I bet you don't think much of the 2014 Toyota Corolla, do you? You probably just think it's the kind of crappy rental car you get at the airport when you're too cheap to upgrade. Well, you're dead wrong — the new Corolla is poised to rule us all, because it's a Supercorolla!
Despite improvements to its safety structures over the old model, the 2014 Corolla only scored a 'marginal' on the IIHS' new front overlap crash test. And I can't stop watching its failure.
There's a brand-new Toyota Corolla coming out soon, and... well, you know, it isn't terrible looking. But the rest of it is completely lackluster, as Raphael recently discovered. We tried hard to come up with the perfect way to say that in a headline.
"This feels like my wife's eight year old car! Like her ten year old car!" The journalist driving with me (who would probably rather not be named) has had a few Corollas in his garage, and the new 2014 model is surprising him with its familiarity.
The all-new 2014 Toyota Corolla is by no means all-new. It's an updated version of a car that's already eight years old, with Stone Age suspension design, low-power and relatively low-MPG engines, obsolete drum brakes, and a transmission familiar to any car buyer of the 1980s. That's bad.
The 2014 Toyota Corolla is here, and it's your turn to tell us (and Toyota) if the new look works or not.
It's the first stanced 2014 Corolla! For real, I swear I didn't just make this in photoshop.
The Corolla is the usually best-selling car nameplate on the planet, and Toyota is trying to keep it that way by giving the 11th generation a more expressive body, better materials on the inside, and improved fuel economy. Will they succeed?
Look! Another teaser shot for the 2014 Toyota Corolla! So, um... yeah.