The trusted Toyota Corolla is celebrating its 47th year in the market with the reveal of the 11th generation Corolla, featuring a more youthful exterior and interior design.
I have never personally owned a Toyota Corolla, but I quickly realized how many people are extremely passionate about this car when I posted on my social media outlets that I would be test driving the latest generation. My friends, fans and followers told stories of their first Corolla, the one the currently own or one that has been in their family for many years. The car is clearly known to be a reliable car that is loved and trusted by many.
One of the biggest differences in the new Toyota Corolla is the sleek and sporty new look. An increase in vehicle wheelbase enhances the interior as well, making the inside more spacious and allowing for more legroom for backseat passengers.
The 2014 Corolla will be available in four grade levels; L, LE, LE Eco and S. The LE Eco is a new grade level that offers an estimated 42 mpg rating on the highway, 31 mpg in the city. All levels will be standard equipped with LED headlamps, Bluetooth hands-free phone, eight airbags, and audio- streaming connectivity.
The 2014 Toyota Corolla starts at $16,800.
For more information visit toyota.com.