Compact Car

<p>At about 104 interior cubic feet, the Toyota Corolla is considered a compact.</p>The U.S. EPA classifies a passenger vehicle with an interior and cargo area of 100-109 cubic feet as a compact car. A compact car is larger than a subcompact car, which has an interior area of 85-99 cubic feet and smaller than a midsize car, which has an interior of 110-119 cubic feet. The term compact car is also popularly applied to any smaller car, whether or not it is officially classified as such.

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