Five-Point Inspection: 2014 Toyota Corolla S

Five-Point Inspection: 2014 Toyota Corolla S

Shrewd Value

Base Corollas start at $16,800, which is a reasonable base price, but the Corolla S Plus came to $20,510. While it isn’t the fully loaded S Premium model, it still has plenty of features while undercutting the competition in price. Sadly, there’s no single killer feature in the Corolla S like a fancy flip-up HUD and iDrive-inspired infotainment system like in the Mazda3.

Instead it features Toyota’s EnTune infotainment system, which can use your iPhone to connect to a number of internet connected services including Yelp and Pandora Radio. At a price that doesn’t crack $21,000; the Corolla S certainly delivers the value.

Curious about buying a new Corolla? You can learn more about Toyota’s lineup of cars in AutoGuide’s new car section. Or if you prefer, navigate directly to the new Toyota Corolla S by clicking here.


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