- Confident urban cruiser
- Affordability and efficiency
- Lots of legroom at the back
- Minor interior quality issues
- Outdated infotainment
- Safety package is optional
|The Corolla clearly outsells its direct competitors, but one has to wonder – is this really the best car in its class?
When you look at the Mazda 3 sedan, or the Hyundai Elantra sedan, it becomes evident that there are sexier options out there.
However, most of us have to agree that when it comes to value for money, the Corolla Ascent Sedan is hard to beat! It might not the prettiest, the fastest and it might not have the best handling, yet this car is the favorite of many Aussies.
So, without further ado, let’s start examining the Corolla’s safety department.
Do I even need to mention that this car is bulletproof? No, I’m not referring to its engine or suspension – it’s all about safety in this section of Biddly Car Reviews.
Akin to the Corolla Hatch, the sedan version is just as safe. A top five-star rating (according to ANCAP Safety) ensures that this small sedan will protect you and your family in the best way possible.
The Corolla has always been an affordable car, and the Ascent Sedan version makes no exception. Starting at $21,240 for the six-speed manual and the reasonable $23,490 for the automatic gearbox, it seems like a bargain.
For starters, the boot is a nice surprise here. It’s 120 liters bigger than the Corolla Hatch and 25 liters bigger than the Astra Sedan’s boot, this screams practicality.
Now, this is the list of standard equipment you get with the Corolla Ascent Sedan:
Not a huge catalog of standard features, but the Corolla Ascent Sedan has a trick up its sleeve (although it costs an extra $1500) – optional safety package. It includes:
This justifies the relatively small standard equipment pack. In a nutshell, you get loads and loads of stuff for an extra 1.5 grand.
Pros and cons
And this is where we dissect (not literally) the Toyota Corolla Ascent Sedan. Introducing – the good and the bad. Starting with the pros now:
But we’re not over yet. Remember that we said we’re going to dissect this car? Well, that includes looking at its cons as well:
In order to wrap things up, it’s safe to say that the Toyota Corolla Ascent Sedan is a brilliant option for anyone looking for a practical, well-built and reliable car.
The small sedan segment is quite competitive and with beauties such as the Mazda 3, it’s becoming more difficult to make your choice.
One thing’s certain though – if you decide on the Corolla Ascent Sedan as your new car, you won’t be making a mistake.
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