The Toyota Corolla has withstood the test of time. The automotive industry has made nearly constant changes and the Toyota Corolla still lives at the top of the pack, for good reason. The Toyota Corolla provides dependable transportation. If it is taken care of and supplied with routine maintenance you can expect a Corolla to run smoothly for many years. Another selling point of the Toyota Corolla lies in its value. The Toyota Corolla consistently comes with a budget-friendly starting MSRP and fuel-efficiency that make it a no-brainer for budget conscious economy car shoppers year after year. Slight changes each model year keep the Corolla up-to-date. Let’s review the differences between the 2017 Toyota Corolla vs 2016 Toyota Corolla now.
For the 2017 model year, the Toyota Corolla received some exterior work including new LED headlights. On the inside, it also received a makeover with new interior upholstery in an upgraded material. Most notably, the 2017 Toyota Corolla became equipped with a slew of standard safety features including a rearview camera that is available on all trims.
|2017 Toyota Corolla||vs||2016 Toyota Corolla|
|28/36||Fuel Economy (city/hwy)||28/37|
|1.8-liter four-cylinder||Base Engine||1.8-liter four-cylinder|
|13.0 cubic feet||Cargo Space||13.0 cubic feet|
Toyota has been equipping many of its newer vehicles with a suite of standard safety features. Even with its budget-conscious price tag, the 2017 Toyota Corolla has not been excluded. Car shoppers might be pleasantly surprised to hear that all trims on the 2017 Corolla will come standard with stability and traction control, antilock brakes, front and side airbags, a driver and passenger airbag, and a rearview camera.
Also standard on all trims of the 2017 Corolla is the Toyota Safety Sense P system. This system features a bundle of up-to-date safety technology not commonly found standard on base trims of modern vehicles. The Toyota Safety Sense P system is equipped with forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with steering assist, and automatic high beams. We feel that the marginal bump in starting price tags between the 2017 Toyota Corolla and the 2016 Toyota Corolla is well worth the standard safety features gained. If you are considering a newer-model Toyota Corolla, go with the 2017 model year.
Anyone interested in the 2017 Toyota Corolla can contact a representative at Ackerman Toyota for additional information. Interested parties can also click the view our inventory on this page to see up-to-date 2017 Toyota Corolla inventory available at Ackerman Toyota in St. Louis, MO.