the current car has held fast against the many new models on the market, I'd expect it around 2 years from today. ;) BD
I like what I see for the Corolla in this pic. Any idea when this new version will be sold? 2014? That sounds a forever away, especially since I'LL be in the market for new wheels soon. I could wait for it, but it still sounds as if this new version is far off. :( Whatcha think? Peace!<=AladdinSane<- -
I know I'm impressed! And it makes sense when you pair it back to back with the current car. It does carry over design elements, it just does so more aggressively: http://www.newcarsfor2013.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/2013-Toyota-Corolla.jpg- - BD
Similar to the 2011 Corolla being produced much later than usual (Dec. 2010) it is expected that the 2012 Corolla will begin production in November 2011. I know it is quite early and the 2011s were recently released, but I am wondering what Toyota has in store for the 2012 Corolla and when the 11th generation will officially debut. There are rumors on sites as late as 2014. Will the current ... Read More
At times Toyota moves glacially and it does things in baby steps...unless like the Prius or the Camry hybrid or the 5.7L Tundra it sees an opportunity to leap into another segment in order to make additional sales. Issues seem to get addressed incrementally in order of importance. Regarding the Corolla the issues were implementing the new 1ZR 1.8L engine, addressing the seating / steeringwheel issue, making a quieter environment, adding ... Read More
"The new Corolla models feature a new 1.8-liter 2ZR-FE engine and Super CVT-i (Super Continuously Variable Transmission-intelligent) transmission developed as the main powertrain for compact and medium-class vehicles.... Both the 1.8-liter and 1.5-liter engines are combined with a newly developed Super CVT-i transmission for smooth cruising and linear acceleration without shift shock, as well as for a quiet ride and improved fuel efficiency." The way I'm reading this, the CVT will ... Read More
Jaxs1, this ia a link with pics and information on Corolla 2008: 2008 Corolla
I would love it if the corolla got a sport model look like the camry SE! Give it a 5AT, bose audio, lip spoiler, flint mica, and a sunroof from the tC!!! I'm IN LOVE!! But chances are nill... Doesn't the current corolla in LE trim offer leather seats? I've seen quite a few of them but they were locked and couldn't test them. Also Vinyl seats are actually pretty cheap ... Read More
I hate when people post stuff like that as fact without showing the source of where the copied the info.
I do believe that it describes the JDM version so it's not sure we will see all of the features ( the NA market still wants this to be a cheapo-econobox ) but there's hope that at least the top trim level will have most of the features. Your observation is good. A lot of the JDM features, in fact most all, will not be available in the U.S. This, by ... Read More
This is probably the most detailed and definitive description of what the new Corolla will be. I do believe that it describes the JDM version so it's not sure we will see all of the features ( the NA market still wants this to be a cheapo-econobox ) but there's hope that at least the top trim level will have most of the features. The 1.8L 2ZR-FE has been noted elsewhere ... Read More
The new 2008 Corolla sedan, now called Corolla Axio, and the new wagon, Corolla Fielder, are the tenth generation. The American versions are expected to look more like the American Camry up front, with the protruding Camry nose, with a current-generation rear clip. Toyota focused on enhancing basic performance and deepening the sense of quality, by responding to customer needs. Some specific examples are the rearview monitor that is standard on ... Read More
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