By Matt Schmitz on November 27, 2013
With its 2014 incarnation, the Toyota Corolla pleads its case as to why it's no longer dull and drab. While Cars.com reviewer Jennifer Geiger likes much of what the redesigned compact sedan has to say, a lot of it is drown out by road noise and vibrations the Corolla can't manage to keep out of the cabin. Still, the makeover boasts an easy-to-use multimedia system, upgraded interior materials, great fuel economy and an effective new continuously variable automatic transmission. Watch the video above.
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