Cars like the new Toyota Corolla are getting a little more expensive, but that doesn’t mean you should ditch your old convertible.
We’ve got a guide to the best convertible options for the new Corolla, but the Sportbook still makes a great buy.
The Sportbooks’ design and handling is solid and they feel very good.
There’s no room for a ton of cargo and they’re just a tad on the heavy side, but those tradeoffs are a nice one.
The new model doesn’t come with a lot of bells and whistles like other Corolla models, but we found that the new Sportbook’s more modern interior is a nice touch.
We think the new seats and heated steering wheel make it a more practical convertible.
The Toyota Corollas new Premium model comes with a range of premium equipment, including a heated steering column and a heated driver’s seat.
The Premium model starts at $29,999 and the Premium 2 goes up to $36,999.
It comes with heated steering wheels, heated driver seats, a touchscreen infotainment system and a 12-inch touch screen LCD.
The sport seats are much better than the Corolla’s regular seats.
There are no more traditional seats on the Sportbooks, but they’re much better quality.
The seats feel very soft and supportive.
They’re also made of high-quality materials, so you don’t have to worry about the seats slipping off during long trips.
We’re not entirely sold on the Corollans leather interior, but its comfortable.
The instrument cluster looks good, too.
The only area we didn’t like was the dash.
The seat in front of the center console doesn’t fold down, which makes it hard to maneuver.
It also feels a bit heavy and uncomfortable.
We didn’t notice any changes in ride quality or handling.
There were no major problems with the car’s audio system, though we did notice a bit of a buzzing sound coming from the stereo system.
The dash also sounds a bit tinny.
The steering wheel is the only area that we didn