Come sink into the Corolla's plush cloth seats and enjoy the ride. When it comes to ride comfort, the Corolla is at the top of the class -- the largest pothole goes all but unnoticed. In the back, the Corolla is all it should be. There is enough room for a pair of adults to sit in comfort and, if you're brave enough to risk the wrath of the teen forced to sit in the middle spot, there's somewhere for the rider to put their feet because the floor is flat. Likewise, the trunk -- at 12.3 cubic feet --accommodates a families luggage with space to spare. The 60/40-split/folding rear seats add the needed versatility. With 132 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque on tap, the Corolla has adecent turn of speed. The 1.8-litre engine, which features variable valve timing on both the intake and exhaust cams, is also a slick operator. The idle is smooth and, when forced to work at the top end ofthe rev range, it remains commendably quiet. A hand-held stopwatch puts the zero-to-100-kilometres-an-hour time at 10.6 seconds, which is on par with most entry-level family cars. Where the engine really shines is its decided lack of thirst for fuel. A week-long average of 6.1 litres per 100 km takes the sting out of escalating gas prices. Call (780) 465-3535 to book a test drive today. Looking forward to seeing you at 3030 Gateway Blvd. AMVIC Licensed Dealer
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