Behind The Wheel of the New Toyota Corolla You'll Get More Value For Your Dollar

Drivers shopping for an affordable compact car should look no further than the new Toyota Corolla. Despite its compact classification, the new iteration of the popular vehicle offers a spacious interior that will make the daily commute more palatable. Thanks to comfortable seating and convenient entertainment technologies, you and passengers will be sure to enjoy the ride in the new Corolla.

The New Toyota Corolla Invites Drivers to Enjoy the Ride with Modern Styling, Superb Fuel Economy, and the Latest Technologies

Toyota's commitment to drivers and passengers is apparent in the new Corolla. This compact sedan combines exhilarating performance and dependability to help you conquer the day ahead. Built to impress, the new Corolla continues a long legacy that drivers know and trust. Fred Beans Toyota of Flemington has a new selection of Corolla models and sales professionals ready to walk you through your options today.

This four-door comes with a new design that is sure to turn heads as you make your way through town. Its angled headlights and piano-black grille with chrome highlights make this sedan a sporty option for current and previous customers alike.

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Under the hood, the new Corolla comes standard with a 132-horsepower 1.8-liter inline-four-cylinder engine paired with your choice of a six-speed manual or continuously variable automatic transmission, delivering the perfect balance of performance and fuel efficiency. Speaking on the Corolla's fuel economy, this four-door averages an EPA-estimated 36 miles per gallon on the highway. There is also an available 140-horsepower inline-four-cylinder option available as well.

This sedan comes with a variety of creature comforts for drivers and passengers. The Corolla comes with available features such as an Entune infotainment system, Bluetooth, faux-leather seating, an optional eight-way power driver's seat, and keyless entry. On the safety front, the Corolla offers the Siri Eyes Free system, navigation, a rearview camera, and an advanced airbag system.

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Toyota Corolla vs. Honda Civic

Drivers looking for an affordable sedan often shop both the Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic, but with a lower comparably equipped starting price, we think the Corolla is the better option.

  • The Honda Civic will set you back about $1500 more than a comparably equipped Corolla would; pocket your savings, or invest in a higher Corolla trim with more available features and luxurious touches.
  • The Honda Civic is surprisingly lacking in what most modern shoppers would deem basic tech features; for example, one would expect a CD player and an auxiliary input jack to be standard even on a base trim level (as is the case with the Corolla), but you'll have to be prepared to pay up for them in the Civic.
  • Voice activated controls on standard on even the most affordably of Corolla trims; the same cannot be said for the Honda Civic.

Toyota Corolla vs. Nissan Sentra

Thanks to Toyota's unparallelled reputation, the new Toyota Corolla positions itself as a better option for drivers than the Nissan Sentra.

  • The Toyota Corolla has more power on tap than the Nissan Sentra, making for a more engaging and spirited driving experience.
  • Enjoy sound all around in the Toyota Corolla with its six standard speakers--the Sentra offers only four.
  • When it comes to cargo volume in compact cars, every square inch counts. The Corolla offers 1.6 cubic feet more than its Nissan counterpart.

Toyota Corolla vs. Hyundai Elantra

Toyota's latest redesign of the Corolla LE outperforms the comparably sized Hyundai Elantra thanks to the inclusion of convenient standard technologies.

  • The Toyota Corolla is over a grant more affordable than a comparably equipped Hyundai Elantra.
  • Certain features that are standard even on the base trim of the Corolla--like Bluetooth Hands Free telephone access, voice activated controls, and steering wheel audio controls--are only "optional" on the Hyundai Elantra, meaning you will likely have to shell out some additional cash on top of the already higher MSRP.
  • The Corolla provides its owners with more total interior volume in cubic feet than that of the Hyundai Elantra.