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More Toyota Corolla photos to go along with Michael's review.
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New, more gangsta face.
It's a pretty lake, why not smile a little?
Edgy or ugly? It's a matter of personal taste.
Reflected graffiti adds color.
Semi-formal C-pillar + short deck first seen in second-gen Scion tC.
Rear quarter is the most interesting angle.
Higher belt line and smaller windows than previous Corollas. The segment norm.
Adobe brown seat option injects some much-needed warmth into the otherwise black interior.
Futuristic instrument panel inspired by that in the Avalon, Toyota's flagship. (Different car.)
Steering wheel hub looks awful. But controls are easy to reach and operate.
Blue highlight a nice touch. It's bronze with the adobe seats. Shiny plastic door panel looks cheap.
Comfortable, supportive driver seat. Photo taken in second car without adobe seats.
Large-car legroom and comfortably high cushion, but limited headroom.
Thirteen-cube trunk about even with Civic, Focus, and Mazda3. Others can hold a couple more cubes.
132-horsepower 1.8-liter engine beneath this cover.
The engine's noise bothered me more than its segment-trailing power rating.