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2018 Toyota Corolla Problems and Top Complaints – Is Your Car A Lemon?

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There’s been one car that’s been synonymous with quality and low-cost since the beginning – the Toyota Corolla. For drivers looking to save money, this compact car has always been a hit. The newer models even feature the tagline, “Greater than Ever.” Unfortunately, they aren’t made like they once were. In fact, the 2018 Toyota Corolla has defective airbags, trouble with the forward collision avoidance, issues with the vehicle speed control and malfunctioning service brakes.

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Airbags

One of the most important safety features on any vehicle is the airbags. These essential items must be working properly to keep the driver and occupants safe during a crash. The Corolla seems to have trouble getting this vital component to work correctly.

Just read this complaint on the NHTSA website, “My daughter was involved in a rear end collision with another car that abruptly stopped to turn. She was going 30 mph and hydro-planned into the car as a result of the rainy conditions. There was minimal damage done to the vehicle that she hit but her car sustained substantial damage to the front end which caused frame damage. The front end of the car was severely damaged but none of the air bags deployed despite direct damage to colliding into the stopped vehicle.”

Out of more than 50 service bulletins, nothing is mentioned about the airbag fault, despite the claims being rampant. It’s not clear whether the automaker plans to use its drivers as crash test dummies or not, but it’s probable that this could turn into numerous lawsuits as people get injured.

Here are some actual complaints logged with the NHTSA about the 2018 Toyota Corolla Airbag Problems:

TL* THE CONTACT STATED THAT THE DRIVER OWNED A 2018 TOYOTA COROLLA. WHILE DRIVING APPROXIMATELY 35 MPH, THE DRIVER LOST CONTROL OF THE VEHICLE AND CRASHED INTO AN EMBANKMENT. THE DRIVER’S AIR BAG FAILED TO DEPLOY. THE DRIVER WAS FATALLY INJURED DUE TO INJURIES TO THE HEAD, CHEST, AND UPPER BODY. THE CONTACT STATED THAT THE DRIVER MAY NOT HAVE BEEN WEARING A SEAT BELT. THE FRONT SEAT PASSENGER SUFFERED INJURIES TO THE CHEST, RIBS, AND COLLAR BONE, WHICH REQUIRED MEDICAL ATTENTION. THE COLUMBIA POLICE DEPARTMENT WAS PRESENT AND FILED REPORT NUMBER: 218158996. THE VEHICLE WAS TOWED TO THE DRIVER’S INSURANCE COMPANY AND DEEMED DESTROYED. THE VEHICLE WAS NOT DIAGNOSED. THE MANUFACTURER WAS NOT NOTIFIED. THE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS NOT AVAILABLE. 

HIT A DEER AT APPROXIMATELY 60 MPH, FRONT END OF CAR WAS DESTROYED, WAS A TOTAL LOSS. AIR BAGS DID NOT DEPLOY AT ALL

THE DRIVER INVOLVED WITH THIS VEHICLE LOST CONTROL AND HIT A CURB AT 25 MILE PER HOUR, WELL WITHIN THE SPEED LIMIT AT 45 MPH. AFTER HITTING THE CURB, THE VEHICLE SWERVED INTO A TREE. THE FRONT END OF VEHICLE HIT THE TREE AND THE ENTIRE FRONT END OF VEHICLE WAS SEVERELY DAMAGED BEYOND REPAIR. THIS IS CONSIDERED A “TOTAL LOST.” THE VEHICLE WAS EQUIPPED WITH FRONT AND SIDE AIRBAGS, BUT SURPRISINGLY NONE WAS DEPLOYED.

Forward Collision Avoidance

Along with the airbags, Collision-Avoidance forward collision avoidance works as part of the safety system. When this malfunctions, occupants are put in the way of a lot of danger.

One NHTSA complaint talks about this problem exactly. “The contact owns a 2018 Toyota Corolla. The contact stated that the forward collision avoidance system was malfunctioning. In traffic, when the accelerator pedal was floored and the brake pedal was released, the vehicle failed to accelerate past 5 mph, which presented the risk of a potential crash.”

