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I agree, the integrated rear seat headrests look horrendous on non-premium models. Premium models come with Softex seats and have adjustable rear headrests. With the integrated rear headrests, it reminds me of a roller coaster seat! I think aftermarket leather would look awful. Little cost cutting measures are very noticeable with the new Corolla. No more auto on/off headlights, no hood insulator, cheap trunk and gas door release handles with stickers that peel over time. I have been a huge Corolla fan and continue to hold interest in them, however I have seen the quality deteriorate over the last and present generations. Over time, cars should improve as prices rise. It is sad to see Toyota cutting corners but at least overall reliability is still up to par.Report it
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