Standard active-safety tech helps make the Corolla a compelling choice.
The Toyota Corolla was facelifted for 2017 and received some minor tweaks in 2018, but has no major changes for 2019.
The affordable sedan uses a 1.8-liter engine that makes either 132 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque as standard or 140 horsepower and 126 pound-feet in the optional Eco model.
Standard safety tech includes pre-collision braking, lane-keep assist and adaptive cruise control.
Both 6.1- and 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment systems are offered, though neither offers Android Auto or Apple CarPlay functionality.
Fuel economy is rated as high as 30 miles per gallon city and 40 mpg highway with the LE Eco trim level.
Toyota says it has sold more than 44 million Corolla nameplate vehicles globally since 1966.
Other high-trim options include a moonroof, 17-inch wheels, heated seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
The Corolla's trunk doesn't offer as much space as rivals, at just 13 cubic feet of storage.
Reasonably priced, the Corolla lists from $19,620 to $23,800 with destination.
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