The only service bulletin regarding this equipment is #T-TT-0515-18. In this communication, the manufacturer instructs technicians how to adjust the forward recognition camera to the proper specs. That leads everyone to believe that these cameras aren’t adjusted properly, to begin with. This defect in combination with non-working airbags is a disaster waiting to happen. It’s unclear how this makes the company “Greater than Ever” unless they are referring to the number of injuries that will occur.

Here are some actual complaints logged with the NHTSA about the 2018 Toyota Corolla Forward Collision Avoidance Problems:

 I FEEL VERY UNCOMFORTABLE AND UNSAFE DRIVING THE CAR ON CRUISE. TOYOTA SHOULD ACKNOWLEDGE THE PROBLEM TO SAVE THE TRUST OF THE CUSTOMERS. THIS HAPPENS CONSISTENTLY. I AM TRYING TO CONTACT TOYOTA FOR THE ISSUE. I HOPE TO RECEIVE A POSITIVE RESPONSE.

Vehicle Speed Control

While discussing safety systems, it only makes sense to also touch on the vehicle speed control. This innovative technology automatically adjusts the rate the car moves at. If this starts to fail, any number of situations can occur – all leading to danger.

Just look at this NHTSA report. “The contact owned a 2018 Toyota Corolla. When the contact placed her vehicle into Park, the vehicle accelerated without warning. The contact attempted to depress the brake pedal with force, but the vehicle did not respond and crashed into the wall of a convenient store. The airbags did not deploy. There were no injuries. The cause of the failure was not determined. A police report was filed. The vehicle was towed to a collision lot where it was deemed a total loss. The manufacturer was contacted.”

Again, the company has nothing to say regarding these problems. Still, there is one service bulletin related to other safety equipment. In SB # T-TT-0537-19, Toyota talks about how the blind spot monitor (BSM) sensor angle might not be adequately angled. With this in mind, one has to wonder what safety equipment is working correctly on this compact car. Were they attempting to bring back a flashback model that reminded drivers what it was like to operate a vehicle before safety technology?

Here are some actual complaints logged with the NHTSA about the 2018 Toyota Corolla Vehicle Speed Control Problems:

THE CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEM IS DESIGNED SO THE ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION DOWN SHIFTS WHEN THE SYSTEM IS ENGAGED AND GOING DOWN HILLS. THIS PUTS MUCH MORE WEAR AND TEAR ON BOTH THE ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION. IN ADDITION TO THE DOWN SHIFT THE RPM GOES TO OVER 4000 IN AN ATTEMPT TO SLOW THE CAR. THIS IS COMPLETELY UNNECESSARY AND DRASTICALLY REDUCES GAS MILEAGE, WHICH IS EXACTLY OPPOSITE OF THE ORIGINAL INTENT OF THE CRUISE CONTROL WHICH WAS BETTER GAS MILEAGE AND PEACE OF MIND TO NOT SPEED. THE SPEED DOES GO UP 5 MILES PER HOUR WHEN THIS HAPPENS. BOTTOM LINE IS THE ENGINEERS AND THEIR BOSSES WHO APPROVED THIS SYSTEM ARE ALL IDIOTS AND SHOULD BE FIRED. YOU WOULD ASSUME YOU WOULD GET BETTER GAS MILEAGE WHEN GOING DOWN HILL WHEN THE ENGINE WOULD DISENGAGE BECAUSE YOU WOULD NEED LESS POWER AND NOT MORE TO MAINTAIN A CERTAIN SPEED. I WAS INFORMED BY THE DEALER THE CRUISE CONTROL IS DESIGNED TO OPERATE BY GEARING DOWN, I TOLD HIM NO MANUFACTURE IS THAT STUPID.HE THEN PROVED ME WRONG BY SHOWING ME THE MANUAL PROVING TOYOTA IS THAT STUPID.I WOULD HAVE NEVER PURCHASED THIS CAR HAD I KNOWN THIS FEATURE WAS DESIGNED IN THIS WAY. WHO KNOWS WHAT OTHER SYSTEMS IN THIS COROLLA ARE DESIGNED IN SUCH A STUPID MANNER. I WILL CERTAINLY NEVER BUY ANOTHER AUTO FROM THIS COMPANY.

