2018 Toyota Corolla

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Updated on: June 3, 2021

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The age-old compact offering from Toyota- the Toyota Corolla is light on your pocket, extremely reliable, and has a spacious interior as well. The Toyota Corolla is one of the best-selling vehicles over more than 40 years now. The car first came out in 1966, and was very well received from the market. Fast forwarding straight to 2018, the Corolla is now in its 12th generation of production and is still one of the most selling cars from Toyota in the American market. The Corolla has always impressed the crowd with its interior spacing and the performance, but for the year 2018, the poor driving performance of the car has been a big letdown.

2018 Toyota Corolla sedan

The Corolla was once upon a time a leader of the compact car segment. The 2018 Toyota Corolla builds upon the last generation with a better styled exterior, excellent interior with comfortable seats and good handling. However, rivals against the Corolla now offer a better standard equipped interior, more performance and also high fuel economy values. The Corolla lacks in all three parameters. The Corolla covers the basics well, but the major downsides give the rivals a upper hand. 


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Pros

Standard active safety features

User-friendly infotainment system

Great gas mileage

Spacious interior

Great reliability rating

Cons

Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are unavailable

Brakes aren't very trustworthy

Uninspiring engine

What's New?

Two new colors in the palette

Leather-wrapped steering wheel


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Features

vehicle bio

base price

$18600

bodystyle

4dr Sedan

passenger capacity

5

top speed

190 mph

drivetrain

front wheel drive

engine type

displacement

110 cu.in.

horsepower

132 hp @ 6000 rpm

torque

128 lb.-ft. @ 4400 rpm

transmission

continuously variable-speed automatic

chassis

suspension front

Independent front strut suspension w/anti-roll bar

dimensions

wheelbase

106.3 in.

length

183.1 in.

width

69.9 in.

height

57.3 in.

curb weight

2840 lbs.

ground clearance

6.7 in.

capacity

passenger volume

97.5 cu ft.

cargo volume

13 cu ft.

towing capacity

5100 lbs.

performance

zero to 60 mph

12 sec.

zero to 100 mph

29.7 sec.

rolling start 5-60 mph

9.9

standing 1/4-mile

17.5 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

28/32/36 mpg

highway range

481.4 mi.

warranty

basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

powertrain warranty

5 yr./ 60,000 mi.

corrosion warranty

5 yr./ unlimited mi.

roadside assistance

Yes


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Trims

L $18,600 onwards

132 hp @ 6000 rpm | 1.8 L | Inline 4 | Regular unleaded

  • 15" Styled Steel Wheels
  • 1st Row LCD monitor
  • AM/FM Stereo, Seek-Scan Radio
  • Cloth Seat Trim
  • Firmer suspension tuning
  • Manual Front Air Conditioning

LE $19,035 onwards

132 hp @ 6000 rpm | 1.8 L | Inline 4 | Regular unleaded

  • 16" Steel Wheels
  • All door remote Keyless Entry
  • Automatic Front Air Conditioning
  • Heated Mirrors
  • Premium Cloth Seat Trim

LE Eco $19,435 onwards

140 hp @ 6100 rpm | 1.8 L | Inline 4 | Regular unleaded

  • 2 - 1st Row LCD Monitor
  • SiriusXM AM/FM/HD/Satellite, Seek-Scan Radio
  • Sliding & Tilting Glass Sunroof

SE $20,545 onwards

132 hp @ 6000 rpm | 1.8 L | Inline 4 | Regular unleaded

  • 17" Machined w/Painted Accents Aluminum Wheels
  • SofTex Cloth/Leatherette Seat Trim

XLE $22,035 onwards

132 hp @ 6000 rpm | 1.8 L | Inline 4 | Regular unleaded

  • SofTex Leatherette Seat Trim

XSE $22,780 onwards

132 hp @ 6000 rpm | 1.8 L | Inline 4 | Regular unleaded

  • 17" X 7" Silver Painted Aluminum Wheels
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Colors and Styles

