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$15,900
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The 2011 Toyota Corolla has a decent set of features in LE and S trims, while die-hard misers will be happy to hear that there's still a model with wind-up windows.
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The ventilation controls, though simple to understand and use, have a cheap feel as well.
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the base Corolla features such good stuff as a telescoping steering wheel, air conditioning, and an exterior-temp gauge
Car and Driver

The placement of the auxiliary audio jack could be better, though, as it requires draping a cord clumsily across the shifter.
Edmunds

The optional navigation system looks good and refreshes quickly.
CNET


The 2011 Toyota Corolla comes well equipped, even in base form. Air conditioning, a tilt/telescoping steering wheel, and a CD player are standard, in addition to a new trip computer. Optional features include a navigation system and XM Satellite Radio—rare features in this segment. However, if you choose a base model, you're going basic in a way you might not suspect; there are no power windows, locks, or even mirrors available; you have to step up to the higher trims for that.

The LE model includes quite a list of additional features, such as cruise control, steering-wheel audion controls, power heated mirrors, keyless entry and, yes, those power windows and locks. The top-of-the-line sporty S model adds larger 16-inch alloy wheels plus a long list of appearance extras, like a black housing for the headlamps, a chrome exhaust tip, fog lamps, sport seats, and badging and trim. The package does add some punch to the Corolla's look.

Major options on the Corolla are limited to a moonroof, an upgraded sound system with Bluetooth, and a Premium package that brings the S wheels, the moonroof, and Bluetooth/sound upgrades to the LE.

Conclusion

The 2011 Toyota Corolla has a decent set of features in LE and S trims, while die-hard misers will be happy to hear that there's still a model with wind-up windows.

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