Battle of the Execs
The Corolla, on the other hand, has traditional design lines that only a decreasing number of people find classy or attractive. The large number of Corollas on Indian roads means that it is rarely looked at twice. (We, in India, still get the tenth generation Corolla Altis). Where the Corolla does score over the Elantra is build quality—it feels a lot more solidly put together.
The flowing lines of the Elantra seep into its interior too. The dashboard itself is a work of art—the centre console is quite broad at the top, narrows towards the air vents and widens again as it wraps itself around the gear lever—as is the steering column, with almost all the necessary controls on the wheel. You also get a refrigerated glovebox. The quality of materials is among the best in class. The space inside is good and the cabin is a comfortable place to be
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