The Toyota Corolla has been around since 1966, earning a reputation for reliability and restraint for the price-savvy driver, but it’s never really been something you’d choose for a good time. Come the 2021 Corolla Hatchback, though, and the addition of a manual option and a whole new architecture aims to change that, though without straying too far from the hallmarks of Corollas-past.
You’d be forgiven for having to Google what the old Corolla looked like in order to compare it to this latest version.
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