2017 Toyota Corolla iM is no longer being sold as new.

2017 Toyota Corolla iM

MPG

City 27 MPG Hwy 35 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.6 (out of 5)
Value 4.7
Exterior 4.8
Interior 4.6
Comfort 4.5
Performance 4.3
Reliability 4.8
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Great Little Car

by Poo-Peater from Tacoma, WA | October 23, 2019

this car is well designed and fun to drive, fortunately the sound system is a decent quality this helps drown out the road noise at high speeds. the single speed trans feels like it's holding the car back, but sport mode lets the car get up and run fairly quickly. the voice automated system seems to have a hard time understanding what your asking it to do if you have the fan running or at freeway speeds due to the road noise. but all in all good interior and exterior design.

*****
I love the car but the resale value sucks!!

by RickT from Hope Valley, Rhode Island | October 09, 2019

This Corolla iM is really a fantastic car. The only problem is it's resale value is terrible. I love this car, from the styling to the tranny, this car is quick and nimble, has really great gas mileage to boot. I have gotten 47 MPG a few times, but the handling is superb , with the right tires it is fantastic. There are two issues with it, 1st. the hood is low and is a catcher of tiny stones so there are marks on it! No dents but paint loss! 2nd. is the air filter, I changed mine to a K&N, it works great now!

*****
I always own a Toyota

by MariaAux from Zebulon, NC | November 20, 2018

This car is very convenient for me. Most of my life a Toyota and always thrust them better than the other brand. I love them.

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2017 Toyota Corolla iM Overview

With the demise of Toyota's youth-oriented Scion brand, the company's iM hatchback is now known as the Toyota Corolla iM.  It debuted last year and it's based on the European-market Toyota Auris. It seats five people and competes with the Ford Focus hatchback, Mazda3 hatchback and Hyundai Elantra GT.

New for 2017
Apart from the move to the Toyota brand and some revised badges, there are no significant changes.

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Overview courtesy of Cars.com