2013 Toyota Corolla Luxury

$5,500.00

2013 Toyota Corolla

Mileage  131,423
Ext. Color   Exterior Color Super White
Int. Color Interior Color Ash Cloth
Transmission Automatic
Drivetrain
Front Wheel Drive

MPG
26/34 City/Hwy MPGBased On Model Year EPA Mileage Ratings For A Standardly Equipped Corolla. Use For Comparison Purposes Only.

Your Mileage Will Vary Depending On How You Drive And Maintain Your Vehicle, Driving Conditions, Battery-Pack Age/Condition And Other Factors.
29 Combined MPG

Horsepower  132 hp

Max Towing Capacity  1,500 lbs
Seats  5

VIN
5YFBU4EEXDP122725

 

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Description

2013 Toyota Corolla

Mileage   131,423

LIKES

Ext. Color  Exterior Color Super White

Int. Color  Interior Color Ash Cloth

Transmission  Automatic

Drivetrain  Front Wheel Drive.
29 Combined MPG

Horsepower  132 hp
Max Towing Capacity  1,500 lbs
Seats  5
VIN  5YFBU4EEXDP122725
Comfortable ride
Roomy interior

Good safety ratings

The 2013 Toyota Corolla fits the transportation needs of those who want a comfortable, safe,

and very low-cost vehicle that will be long-term dependable; those who crave any driving excitement should look elsewhere.

Simple and proven, the Toyota Corolla sticks to what it knows best: ease of use, reliability, and affordability.

The Corolla has been left behind the rest of the market in terms of technology, refinement, and driving involvement, but a new model coming for 2014 hopes to change that.
The current toyota corolla, however, is one of the blandest-looking, most innocuous compact sedans on the market. A revised grille design for the 2013 model year tried, but failed, to change that.

The 2013 toyota corolla se isn’t ugly, or off-putting, but it’s also certainly not attractive–especially when parked next to its competitive set.

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The cabin is the same: simple and useful, but devoid of character or style.

People who choose to drive out of necessity and practicality are going to find everything they need from the Corolla’s performance, but those who like to drive may find the experience too appliance-like.

The toyota corolla se remains one of the better picks in this class for the safety-minded. Safety equipment is typical within the class, with front side airbags, side-curtain airbags, and active front head restraints all standard.

And S doesn’t offer performance that’s much sportier, it gets stitched seat accents on sport seats, fog lamps, alloy wheels, a spoiler, additional body cladding, and a sport gauge cluster.

Styling

The Toyota Corolla is one of the blandest, most ubiquitous small-car picks–although its junior-Camry look may appeal to some.

The Toyota Corolla is, from a styling standpoint, one of the blandest, most innocuous compact-sedan designs. And even with last-minute substitution of a new grille design for 2013 (the Corolla is going to be all-new next year), there’s very little visual excitement outside or in.

Even though the Corolla’s design is conservative to the bone, it remains quite attractive and well-proportioned, with a clear family resemblance to the larger Camry.

It’s smooth and reasonably handsome, but it lacks the modern panache, in the way of body creases and flowing sheetmetal, that’s quickly become the norm for smaller cars especially.

The Corolla bucks adventurous designs, cockpit-style layouts, and zoomy styling inside, too.

Instead, the more shelf-like instrument panel feels like a slightly scaled-down version of the Camry’s, with two-tone schemed flowing around into the door trim, and a center stack of audio and climate controls.

It’s not exciting, but it’s straightforward and functional–and certainly no fashion victim.

2013 Toyota Corolla

Performance

The 2013 Corolla is appliance-like and unexciting behind the wheel, although it’s competent in every way.
The 2013 Toyota Corolla is a car that’s built for efficiency, practicality, and necessity, and it drives that way.

Comfort & Quality

Cut-rate interior trims and engine noise detract from what’s otherwise a very spacious, comfortable, and functional cabin.
The 2013 Corolla has a cabin that’s stark and basic, yet comfortable and well-designed.

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