For years, there have been better compact sedans than the Toyota Corolla, and that's truer now than ever before in the car's long history. Fortunately, the 2013 Toyota Corolla's replacement will soon come and put this sub-mediocre car to rest.
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I last reviewed the Corolla in 2010 (see the ) and deemed it minimally sophisticated and unstylish, to coin a word. The model was particularly galling because it had been redesigned in 2009. I don't typically evoke my earlier predictions (possibly because my record is spotty), but I also said in 2010 that 'the Corolla is sure to stay near the top of the sales charts, but that's more about what the car has been historically than what it is now.'
Nailed it this time. The Corolla has remained one of the best-selling compacts in the U.S.
And beyond, despite being below average in several ways. Download For Free Windows 7 Ultimate Eternity Edition 2011 here. Has anything changed in the past few years? Along with its market standing, the Corolla itself hasn't changed much. For 2013, there's a restyled grille, a standard touch-screen audio system on LE and S trim levels, and chrome accents on the LE's belt line and grille.
(See the model years compared.) Meanwhile, the rest of the class has bounded ahead. Redesigned since then are the Hyundai Elantra, Kia Forte and Nissan Sentra. The Corolla's archrival, the Honda Civic, has been redesigned twice (see the 2013 ). Dodge has returned to the market in this segment for the first time since 2005 with the Dart.
(See key competitors.) Fortunately for shoppers, Toyota has redesigned the Corolla for 2014 (see the early ) and will put it on sale by the end of 2013. Sometimes a car is redesigned when it's still quite good; that was the case for the previous-generation Civic and Mazda3.
The 2013 Corolla is the opposite. Today's below-average cars aren't as uncompetitive as they used to be: They tend to do the job without being exceptionally chintzy — or unreliable. Quite the contrary, the Corolla's enduring achievement remains its top-rated reliability. Among compact sedans, only the Subaru Impreza matches it.
But there are differences, both quantified and aesthetic, between standout and straggler models in this car class. If you haven't shopped compact cars in five to 10 years, you could run out directly and buy a 2013 Corolla and be reasonably content with it. But doing so would be even more foolish than it was three years ago. The 2013 Corolla's theme is 'good enough.' The Inside With 92 cubic feet of cabin volume, the Corolla is more snug than the Civic and Chevrolet Cruze — both with 95 cubic feet — and the Elantra, which has 96 cubic feet.