THE CRUISE CONTROL IN MY 2018 TOYOTA COROLLA HAS BEEN MESSED UP EVER SINCE I BOUGHT MY CAR LAST YEAR.I TOLD THE DEALER SHIP ABOUT IT THEY CLAIMED THEY ADJUSTED IT BUT IT STILL INCREASES MY SPEED GOING DOWN HILL AND I’VE GOT A SPEEDING TICKET BECAUSE OF IT.MY DAUGHTER ALSO CALLED TOYOTA MAIN HEAD QUARTERS BUT THEY SAID IF I WANTED IT FIX I WOULD HAVE TO PAY OUT OF MY POCKET..I WILL SET MY CRUISE CONTROL AT 60 ON THE HWY IF I GO DOWN A SMALL. HILL MY RPM AND SPEED GO UP.

THE TECHNICIAN BECAME VERY ANGRY ABOUT THIS ISSUE AND TOLD ME THAT THE MANUFACTURER CREATED THE CAR THIS WAY. UNDER ALMOST ANY CIRCUMSTANCE, (GOING AROUND A SHARP CURVE, HEAVY TRAFFIC, ANY DOWNHILL OR UPHILL, WEATHER CONDITIONS, OR FOG) WHEN USING THE CRUISE CONTROL THE CAR WILL TRY TO SLOW IT SELF DOWN FROM SET SPEED AT 65 MPH, BY DROPPING INTO A LOWER GEAR, RAMPING UP THE RPM’S TO 5000 FORCING THE VEHICLE TO ACCELERATE 10 TO 15 MILES OVER THE SET SPEED WHICH WAS SET AT 65 MPH. IN THIS CASE, THE BRAKES WILL NOT STOP THIS ACCELERATION WHILE THE VEHICLE IS AMPING UPWARD. THE ONLY WAY TO STOP THE UNINTENDED ACCELERATION IS TO TURN OFF THE CRUISE CONTROL. HIGHWAY DRIVING FROM CARROLLTON, TEXAS TO WACO, TEXAS ON A CLEAR DAY. MY COMPANY HAS A POLICY THAT COMPANY VEHICLES SHOULD NOT EXCEED 70 MPH. IT IS A FIREABLE OFFENCE.

Service Brakes

While discussing safety, it would be impossible to neglect the service brakes. It would be ideal if no one had to worry about the brakes on one of America’s best-selling cars, but that doesn’t appear to be the case.

Just look at this NHTSA complaint that states, “Grinding noise when braking and reversing in car under 25 miles on odometer. Have gone to several dealerships and have been told that I am braking too hard (Seriously in a new car??)& window passenger side front makes noise while going up and down. They said they lubricated it but now it’s making more noise.”

Much to everyone’s surprise, there is some communication about the brakes on the Corolla. Service Bulletin # T-SB-0313-17 discusses brake vibration that’s caused by improper lug nut torque. The bulletin further goes on to teach technicians how to tighten lug nuts. If the mechanic at the dealership isn’t aware of the proper ways to do this, there are larger problems happening. Maybe instead of using the line, Greater than Ever, the company should add a word and make it Greater Concerns than Ever.

Here are some actual complaints logged with the NHTSA about the 2018 Toyota Corolla Brake Problems:

TL* THE CONTACT OWNS A 2018 TOYOTA COROLLA. THE CONTACT STATED THAT THE BRAKE PEDAL TRAVELED TO THE FLOORBOARD OR THE VEHICLE WOULD TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO STOP WHEN THE BRAKE PEDAL WAS DEPRESSED. THERE WERE NO WARNING INDICATORS ILLUMINATED. THE VEHICLE WAS TAKEN TO THE DEALERSHIP BUT WAS NOT DIAGNOSED OR REPAIRED. THE MANUFACTURER WAS NOT MADE AWARE OF THE FAILURE. THE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS 3,000.

