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2010 TOYOTA COROLLA
The tenth-generation Corolla's wide, low profile is a sportier shape than previous models and improves the Corolla's aerodynamic performance. Designers crafted character lines that sweep from the hood toward the A-pillars that carry back from the top edge of the front bumper into the subtle but muscular front-fender flares.
The 2010 Toyota Corolla comes in five grades: Standard, LE, XLE, the sporty S, and the performance-driven XRS.
The Corolla's interior is sporty and distinctive with roomy-feeling comfort. In the rear, there is a spacious, comfortable, bench-style seat in which three adults sit comfortably.
The focal point of the Corolla's instrument panel is a doubled-browed bezel that contains the four essential gauges, with a tachometer on the center-left and a speedometer on the center-right. To the lower left of the tachometer is an engine-coolant temperature gauge, and to the lower right of the speedometer is the fuel-level gauge. The speedometer contains a digital odometer/trip meter and shift indicator.
The 2010 Corolla is offered with a pair of efficient engines, which can be combined with a five-speed manual transmission. The 1.8 four-cylinder engine produces 132 horsepower and 128 lb.-ft. of torque.
For those who crave just a bit more horsepower and torque, there is the 2.4-liter engine that produces 158 horsepower and 162 lb.-ft. of torque.