What’s new on the 2017 Toyota Corolla
The best-selling car in the world just got better. Celebrating 50 years of the Corolla in 2017, Toyota recently previewed the refreshed 2017 Corolla XE and 50th Anniversary Special Edition. With anticipation ramping up about the Corolla, it begs the question: what’s new on the 2017 Toyota Corolla?
The refreshed 2017 Toyota Corolla features…
- new taillights,
- new front end,
- new dash,
- and a new 7-inch touchscreen display.
The celebrated Toyota Safety Sense suite of technology is now available on the 2017 Corolla, adding peace of mind to every drive.
Toyota Safety Sense adds a host of new features to the arsenal of the Corolla that includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection function, dynamic radar cruise control, lane departure alert with steering assist function, and automatic high beam lights.
Standard features on the 2017 Corolla
The Corolla continues to add value to its arsenal of features. Standard features now include a backup camera, refreshed interior, enhanced audio speakers, aggressive front grille, two exterior colors, bi-LED headlamps on the L, LE, and LE ECO Corolla, and complex LED lights on SE, XSE, and XLE Corolla grades.
New technology on the 2017 Corolla
The new 2017 Corolla models will sport Bluetooth and Entune Audio as standard features. Entune Audio Plus with Connected Navigation or Entune Premium Audio with Integrated Navigation and App Suite will be available on the Corolla in addition.
The Corolla continues to adapt to what drivers desire while remaining true to what made it popular in the first place. Safety, comfort, and efficiency still come first in the Corolla. We have no doubt that the 2017 model will continue to remain the best-selling and one of the most trusted cars on the market for years to come.