CONSUMER STATED IMMEDIATELY AFTER PURCHASE CONTINUOUS ABNORMAL NOISE. THERE’S ALSO NOISE AT TIMES WHEN I TURN ON THE AIR CONDITIONER WHICH I CAN’T IDENTIFY. MAYBE, AS IF THERE IS TOO MUCH STRESS ON THE ENGINE. THE CAR ALSO SOMETIMES VIBRATES WHILE DRIVING. IN ADDITION, WHEN I BOUGHT THE CAR, THE FRONT TIRE ON THE DRIVER’S SIDE WAS ALSO ALMOST FLAT, THEREFORE, CAUSING THE CAR TO KEEP PULLING TO ONE SIDE WHILE DRIVING. FURTHER, THE FRONT WINDOW ON THE DRIVER’S SIDE WAS/IS SQUEAKING. 8/12/18 SENSOR LIGHT KEPT FLASHING. 8/16/18 BRAKE PAD NOISE WAS OBSERVED

TL* THE CONTACT OWNED A 2018 TOYOTA COROLLA. WHILE DRIVING 40 MPH, THE BRAKE PEDAL WAS DEPRESSED, BUT THE BRAKES FAILED TO ENGAGE. AS A RESULT, THE VEHICLE WAS INVOLVED IN A SIDE IMPACT COLLISION. THE AIR BAGS DEPLOYED. A POLICE REPORT WAS FILED. THE VEHICLE WAS TOWED TO A SALVAGE YARD WHERE IT WAS DEEMED DESTROYED. THE DEALER WAS NOT CONTACTED. THE MANUFACTURER WAS NOTIFIED OF THE FAILURE AND THE CONTACT WAS INFORMED THAT AN INVESTIGATOR WAS ASSIGNED TO THE CASE. THERE WAS ONE INJURY THAT REQUIRED MEDICAL ATTENTION. THE CONTACT SUFFERED FROM A BROKEN STERNUM, RIGHT HIP INJURY, AND SEVERE PAIN. THE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS APPROXIMATELY 300. *TT

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Toyota Corolla sedan 2014-2018: problems, fuel economy, engine

Updated: September 06, 2021

For years, the Corolla has been one of the best-selling cars, thanks to its reputation for reliability, a comfortable interior and smooth ride.
2017 Toyota Corolla interior2017 Toyota Corolla.
The 2014-2018 Corolla sedan is larger than the previous generation and offers more interior space. From 2014, the Corolla comes with a continuously variable transmission or CVT. For buyers looking for a conventional transmission, the 2014-2016 Corolla L (CE in Canada) still offers a 4-speed automatic.

Toyota Safety Sense (TSS-P) that includes Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Automatic High Beams and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, is standard from 2017.

Toyota Corolla Problems:The Toyota service bulletin T-SB-0011-14 describes a problem in the 2014 Corolla with the 2ZR-FAE (Valvematic) engine that can cause the Check Engine light to come on. Toyota recommends reprogramming the PCM as a solution. The bulletin T-SB-0086-16 explains an issue in the 2014-2016 Corolla where the fuel tank filler neck that is out of position might cause the gas cap not to close properly. As a result the Check Engine light might come on with the code P0455or P0456. The repair procedure involves repositioning of the fuel tank filler neck. A noisy water pump might need to be replaced ($290-$480). It's not a very difficult job. If you have a smart key and the battery fails in the key fob, you might need to hold the fob close to the start buttonto start the vehicle. The battery in the fob lasts for about 3 years. It's easy to replace.

A failed starter motormay cause a car not to start. When turning the key, the vehicle would click but won't turn over. When this happens, the battery needs to be testedtoo. Replacing a starter motor costs $380-$510.
2015 Toyota Corolla2015 Toyota Corolla S (E170).

The code P0171can be caused by a dirty or bad mass airflow sensoror vacuum leaks.

There are a few complaints on Toyota forums about some areas of the infotainment screen not being responsive or that the audio system is rebooting or freezing. It looks like an isolated issue, but if out of warranty, replacing the screen or the unit is expensive. When buying a used car, it's a good idea to test if all the functions of the screen are working consistently. For phone pairing and other questions related to the infotainment system, check the Toyota Entune support website.

