With more style and more room throughout the vehicle, the sixth generation Toyota Corolla compact sedan debuts for 2014. Originally launched in Japan almost 50 years ago in 1966, the Corolla was presented to the U.S. Market in 1968. And since that time, more than 30 million Toyota Corollas have been sold worldwide, making it one of the top-selling cars of all time.
The most evident transformation of the new Corolla is how it looks – it’s rather attractive, even with its base trim. All S models feature piano black accents on the front fascia and rear lip spoiler, and the optional 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in P215/45R17 Firestone FR740 tires – available only on S Plus and Premium trims – definitely reveal that the new Toyota Corolla has a new competitive edge (or two) with its new body-style.
The 2014 Toyota Corolla seats five and comes in four trims: L, LE, LE Eco and S. All models have a four-cylinder engine. A manual transmission is standard, while a four-speed automatic and a continuously variable transmission are available. Read below to see how automotive reviewers and Corolla customers reviewed this always-popular and reliable vehicle:
- “The most useful difference in the all-new Toyota Corolla is an expansion of interior space. This is the kind of thing that should appeal to all buyers of compact-size cars, as they look for the comfort and convenience of a Toyota Camry-size car in a more affordable package.” – Automobile Magazine
- “Reviewers say the front seats are spacious and the back seat has a good amount of legroom, even for tall passengers, which is unusual for a compact car.”– US News and World Report
- I was able to get an S-plus, fully-loaded Corolla for $16, 500 from a dealership. There is not a single car in that same class that could match that price with all of the options that I got. I know this car will last for well over 200K miles, and I will more than likely be handing it down to one if my kids .” – Consumer Review: Kelly Blue Book
- “I would recommend this car to anyone who is tired of the boring 4-door family car, but still needs enough room for the whole family, as well as peace-of-mind that it won’t be in the shop after the warranty is up.” — Consumer Review: Kelly Blue Book
- “If car shopping were computer software, the Corolla could be the default setting. It has the space, power, and features to meet most people’s needs. It has the Toyota reputation for reliability, and it remains a bestseller!” – CarandDriver.Com
- There’s so much legroom now — 42.3 inches in the front seats and 41.4 inches in back — that car buyers who are looking for a family sedan might want to consider the new Corolla. In fact, while Toyota press materials refer to the 2014 Corolla as a compact, the car is now listed by the federal government as a mid-size four door. – ABC News
- “The new Corolla is about three inches longer than the previous version, with nearly four inches of additional wheelbase—altogether placing the wheels farther out to the corners and giving the Corolla a far sportier stance. And LED headlamps and running lamps really put a nice finishing touch on the focused, rakish design.” – The Car Connection
Come into I-95 Toyota to test drive a Toyota Corolla today! Whether you select a new or used Corolla, you can be rest assured that Toyota doesn’t detour from low prices and high value.
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