2018 Toyota Corolla in Barcelona Red Metallic color 2018 Toyota Corolla in Black Sand Pearl color 2018 Toyota Corolla in Falcon Gray Metallic color 2018 Toyota Corolla in Slate Metallic color 2018 Toyota Corolla in Super White color
Barcelona Red Metallic

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Ratings

Pricing And Features

6.6

Engine And Performance

6.4

Fuel Economy

8.4

Interior

6.2

Exterior

5.4

Safety

8.6

Competition

7.0

6.9

OVERALL RATING

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

6.9

Overall Rating


The 2018 model year Toyota Corolla is priced at a marginal $18,600, which is charming for budget buyers. The Corolla comes with the same 1.8L Inline-4 engine from last year mated with a CVT transmission generating underpowered results. The engine performance has been a disappointment, something very unusual from Toyota cars. However, things get a little different if you opt for the new LE Eco mode which is backed with a little more power and fuel efficiency. In this review of the 2018 model year Toyota Corolla, we delve deeper into the pros and cons of the compact sedan and help you decide whether you should buy one or not. 

The new 2018 Toyota Corolla is powered by a 1.8-liter I-4 engine with 132 horsepower. The engine is paired to either a six-speed MT or a functional CVT. The Corolla Eco makes 140 horsepower, but it only comes with the CVT gearbox.The Toyota Corolla offers immense value while being pocket-friendly. Not many options are available but somehow you'll get access to some basic features- like a 6.1-inch touchscreen, adaptive cruise control, and also automated emergency braking. Even though its fuel economy is par excellence, it doesn't compare well with other compact cars, which include the likes of the Honda CivicMazda 3, and the Chevrolet Cruze.

2018 Toyota Corolla sedan front view
2018 Toyota Corolla sedan rear view

6.6/10
Pricing and Features

6.4/10
Engine and Performance

8.4/10
Fuel Economy

6.2/10
Interior

5.4/10
Exterior

8.6/10
Safety

7.0/10
Competition


2018 Toyota Corolla Pricing and Features

6.6/10

Toyota has always introduced the Corolla as an affordable compact car, and the pattern continues with the 2018 model year a well. The Corolla comes in 6 trims, with the base L model set at $18,600 crawling up to the top XLE model priced at $22,035. There are no major alterations in the powertrain. Moreover, as you gaze through different trims you will find the list of features keeps on expanding with ascending models. The standard features on all triims include Bluetooth, touchscreen, LED lights, LED DRLs, adaptive cruise control, tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel and other features. Its a long list.

Model L LE LE Eco SE XSE XLE
Price $18,600 $19,035 $19,435 $20,545 $22,780 $22,035
Key Features 15-inch steel wheels 16-inch steel wheels 15-inch steel wheels 17-inch alloy wheels 17-inch alloy wheels 16-inch alloy wheels
  LED headlights, LED daytime running lights Variable intermittent wipers Maximum fuel efficiency LED daytime running lights Eight-way power-adjustable seats Led taillights, bumper-mounted LED daytime running lights
  A driver information display-k Metallic cabin accents Rear spoiler Steering wheel with paddle shifters(for CVT models) Paddle shifters An app-based GPS navigation system
  6.1-inch touch-screen infotainment system 7-inch touch-infotainment system with navigation 7-inch touch infotainment system with navigation 7-inch touch infotainment with sat radio and navigation 7-inch touch infotainment system with navigation 7-inch touch infotainment system with navigation
  Automated emergency braking Automatic climate control Enhanced aerodynamics Upgraded infotainment system Keyless entry and ignition Heated front seats

We Recommend

Out of all 6 trims, we would recommend the LE Eco model for the people who seek value for their money. You will get a considerable number of features with an enhanced engine of 8 more horsepowers. On the other hand, you can boost your experience by throwing in 1000 bucks more and upgrading to the SE model (the only model which comes in a 6-speed manual transmission), which is teemed with more features.

