Exterior

Wheelbase 106.30 in.
Overall Length 182.60 in.
Overall Height 57.30 in.
Curb Weight-automatic 2855 lbs

Interior

Standard Seating 5
Front Headroom 38.30 in.
Front Legroom 42.30 in.
Front Shoulder Room 54.80 in.
Front Hip Room 53.00 in.
Rear Legroom 41.40 in.
Rear Shoulder Room 54.80 in.
Rear Hip Room 43.90 in.
Cargo Volume 13.00 cu.ft.

Transmission

Transmission-short CVT
Transmission-long Continuously Variable Transmission

Suspension

Front Spring Type Coil
Front Suspension Ind
Rear Spring Type Coil
Rear Suspension Semi

Wheels

Alloy Wheels Std.
Wheelbase 106.30 in.

Tires

Tires P195/65R15
Turning Diameter 35.60 in.
Number Reviews 2
Average raiting 3
1mobeau5104
2016-10-22 01:01

My family has enjoyed the use of a 1998 Corolla that was purchased new. For the past eighteen years and more than 235,00 miles, problem free driving was ours with only routine scheduled maintenance. Two weeks ago we decided to purchase a new Corolla. We test drove the 2017 Corolla. The lack of comfort and the level of road noise in "that cabin", as compared to what we had become accustomed to in our 1998 model was no small matter. The noise especially, was so annoying that we decided to purchase a Camry after giving one a test drive that very same day. I had learned from the sales manager that a lot of owners of our generation Corolla had decided to upgrade to a new Camry instead of repeating their purchase of a new Corolla after test driving the new Corolla. The manager also mentioned that Toyota made certain design changes between the model years that probably contributed to the issues we had with the new Corolla.

Average raiting - 3
comfort: 2    interior: 3    performance: 4    reliability: 4    safety: 4    technology: 4    value: 4   
1mo5104
2016-10-22 01:00

My family has enjoyed the use of a 1998 Corolla that was purchased new. For the past eighteen years and more than 235,00 miles, problem free driving was ours with only routine scheduled maintenance. Two weeks ago we decided to purchase a new Corolla. We test drove the 2017 Corolla. The lack of comfort and the level of road noise in "that cabin", as compared to what we had become accustomed to in our 1998 model was no small matter. The noise especially, was so annoying that we decided to purchase a Camry after giving one a test drive that very same day. I had learned from the sales manager that a lot of owners of our generation Corolla had decided to upgrade to a new Camry instead of repeating their purchase of a new Corolla after test driving the new Corolla. The manager also mentioned that Toyota made certain design changes between the model years that probably contributed to the issues we had with the new Corolla.

Average raiting - 3
comfort: 2    interior: 3    performance: 4    reliability:     safety: 4    technology:     value:    

Cost

Below market Market average Above market
$15,640 $16,505 $17,370

NHTSA

Rollover Rollover rating

Dynamic Test Result - No Tip
Risk of Rollover - 11.8

IIHS

Side impact test Good
Roof Strength Test Good
Rear crash protection/head restraint Good
IIHS Small Overlap Front Test Results Marginal
IIHS Moderate Overlap Front Test Results Good