2020 Toyota Corolla first drive review: A better value in the compact sedan space

The Baader-Meinhof effect, also called the frequency illusion, says that when you focus on something, suddenly you’ll notice it all around you. It happens to car reviewers all the time: Evaluate a Jeep Wrangler and all of a sudden there’s one on every street corner. Research a minivan and you spot one in every parking lot. But with the Toyota Corolla, well, it’s not an illusion. The car really is everywhere.

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