Last year Toyota introduced the all-new Corolla Hatchback, and we were impressed by its premium interior and striking design. Now, it’s the 2020 Toyota Corolla Sedan’s turn for a makeover.

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    • Uriy Orehov
      Uriy Orehov

      I HATE stuck on infotainment screens in modern cars. It is like: “Oh, we have finished building this new car but forgot to install the screen.... damn, give me so crazy glue and I will stick it right here”.

      about 8 hours ago
    • Creative Dragon
      Creative Dragon

      Toyota took the complaints of too big temperature knobs and made them smaller now people are complaing about them being too small.

      about 18 hours ago
    • iicei

      Toyota is recallin 32000 2019 Corollas with the CVT transmission because
      the transmission wears out quickly and Toyota won't replace the
      transmission after warranty even though they know about the @t
      issued an updated bulletin to inform buyers about the problem and to
      shunt responsibility for the repairs. The 2020 Corolla has a new kind of
      CVT transmission with a built in simulated first gear. Time will tell
      if this new CVT transmission will hold up.

      about 1 day ago
    • Creative Dragon
      Creative Dragon In reply to iicei

      Toyota is recalling *3200* Corolla hatchbacks it's a new car shit happens

      about 18 hours ago
    • Joseph Schatz
      Joseph Schatz

      I’d get the new Mazda 3. It looks really good and ya can get AWD.

      about 1 day ago
    • npitu04

      This isn't just a redesign of the outgoing model - its a complete revolution. They've added multilink suspension, torque vectoring (this is huge), a fantastic 6 speed manual with syncro rev matching (that's something you'd only get in high end 40k plus sports cars), a brand new engine with DI and PI, and the TNGA platform. Hands down the most significant upgrade of any model in recent years. Toyota really put all the cards on the table for this one.

      about 3 days ago
    • Nicole Costa
      Nicole Costa

      Wow! This Corolla kills the Civic! I’m very impressed.

      about 4 days ago
    • upload2014
      upload2014 In reply to Nicole Costa

      Corolla kills the civic and the CVT kills the Corolla

      about 13 hours ago
    • Naveed naveed
      Naveed naveed


      about 4 days ago
    • wx4newengland

      I love my 16 for the money it was great, Has never failed me- the only issue is that it is slow- and the engine is harsh.

      about 4 days ago
    • billy fatbowe
      billy fatbowe

      ...The Jutter comes with NO additional cost....;-)…...

      about 5 days ago
    • syazmerhaaa WDW
      syazmerhaaa WDW

      The side doesnt suit the front and the back. The old one suits it

      about 6 days ago
    • Anirudh Upadhyayula
      Anirudh Upadhyayula

      Why can’t they create a sport model of this car as they do with the civic? I’d buy it

      about 6 days ago
    • Fahad Muneeb
      Fahad Muneeb

      Looks bad and it's expensive.

      about 6 days ago
    • Paul Dolendi
      Paul Dolendi

      I like it, for what it is (basic transportation).Toyota and Ford are the only one's addressing the intake carbon buildup issue, buyer beware.

      about 6 days ago
    • Anonymous Suomynona
      Anonymous Suomynona

      When i buy these japanese cars, people laugh at me, but deep inside i’m laughing at them, because these brands are probably gonna out live them.

      about 7 days ago
    • chocolate milk
      chocolate milk

      Narrator: premium interior it was not.

      about 7 days ago
    • Shakira Bells
      Shakira Bells

      goshhhh cars now a days is getting more more expensive

      about 7 days ago
    • J Knox
      J Knox

      so expensive!

      about 8 days ago
    • pure survival
      pure survival

      Looks like a Chrysler 200...

      about 8 days ago
    • TheStyles4life
      TheStyles4life In reply to pure survival


      about 8 days ago
    • Russell C
      Russell C

      Barely March 2019, and already into the 2020 model year vehicles?

      about 9 days ago
    • S. D. H.
      S. D. H.

      I'm sure it will be a good, reliable car, but I hate those stupid shaped headlights & fish-face front design across all trims & sedan/hatchback in general.

      about 12 days ago
    • Troy Gates
      Troy Gates

      Looks better than the civic

      about 12 days ago
    • XD MOOSE
      XD MOOSE

      Wide from the outside, small from the inside. ..

      about 15 days ago
    • Mikey Speeds
      Mikey Speeds

      I have a base 2017 Kia Forte 5 auto. Out the door for $16K on sale brand new. It's every bit of a car that is and more. I also get 38mpg average country roads. I am not paying $26K for a what is supposed to be an econo commuter car.

      about 16 days ago
    • Creative Dragon
      Creative Dragon In reply to Mikey Speeds

      You pay for Toyotas safety and reliability.

      about 18 hours ago
    • Bjsimon

      I had two corolla's that were tanks, 1981 an 1996. My 1996 was one of the best cars i have ever owned, very light car, just air bags. Besides from it cornoring it drove better than my 2013 FRS. It was a really fun car to drive, what made it awesome was how light it was. It was a car with no options, no junk in it, just a purist car in every way. 52 Mpg for the hybrid is good option for saving.

      about 16 days ago
    • positively_broad_st


      about 17 days ago
    • D brandon
      D brandon

      2016- 2018 iM had the fully independent suspension already. Way better the sedan

      about 17 days ago
    • Jose Banduyang Jr
      Jose Banduyang Jr

      Toyota Corolla still the most reliable compact car in its segment.

      about 18 days ago
    • pony plushies
      pony plushies

      You said ponies

      about 20 days ago
    • Source!!!

      I'd get the used hybrid version in 10 years time for $8k.

      about 20 days ago
    • Davin Peterson
      Davin Peterson

      Still missing Android Auto and I don't know why Toyota is taking so long. I hate everything is always Apple and no love for Google.

      about 20 days ago
    • Creative Dragon
      Creative Dragon In reply to Davin Peterson

      The car was unvailed in November and is just now hitting dealerships. Toyota only signed the Android auto contract last month. You can't just expect something to happen overnight. The cars weren't originally designed for Android auto, but Toyota said they are working on it as fast as they can.

      about 18 hours ago