The only downside with it is the steering wheel locks. I think i've worked out that if I park with the steering wheel turned instead of straight it locks it. I can't turn the key to start it again. I have to really push the key (so much I think i'll break it), then it clicks past where it's stuck and the car starts. If I park and have the steering wheel straight (which I usually do) then it's fine.
It's supposed to do that smile
It's an inbuilt steering wheel lock (instead of those big old bars you used to get, remember those?) If you turn the steering wheel after you take the key out, it should lock it so you then need the key to unlock. Also does set itself automatically if the wheel is turned too far when you turn car off. If the steering wheel is straight it won't do it. If the steering is locked when you get in, wriggle the steering wheel as you turn the key and you won't have to force the key so much.
OP: I have had a Toyota, but it was an Aurion, not a Corolla. For what it's worth, I loved that car, when I have the money to buy amnother I will be looking at a Corolla myself smile
I have always been a Toyota girl.