2018 Toyota Corolla Engine and Performance

6.4/10

All Corolla models are backed by the same 1.8L inline-4 engine which might satisfy your daily driving needs but surely lacks the required punch that can excite your driving pleasure. The engine is mated to a CVT gearbox but can be upgraded to a more enjoyable 6-speed manual transmission offered in the SE trim. A the standard engine offered on all the Corollas except on the LE ECO trim churns out a power of 132 hp and 126 lb-ft of torque. The engine on the LE Eco trim, on the other hand, generates an additional 8 extra horsepower over the standard engine because of its special valve timing system.

Corolla's 1.8L I-4 engine

The engine feels fairly refined while driving in the city but can get a little harsh and noisy on higher RPMs. Power feels adequate for highway cruising, and the Toyota Corolla comfortably manages to pull and overtake other slow vehicles on most occasions. The CVT gearbox is intuitive and doesn't make you feel like dwelling on high RPMs. While the CVT doesn't feel anything close to sporty, it helps in comfortable and hassle-free city driving, especially in slow-moving traffic conditions. 

Model

2018 Toyota Corolla

2018 Mazda 3

2018 Honda Civic

2018 Chevrolet Cruze

MSRP 18,600 18,095 18,840 17,850

Engine

1.8L inline-four

2.0L inline-four

2.0L inline-four

1.4 L turbo-charged

Transmission

CVT

6-speed automatic

CVT

6-speed automatic

Power

132-hp

155-hp

158-hp

153 hp

Torque

126-128 lb-ft

150 to 185 lb-ft

138 to 295 lb-ft

177-240 lb-ft

0-60 mph (secs)

9.5

8.0

8.2

7.6

Quarter-mile (secs)

17.4

16.2

16.3

15.9

The 2018 Toyota Corolla climbs from 0 to 60 in a lethargic 9.5 seconds. Additionally, the Corolla also manages to complete a quarter-mile run in 17.4 seconds, clearly establishing itself as unathletic. The 2018 Toyota Corolla's handling tells a different story altogether. At slow speed, the car's steering is light and enjoyable but the feeling of connection to the road is fairly limited. The higher trims of SE and XSE come with 17-inch wheels, which enhance the steering capability. At a medium pace, the Corolla delivers an on-center feel and ground feedback. The 2018 Cruze on the other hand cruises along well to the 0-60 mph mark, in a time of 7.6 seconds, the fastest between the four. The 2018 Mazda 3 manages a 0-60 mph time of 8.0 seconds and the 2018 Honda Civic accelerates from 0-60 mph in 8.2 seconds.

2018 Toyota Corolla Fuel Economy

8.4/10

Folks at Toyota have chosen the same powertrain from the 2017 Corolla, hence similar fuel efficiency statistics will be repeating for the 2018 model year. The Toyota Corolla has a city mileage of 28 MPG and highway mileage of 35 MPG. If these numbers aren't that compelling, you can always go for the LE Eco model. It eases back on the accelerator output and reduces power for air conditioning, which is expected to deliver 30 MPG for the city and 40 MPG of highway mileage.

Model

2018 Toyota Corolla

2018 Mazda 3

2018 Honda Civic

2018 Chevrolet Cruze

City(mpg)

28

28

31

29

Highway(mpg)

34

38

40

40

Combined (mpg) 30 31 34 33
Fuel Capacity (gallons) 13.2 13.2 12.4 13.7

The Corolla's fuel efficinecy figures are impressive, but fall short when compared with the competition. The Honda Civic offers the highest combined mileage of 34 mpg among the four. The Honda Civic and the Cruze both have excellent highway efficiency figures of 40 mpg. The Mazda does not fall behind, and it also has impressive fuel efficiency figures of 28 mpg city/ 38 mpg highway mileage. The Corolla is the last in these four, which shows the problem with the new Corolla.

