Eric's Autos: 2018 Toyota Corolla
Technically, the Toyota Corolla is an entry-level compact sedan -- a notch down in size and price from the midsized, mid-priced Toyota Camry sedan.
But when it comes to passenger space, the Corolla has almost the same interior space and more back-seat space, 41.4 inches instead of 38 inches.
You also get adaptive cruise control, a 6.1-inch LCD touch screen with Siri Eyes Free voice control, a tilt and telescoping steering wheel, a six-speaker stereo, LED headlights with automatic high-beam control, automated emergency braking, steering assist and pedestrian detection.
That's all standard -- and all for a lot less than the cost of a Camry.
Toyota doesn't put that in Corolla's press kit. But it might be something you'd like to know.
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The Corolla is a small sedan that isn't small in the back seat.
The price is $18,550 for the base L trim with six-speed manual transmission. There are LE, fuel-sippy LE Eco, luxury-trimmed XLE and sporty SE trims.
And there is also a five-door hatchback version, the Corolla iM. Base price for the manual-equipped version is $18,850, and with the continuously variable automatic transmission it's $19,590.