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Spy Shots

It's the hatchback's mild-mannered sibling

We've already seen the Toyota Corolla hatchback and you'll be able to read about what it's like to drive April 30, but we still have yet to hear much about the sedan. That's a bit surprising, since the Corolla is Toyota's compact bread and butter, making up nearly 94 percent of the Corolla's almost 330,000 sales in 2017. We may not have much longer to wait, though, since the Corolla prototype in the spy shots above look pretty close to production. Notably, the heavy black plastic of the last pro

Featured

Democratization of tech: Same – or better – amenities as luxury cars

One of the great things about technology is – with the exception of Apple products – consumers get more for their money every year. For example, the first 1GB USB drive I bought in 2005 cost me $30. Today you can get 10 for that price, delivered to your door thanks to Amazon. The same goes for car tech.

Comparo

We look at how the Jetta stacks up to the competition

As the brand's best-selling car, the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta needs to be good to maintain its sales, if not grow them. We just drove it, and found the latest Jetta to be stylish, frugal, and decently priced, if not exciting. But we also wanted to see how it compares on paper to other cars in the segment. So we've assembled the specifications from the four best-selling compacts on the market in order of their sales starting with the best-selling Honda Civic, followed by the Toyota Corolla, Nissan S

Buying Guide

Autoblog answers all your questions about the 2018 Toyota Corolla

Autoblog answers all your questions about the 2018 Toyota Corolla

New York

Who knew a Corolla could be so interesting?

Historically, the Toyota Corolla hasn't been associated with words like "interesting," "exciting" or anything resembling enthusiasm, with the obvious exception of the earlier rear-drive models. But the 2019 Corolla Hatchback seems different. It looks aggressive. It's going to be available with a manual. And since Toyota says that being fun-to-drive is the top reason for buying a small hatchback, here's hoping it will indeed be fun. But besides these tidbits, there are other interesting facets to

New York

If it's not hot, it could be warm, anyway — and it gets a manual

When Toyota showed its new Auris hatchback at the Geneva Motor Show, we expected there to be an announcement about the car's eventual availability on the U.S. market under some other name. Earlier Aurises have been sold as Scion iMs and Corolla iMs. Now, at the New York International Auto Show, Toyota is introducing the car as a sporty Corolla Hatchback.

Geneva

Future Corolla hatchbacks will have several hybrid options

If there's a new Corolla iM, this is it.

Featured

A sporty rear-wheel-drive Corolla, discarded in California.

No rust, low miles, but still crusher-bound in Oakland, California.

ETC

One of the last of the rear-wheel-drive econo-Corollas.

The sturdy TE72 Corolla sedan featured a pushrod hemi engine, rear-wheel-drive, and three-box styling.

Recalls

Ad campaign reminds owners of the Takata airbag inflator recall.

Toyota runs an ad campaign called 'In about an hour' to remind owners about the Takata airbag inflator recall.

It's switching plans for the plant from the Corolla to the Tacoma.

Official

The two automakers now own a stake in one another.

The two automakers now each own a stake in the other.

These were the most stolen cars in the US in 2016.

Video

Why are our riskiest cars in the hands of our most-at-risk drivers, Australia's and New Zealand's safety organization wants to know.

It was only 778 miles from a quarter-million when it came to this place.

Before Subaru obliterated the competition, the Corolla All-Trac was a big seller in the Mountain Time Zone.

Good news: comes Honda VTEC engine. Bad news: engine is dropped on the roof.

The successor to the AE86 and AE82 FX16 Corolla GT-Ss, now worn out and battered in a San Francisco Bay Area self-service wrecking yard.

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