2018 Toyota Corolla Interior

6.2/10

 There's nothing too fancy about the Toyota Corolla's cabin. It is pretty neatly done and there is a lot ease of usage on the inside. All the switches and control feel well within the reach of the driver, and the vehicle settings feel intuitive and easy to control. There is good visibility of the surroundings from the car thanks to the huge windows and non-obstructive pillars. The wide doors on the Corolla make getting in and out a piece of cake for anyone and everyone.

Front dashboard and infotainment unit

The design of the cabin feels rather tacky, but we can't complain given the price tag. The Entune infotainment system makes a reappearance in this year's Corolla. Its simplicity is a decent factor but the average responsive time meddles with the overall performance. The much-needed Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are still missing from the 2018 Corolla. Corolla comes installed with a standard 6.1-inch touchscreen display with voice command and Bluetooth connectivity, a 7.0-inch system with Sirius XM satellite and a navigation app for smartphone use, a USB port, moonroof, automatic climate control.

Model

2018 Toyota Corolla

2018 Mazda 3

2018 Honda Civic

2018 Chevrolet Cruze

Headroom

38.3(front)

37.11(rear)

38.6(front)

37.6(rear)

39.3(front)

37.4(rear)

38.9(front)

36.1(rear)

Legroom

42.3(front)

41.4(rear)

42.2(front)

35.8(rear)

42.3(front)

37.4(rear)

42.0(front)

36.1(rear)

Shoulder room

54.8(front)

54.8(second)

57.2(front)

54.4(second)

56.9(front)

52.6(second)

54.90(front)

53.20 (second)

Cargo Volume

13 cu ft

12 cu ft

15 cu ft

15 cu ft

The 2018 Toyota Corolla can comfortably seat up to 5 passengers. People sitting in a Corolla will definitely appreciate its spaciousness. The front space has always been nice, the back-seat legroom resembles that of a Toyota Camry. However, you will find the interior a little dull but again you get what you paid for. The Corolla scored big for comfort with its sports seating in the SE trim. They are supportive, breathable, and prove their worth on long journeys. Comparatively, the overall interior spacing on the rivals pale when put next to the Corolla's. The Honda Civic's interior does offer more headroom, the Mazda 3's interior offers more shoulder room whereas the Cruze's interior's is very balanced. The 2018 Toyota Corolla comes with 13 cubic feet of broad cargo space, which can manage enough room for 10 shopping bags. The large trunk opening makes loading and unloading an easy task as well. The split-folding rear seats can add room for your larger items but are recalcitrant when one actually uses them. Some of the interior features on the Toyota Corolla are:

  • Driver information display
  • Automatic climate control
  • Height-adjustable driver's seat
  • Leather-wrappedsteering wheel
  • Paddle shifters
  • SofTex upholstery
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2018 Toyota Corolla Sedan interior image
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2018 Toyota Corolla Exterior

5.4/10

From the exterior looks, the 2018 Toyota Corolla looks simple. THe car's exterior design language will not stand out in the parking lot, on the road, or even in your garage. The design is quirky and unusual. After having a closer look at the Corolla's exterior, there might be expectations higher from its performance dynamics; which are pathetically slower than ever. While the styling is inconsistent with the car's performance, the design itself isn't too bad at all.

2018 Toyota Corolla isometric view

The Corolla's oddly shaped headlights and the weirdly sloping design that collapses onto the nose of the sedan is very intriguing. The gaping front grille commands a lot of attention but doesn't necessarily look pretty. The proportions are decent, and the side-profile is a classic "slow-car"- small glasshouse, large body, tiny wheels. The rear is as quirky as the front, with moody tail lamps, sharp folds, and a whimsical face. 

