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In Pictures: Click here to see the redesigned 2014 Toyota Corolla

Canadians have bought more than 1.3 million Corollas since 1967

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The 2014 Corolla’s wheelbase is 100 mm (3.93 inches) longer than the 2013 model.

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The Corolla first appeared in Japan in 1966. 47 years later, it is in 154 countries and built in 16 locations, including Cambridge, ON.

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The car’s redesign includes more pronounced wheel arches, a “faster” roofline and a more athletic stance.

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Front seats are larger and easier to position

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“The rear passenger floor was made flatter by re-routing exhaust pipes beneath the vehicle to offer better middle position foot room,” claims Toyota

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All trims are front-wheel-drive and have a 1.8-litre four-cylinder engine – but the LE Eco model gets an uprated version, with a new variable intake valve system and eight additional horsepower.

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