The Toyota Corolla continues to improve and sees a variety of exciting updates in 2017. One of the most popular cars of all-time, the Corolla has exceeded expectations for years. The 2017 Toyota Corolla trim levels have remained unchanged for the most part; we’ll explore more about the 2017 Corolla and it’s trim levels below.
Trim levels of the 2017 Corolla
- LE Eco
In 2017, all Corolla models will come available with Toyota Safety Sense-P that will include safety features like a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection function, dynamic radar cruise control, lane departure alert with steering assist function, and automatic high beams.
Like the Corolla models of the past, the new 2017 model is an intelligent choice for a variety of car buyers. The 2017 Corolla will remain versatile with roomy back seats, standard Bluetooth connectivity, Entune Audio system, available Entune Audio Plus with Connected Navigation, as well as available Entune Premium Audio with Integrated Navigation and App Suite.
Entune Audio Plus and Entune Premium Audio systems will have a larger 7-inch touch screen display for the new model year, compared to the 6.1-inch screen in 2016.
How old is the Toyota Corolla?
The Toyota Corolla is celebrating a major milestone anniversary in 2016! Do you know how old the Corolla is?
There’s no reason the Corolla will not remain heavy favorite in its class once again. While performance and efficiency numbers have not been released as of yet, we can expected them to be similar or exceed the numbers from the 2016 Corolla. The 2016 Corolla could garner an EPA-estimated 28 mpg city and 37 hwy mpg on the highway in the standard L trim level. The Corolla LE Eco can bring home an eye-popping 42 mpg on the highway!
Whichever Corolla model you end up choosing, you can be sure you’re going to drive away in one of the most time-tested cars on the market. There’s a reason that 90% of the Corolla’s sold in the last decade are still on the road today! Be on of the first to drive the 2017 Corolla when it comes to Serra Toyota of Decatur this year!