Cars

2018 Toyota Corolla

2018 Mazda 3

2018 Honda Civic

2018 Chevrolet Cruze

Length

183.1

180.3

182.3

183.7

Height 57.3

57.3

55.7

57.4

Width 69.9 70.7

70.8

70.5

Ground Clearance 6.7 in 6.71 in 5.9 in

6.70 in

Wheelbase(in) 106.3 in 106.3 in 106.3 in 106.3 in

The Toyota Corolla doesn’t fall short of the dimensions in any regard. With the humble dimensions and ample ground clearance, you can drive around in this car with peace of mind.  The Chevrolet Cruze measures a tad longer than the Corolla, while also boasting the greatest height. The Honda Civic stands as the widest sedan in the lot but comes with the least ground clearance. The Mazda 3 is the shortest of the four cars but has a slightly more ground clearance. All the four sedans in the lot offer 106.3 inches of wheelbase.

Some of the exterior features in the 2018 Corolla are:

  • LED headlamps
  • Bi-LED headlamps in LE Eco trim
  • Multi-LED projectors with LED accent lights in SE, XLE, XSE trims
  • Sunroof
  • Rear spoiler
  • LED DRL's
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2018 Toyota Corolla Sedan exterior image
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2018 Toyota Corolla Sedan exterior image
2018 Toyota Corolla Sedan exterior image
2018 Toyota Corolla Sedan exterior image
2018 Toyota Corolla Sedan exterior image
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2018 Toyota Corolla Safety

8.6/10

Safety is one of the strong suits for the new 2018 Toyota Corolla. In 2017, the car received a 5-star rating from the NHTSA, and the 2018 model of the Corolla also receives a 5-star rating as well. The IIHS also rated the 2018 Toyota Corolla with the highest rating of 'Good' in most of the parameters, but rated the LATCH child seat anchors and the headlamps 'Acceptable'. Even then, the car was the Top Safety Pick for the year 2018. The Toyota Safety Sense driver assistance comes standard in the new Corolla which is packed with safety features yet to be displayed by other cars in the market, but they missed the pervasive blind spot feature. Standard features on the Toyota Corolla include airbags, stability control, traction control, a rearview camera, lane departure warning with steering assist, automatic high beams and the forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection. Other safety features are:

Some of the safety features in the 2018 Toyota Corolla are:

  • Pre-Collision System (PCS)
  • Lane Departure Alert (LDA)
  • Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC)
  • Automatic High Beams (AHB)
  • Brake Assist
  • Electronic Stability Control

2018 Toyota Corolla Competition

7.0/10

2018 Honda Civic vs 2018 Toyota Corolla 

The new Honda Civic is a top performer in this class. Civic's 4-cylinder turbocharged engine seems more powerful. Corolla might be a fuel-efficient car but the Civic beat it with its combined 42 mpg and superior performance. While the Corolla delivers an enhanced legroom space the Civic uses that extra space to expand its boot.

2018 Honda Civic

The new Corolla falls short in the infotainment category as well, with the absence of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which comes as optional in Honda Civic. To sum up, Honda Civic is a better car in a similar price range.

2018 Mazda 3 vs 2018 Toyota Corolla 

There are many cars in a similar class but only a few deliver a performance like Mazda 3. Backed with enough power and an adorned interior the car is not just a performer but entertaining on all fronts as well. Where Corolla's infotainment is functional so is Mazda’s infotainment system but in a simpler manner.

2018 Mazda 3

Both cars share more or less a similar base price but comparing the top trims, Mazda's top model costs less than Corolla's. Still, if you want to recommend someone, go for the new Mazda 3 over Toyota Corolla.

2018 Chevrolet Cruze 3 vs 2018 Toyota Corolla

The Chevrolet Cruze is a great handler, and comes very close to being a sporty sedan in terms of the handling and the ride quality. The Corolla on the other hand is not at all sporty, and the closest you can even get to the word 'sporty' is through the cosmetic upgrades on the SE trim of the Corolla.