Various Toyota Safety Sense (Dynamic Cruise Control, Lane Departure, etc.) warning lights can be caused by snow or dirt blocking the front sensor or the camera on the windshield. This is a common problem in all modern cars with this type of system. According to the owner's manual for the U.S. 2017 Corolla (page 211), the radar sensor is located behind the front grille emblem. The manual advises, "Keep the radar sensor and front grille emblem clean at all times." The same goes for the camera sensor installed on the windshield. The manual says, "If the windshield is dirty or covered with an oily film, water droplets, snow, etc., clear the windshield."Overall, the number of reported problems is small compared to other cars.

Engine:The 2014-2018 Corolla comes with the 132-hp 1.8L 4-cylinder 2ZR-FE double-overhead camengine.
Toyota Corolla 2ZR-FE engineToyota Corolla 2ZR-FE engine.
It's a simple low-maintenance naturally aspirated (non-turbo) engine with a conventional fuel injection. Toyota has used this engine for many years and it's known to last for over 200K miles with good care.

The Corolla LE Eco is equipped with the 140-hp 2ZR-FAE engine that has a continuously variable valve lift system called Valvematic installed on intake valves. It controls how much the intake valves open depending on load, rpm and other factors.

Timing belt or timing chain?Both the 2ZR-FE and 2ZR-FAE engines come with a timing chain, there is no timing belt. A timing chain only needs to be replaced if it's stretched or worn out. If oil changes are done regularly and the engine always has the proper level of oil, a timing chain can last for the lifetime of the vehicle. Read how to maintain an engine.

Fuel economy:The EPA rates the 2014-2015 Corolla with a CVT transmission at 29-37 mpg. The Corolla LE Eco is listed at 30/40 mpg, but the Eco trims are rare. The 2016-2018 Corolla with a CVT gets 28/36 mpgcity/highway on regular gasoline. This means that on a long highway trip, the automatic Corolla can go for up to 449 miles (723 km) on one tank (13.2 US gallons or 50 liters). The 2014-2016 Corolla with a manual transmission is also rated at 28/36 mpg.

Continuously Variable Transmission or CVT:The 2014 Corolla is the first Toyota in North America to use a mechanical belt-driven CVT. The electric CVT or eCVT used in the Prius and other hybrids has a completely different design. Nissan, Subaru and other manufacturers also equip their cars with the mechanical CVT, but Toyota uses a different supplier for their CVTs: Aisin AW.

In 2018, Toyota announced Special Service Campaign JSD to address some issues with the CVT transmission in certain 2014-2017 Corolla models. The bulletin describes the inspection and repair process. Possible solutions include updating the software (reflashing the ECM) or replacing the valve body or the whole CVT transmission unit and updating the software. Check with a local Toyota dealer for more information. There are several discussions about this campaign on various forums and on Reddit. Google 'Special Service Campaign JSD' for updates. Read also: pros and cons of the CVT transmission.

Does the CVT transmission need fluid change?We checked the maintenance schedule in the Warranty and Maintenance Guide for the 2018 Corolla that you can find on the US Toyota Ownersportal under 'Resources'. It recommends changing the CVT fluid every 60,000 miles if the vehicle is operated under Special Operating conditions that include 'Extensive idling and/or low speed driving for a long distance such as police, taxi or door-to-door delivery use'. This basically refers to conditions that can cause the CVT fluid to overheat, so if you think that your CVT transmission has been working too hard, check with your dealer if they can change the CVT fluid.

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Overall:The Corolla is still one of the most reliable compact cars. At the time we updated this article in March 2020, Consumer Reports rated the 2014-2018 Corolla as 'Recommended'. The number of complaints on the NHTSA website is relatively small. NHTSA awarded the 2014-2018 Corolla sedan with a 5-star overall crash-test rating.
Will the CVT transmission be reliable in the long run? It's too early to judge, but we will update as more information will be available. It's a fairly new thing for Toyota. Some owners also didn't like the CVT driving experience, specificallya lack of power and a louder engine noise. We prefer models with a conventional 4-speed automatic transmission. Among competitors, we recommend Mazda 3 and Honda Civic. Read also: What mileage is OK for a used car?

