Auto123 test drove the manual-equipped 2021 Toyota Corolla L. Here's what you need to know.
The Toyota Corolla hasn’t needed an introduction in our market for many, many moons. The world's best-selling vehicle (no less), the Corolla has been snapped up 1.6 million times by buyers in Canada. Launched in 1966, it arrived in Canada in 1969; fifty-two years later, it's still sold here, and surviving in a generally car-hostile world. We drove the base L version with a manual transmission, which comes in at a very attractive low price for a Japanese car.
What's new for 2021?
There are a few equipment additions mostly in the hatchback models, and there's really nothing new for Corolla sedans in 2021.
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