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Carzone Review:

4 / 5

The Toyota Corolla is a bit of an institution here in Ireland, and unsurprisingly the latest version is conservative in terms of design, but will attract buyers seeking comfort, value, economy and of course, Toyota’s famed reliability record. Now in its 11th generation, the Corolla has been smartened with chrome detailing around its grille and includes LED daytime running lights as standard, with a range of different petrol and diesel engines to choose from with manual and automatic transmission choices. Although the Corolla has not been significantly updated in quite some time, it remains one of Carzone’s most-researched new cars and holds solide residuals as a result.

  • Economical
  • Practical and spacious
  • Residuals
  • Styling hasn't changed
  • No hybrid choice

More Details

New Toyota Corolla Range

There are three models to choose from in the Terra, Luna and Sol, while features such as cruise control and Bluetooth connectivity are standard across the range. Alloy wheels are only featured on Luna and Sol specification, and are a worthy addition to complement its styling. The 1.4 D-4D diesel continues to be one of the most popular engines with Irish buyers, though there is also petrol power in the shape of a 1.33-litre and larger 1.6-litre VVT units. Prices for the new Corolla start from €22,250, putting it in similar territory to its main rivals, the Honda Civic and Hyundai i30, both of which have been significantly improved and updated for 2017.

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