For many years, I have observed the following:
If there is a car on the road that is driving too slowly, i.e., well below the prevailing traffic speed, there is a 90 per cent probability that it’s a Toyota Corolla.
This cannot be just my imagination. There is something going on here, but I don’t know what it is. Corolla owners, on average, are a very conservative, cautious, maybe nervous type. Does it have anything to do with the way Toyota markets this vehicle?
What kind of person buys a Corolla? And why does no other vehicle or model engender this kind of timidity?
I’m afraid we may never know for sure. But I do have a most fervent wish and advocacy:
Grow a pair and drive more assertively, please!