2018 Chevrolet Cruze

Where the Cruze misses out on is the seat comfort, and the Toyota is a leader in that dimension. Both the cars are similarly priced for the base trims, but the Toyota Corolla's top trim is less expensive then that of the Chevrolet Cruze's. All in all, the Corolla might just make a better choice between the two.

2018 Toyota Corolla Final Verdict

The 2018 Toyota Corolla is a family sedan that delivers great value for your precious bucks. From a driver's perspective, the 2018 model year is dull and lacks the fun factor rendered by the competition. But the major selling point for this car would be the reliability, bargained price, and predictable driving experience. Safety alone is a major feature for Corolla being a desired compact sedan. A normal family guy would buy this car for safety but will miss the required power, and thrill offered by the competition.

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2018 Toyota Corolla Consumer Reviews and Ratings

7.8

based on 185 ratings


7.8/10 Features
7.7/10 Interiors
7.8/10 Design
7.9/10 Safety
8.3/10 Reliability
8.1/10 Deal Value

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2018 Toyota Corolla Overall Reviews


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Susanne

2018 Toyota Corolla

LE 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl CVT)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: June 3, 2021

The best Toyota car ever!

Pros - Color, roomy and good looking interior, comfortable

Cons - None

Corolla for the win I know this may sound weird but trust me Corolla is a good-looking vehicle. The pictures don’t do justice to its design. Both the interior and exterior are really well done. I've even gotten quite a few stares and people have enquired about what car it is; every time I tell them this is a Corolla, people always seem surprised. Plus, it is pretty comfortable too. I’m 6.2” and I have no problems getting in and out of the car. And coming to daily driving, I have been driving it for more than 2 years now and I have to say, it has been an amazing experience. I get an amazing gas mileage (29mpg) and it has been consistently good. I had to wait five hours before they even started the process. After the process started everything was quick and smooth. So, if you are willing to wait do give them a visit otherwise stay clear of DCH Brunswick Toyota

8/10
Features
9/10
Interior
8/10
Design
9/10
Safety
9/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
3/10
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Jerry

2018 Toyota Corolla

SE 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl CVT)

8

User Overall Rating

Posted On: May 6, 2021

Souped up Corolla.

Pros - Premium looks, good list of standard equipment, easy to use infotainment

Cons - Lack luster performance, whiny CVT gearbox

Old charmer in new clothing. I was actually stunned by how good the new Corolla looks compared to the one that I own from 2012. It looks more like a lexus. The insides do feel posher and the gloss black inserts does lend it a premium touch. The infotainment screen is very easy to use and the size of the screen is relatively large. As always, the space and comfort on offer is top notch for the class. It glides over most the stuff. Not all is good with this car; as like very commuter, the Corolla's engine does lack the spirit. You have to rev the nuts out of that engine to get a proper gain in pace. The guys at Henrico delayed my car by a couple of days stating transportation difficulties, which we were made aware of on the pre scheduled delivery date.

8/10
Features
8/10
Interior
9/10
Design
8/10
Safety
9/10
Reliability
7/10
Deal Value
7/10
Dealer Review

NS

Nathan R. Schultz

2018 Toyota Corolla

XLE 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl CVT)

8

User Overall Rating

Posted On: May 4, 2021

XLE 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl CVT)

Pros - Fuel mileage, Cargo space, outward visibility, decent acceleration

Cons - Ground clearance is low

Daily commuter One thing you should keep in mind when buying a Corolla is- it doesn’t have fancy features like expensive cars but it is comfortable, reliable, safe, and most importantly cheap. And as far as the features are concerned I had no need for them as I hardly use any. And as for the looks, I find Corolla to be decent. No pressure or forcing a deal kinda staff.

8/10
Features
8/10
Interior
7/10
Design
8/10
Safety
8/10
Reliability
7/10
Deal Value
10/10
Dealer Review

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The best Toyota car ever!

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