Maintenance tips:At higher mileage, an engine might consume some amount of oil between oil changes, which means it's a good idea to check the oil level regularly (see how) and top up if needed. Spark plugs need to be replaced at 120,000 miles ($170-$220 in a repair shop). An engine air filter needs to be changed every 30,000 miles or earlier if dirty ($25-$45). A drive (serpentine) belt needs to be inspected regularly after 60,000 miles and replaced if cracked or damaged ($85-$140). Read more about the serpentine belt.

Engine oil capacity:The oil capacity for the 2ZR-FE and 2ZR-FAE engines (Drain and refill with filter) is 4.4 US quarts or 4.2 liters according to the owner's manual. SAE 0W-20 is the recommended oil grade. Read also: Illustrated maintenance checklist.

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Transmission Services for 2018 Toyota Corolla iM

Service Schedule for 2018 Toyota Corolla iM

Not sure when your 2018 Corolla iM is due for its next transmission service?

30,000 Miles

Maintenance check at 30000 miles for your 2018 Toyota Corolla iM Base

  • REPLACE Manual Transmission Fluid

60,000 Miles

Maintenance check at 60000 miles for your 2018 Toyota Corolla iM Base

  • REPLACE Transmission Fluid

90,000 Miles

Maintenance check at 90000 miles for your 2018 Toyota Corolla iM Base

  • REPLACE Manual Transmission Fluid

120,000 Miles

Maintenance check at 120000 miles for your 2018 Toyota Corolla iM Base

  • REPLACE Transmission Fluid

What Does Your Toyota Corolla iM Transmission Do?

Your transmission carries power from the engine to the wheels so that you can drive at the speed you desire. Since the transmission has to translate the precise amount of power for your desired amount of speed, a tiny transmission issue can take a major toll on your car’s performance. Such problems aren’t hard to spot. 2018 Toyota Corolla iM transmission problems can show up as shifting delays, jumping or grinding during acceleration, the car shaking at any speed, or a burning smell or whistling sounds coming from under the hood. If you ignore Toyota Corolla iM transmission issues your could suffer a loss in fuel efficiency or find that your Corolla iM isn’t working at all.

Toyota Transmission Recommendations for 2018 Corolla iMs

Toyota recommends having your Corolla iM's transmission system routinely inspected for wear and tear. First off, Toyota recommends exchanging transmission and differential fluids in 2018 Toyota Corolla iMs at certain intervals with Toyota-approved transmission fluid. Our expert techs are familiar with 2018 Corolla iM services and perform them according to Toyota-recommended specifications. If you think there’s something wrong with your Corolla iM’s transmission, schedule an appointment at your local Firestone Complete Auto Care to help keep your Toyota running for miles and miles.

Toyota Corolla iM Transmission Service Cost

We work to keep the average cost for Toyota Corolla iM transmission fluid changes and repairs affordable. Visit your local Firestone Complete Auto Care and we’ll give your car a free Courtesy Check. We’ll check out your Corolla iM’s major systems and components to help inform your car service decisions. Whether your vehicle needs a transmission fluid exchange or routine maintenance, you can count on our Triple Promise: Fixed Right. Priced Right. Right on Time.

Questions About 2018 Toyota Corolla iM’s Transmission

  • What happens when you "ride" your Toyota's brakes? Riding the brakes or keeping your foot on the brake pedal (even lightly) can lead to transmission issues. Remember that when you’re driving down winding roads, and opt for engine braking when possible.

  • How much can I tow in a Toyota Corolla iM? Think twice before volunteering to tow your friend's moving trailer, no matter how small. The added load can mess with your transmission system if it exceeds your Corolla iM’s towing capacity. Check your owner's manual to ensure you have the proper towing setup and aren't going over your towing capacity.

  • When should I have my Corolla iM's transmission fluid checked or exchanged? Caring for your Toyota Corolla iM’s transmission fluid is a great way to help it perform. A general rule of thumb is to have your transmission fluid checked and changed about every 30,000 to 60,000 miles, but that timeline can change if you're hard on your Toyota. The good news is that transmission fluid leaks are affordable to repair and easy to spot.

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