Vehicle Overview

2017 Toyota Corolla Overview

     Average Used Car Price $13,102 | 1-3 years old

Expert Rating

Good

Rating calculated using our own algorithm that uses both expert and user ratings across the web

Price Range MSRP

Prices reflect all trims and body styles
  • $18,500L
  • $22,680XSE
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Sales Rank

In 2023
#5
Out of 275 models

Passenger/Cargo Capacity

5
3
PassengersCarry on bags*

• Cargo capacity is measured behind the last row of each vehicle.

• Sedans and coupes measured based on trunk space.

• Pickup truck cargo space is measured in the bed only.

• "NA" indicates no measurements are available.

Brand Reliability Rank

In 2024
#8
Out of 30 brands
3 Best Tech Features (standard or optional)
  • 7.0-inch Entune infotainment touchscreen
  • Premium audio package and app suite
  • Toyota Safety Sense driver-assistance package
Competitors
Volkswagen Jetta, Subaru Impreza, Nissan Sentra, Mitsubishi Lancer, Mazda MAZDA3, Kia Forte, Honda Civic, Ford Focus, Dodge Dart, Chevrolet Cruze
Beats The Competition
Rear seat space and seating sizes.
Predicted reliability and cost of ownership.
Ease-of-use and all-in-one standard safety.
Our Take
Reliable and inexpensive, the Corolla continues to live its life as a miniature Camry, which is perfectly fine for many Americans.
If you want the most powerful Corolla you are going to need to opt for the LE ECO model, which gives you 140 horsepower instead of 132.
The engine/transmission combos in the Corolla are a major flaw, for they are neither potent nor very efficient.
Awards Won
  • 2016 Kelley Blue Book 5-Year Cost to Own Award

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