2014 Toyota Corolla: Photo Gallery

2014-corolla
Toyota's 11th-generation Corolla is the brand's most adventurous iteration of the compact sedan. Redesigned for 2014 with a look that's more modern and borrows heavily from others in Toyota's lineup, the new Corolla is longer outside and roomier inside. More upscale interior materials mean there's less velour upholstery and hard plastic than the previous generation.

Check out the gallery below.

2014 Toyota Corolla

2014 Toyota Corolla

2014 Toyota Corolla

2014 Toyota Corolla

2014 Toyota Corolla

2014 Toyota Corolla

2014 Toyota Corolla

2014 Toyota Corolla

2014 Toyota Corolla

2014 Toyota Corolla

2014 Toyota Corolla

2014 Toyota Corolla

2014 Toyota Corolla

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Comments 

arni

I see too many elements from other cars, Mazda, Kia, Honda, even the new Dodge!...not very original, will give this a pass

Matt C.

That grill screams Jetta copy! I prefer the last generation, at least it had a look all to itself, no matter how bland it might be.

AladdinSane

Millions of these will be sold, no doubt, but I'm not impressed with this new Corolla (speaking for myself). I find it ordinary, or should I say boring. zzzzzzzzz
Peace...
AladdinSane

AladdinSane

Matt C.: I agree with you.
So true what you posted here!
Peace...
AladdinSane

Tony

Before saying "Jetta copy" put two pictures side by side. Jetta wasn't even parked near that Corolla

hellomoto

It's still a Corolla.

Sandra

People will buy this new Corolla because of the quality, reliability and value it represents and because more than 40 million Corollas have been sold worldwide.

No one else has such a long and distinguished track record. People buy Toyota because they know that Toyota will treat them right. Always has. Always will.

Tony

" People buy Toyota because they know that Toyota will treat them right" - what that supposed to mean?

Toyota doesn't treat people. They sell cars... to dealers.

Many elements from other cars Mazda, Hyundai, Kia, Honda

Derrick G

Having seen the Euro-spec car, I have to say it looks much...well, more like a Toyota. They should have gone with that front end instead of this.

Bill

Wow, still sticking with the rear beam suspension they snuck under the Corolla buyer since 2003. Guess making over $1b profit per quarter by cutting corners on suspension design (even their $44k + Siennas ride on a econo-car rear beam suspension) and cheap hard plastics for decades doesn't afford Toyota to engineer an independent rear suspension like a Mazda 3, Civic, etc.

Tony

"still sticking"???????
Jetta just moved to that setup from independent

Bill

Yes, over a decade of giving their buyers inferior equipment.

Toyota has the IRS for the Corolla platform mate Matrix XRS and the AWD Matrix, so obviously its to shortchange their buyers.

I'm not impressed by the LED headlights etc. Dressing it up with features here and there is still like putting lipstick on a pig.

Hyundai did the same thing with their Elantra. Install a rear beam suspension but give their customers heated rear seat option when most people don't have rear seat passengers. Still a great selling point since it works.

The Jetta GLI has the IRS still, but yes VW is doing the same thing to their customers.

Tony

Bill,
with young Americans and generally, the whole American population being dumbed down, this is not even an issue. I am sure that most drivers in 10 years will not know the difference between compression and depression. Problem is, these very people are being elected to Capitol Hill and if one day they will say that cars have to drive themselves - I wouldn't be surprised.
In this context, who cares if Toyota, Honda or Hyundai will do this first

J

Bill,

I think my 04 Matrix XRS has torsion beam at the rear too...

Bill

J,

2nd Generation Matrix XRS and AWD models have the independent rear suspension.

owais khan

very nice car i like this car

Sohaib Ch

Very nice Car,I like this car.

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