Toyota corolla le or Chrysler 200?

Asked by Mar 24, 2015 at 05:24 PM about the 2014 Toyota Corolla LE

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I am very high on Corollas, but, and it's a very big but, the quality and features in the Corollas since the 9th Generation has gone downhill. They have added so many FRED'S--Frustrating Ridiculous Electronic Devices, navigation, lane assist, brake assist and eliminated useful features to keep costs within reach retail, and the CVT transmission, I personally would not have one post-2008. Now I'm not a fan of Chrysler products either, but for no other reason than preference. The Corolla is smaller, much less power, but FAR more economical. So if you want a bigger more powerful car go with the 200. If you are concerned with economy, and re-sale value, and don't mind a smaller car the Corolla is still a good car in spite of what I just said.

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