Japanese carmaker Toyota has developed a new model for next year the 2014 Toyota Corolla. According to the carmaker, the model has an improved design, efficiency and better quality in terms of materials used in the development process. Let us not forget about the price the manufacturers will practice. This is one of the most popular compact sedans in the world that will remain in the memory of the owners and fans. In case you are interested in the new 2014 model, please know that it will be available in L, LE and S grades. As a surprise, we will also have the possibility to select the new LE Eco grade.
The new line-up will address a lot of customers like for example, the familiar value-minded to shoppers that are in fact looking to get a premium compact car with more specific features. The starting price has been established to start at $16.000 for the L grade which will be equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission to transfer the output to the wheels. The new 2014 Toyota Corolla, the L grade equipped with a 4-speed automatic transmission will have a starting price of $17.400. The specialists have offered as standard Bluetooth connectivity, driver and front passenger Whiplash-Injury-Lessening seats and LED low beam headlamps with LED daytime running lights. The list continues with eight airbags, like new drivers knee airbag and passenger seat cushion airbag.
The LE grade will have a starting price of $18.300 which means it is $120 more expensive in comparison to the 2013 LE Corolla. With this grade, the customer will receive climate control, cruise control, backup monitor, keyless entry and of course, improved fuel economy thanks to the CVTi-S transmission. The Corolla S will cost $19.000, $60 cheaper than the current model. The LE Eco grade will have a starting price of $18.700 and will come with a Valvematic-equipped engine capable of generating 140 horsepower.
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