Toyota Reveals Its New Limited Edition 2017 Corolla Automatic

Jan 31, 2017 09:05 AM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

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This year's Corolla is said to be an example of Iconic Dynamism as for Toyota. The 2017 Corolla is able to work on what is expected and was able to avoid an openly generic image of the past corolla models. It also celebrates its golden anniversary. This compact sedan that has become a legendary model is working on some nips and tucks.

Most of the changes are on its face-lift. The new Corolla comes with new headlights that are bi-LED and a new grille for L and LE models. As for the other trims, it will have a standard complex LED lights. One of the exterior updates that this car will have is the standard backup camera that is federally mandated.

According to the Japanese automotive company, Toyota, the interior of the 2017 Corolla is much more comfortable and convenient. In terms of safety measures, the company will provide the car model its safety sense-p safety suite that will come with an alert for pre-collision that also has a pedestrian detector, lane departure warning with steering assist, radar cruise control and a high beam headlight which is automatic.

Meanwhile, for the model's system under, it will run a 1.8 liter I-4 with two outputs that have a horsepower of 132 and a torque of 128 lb-ft of torque most of its lineup and a 140 hp and a torque of 126 lb-ft for Eco models. There are also three transmissions available, CVT, four-speed automatic and six-speed manual.

As Toyota is celebrating their 50th anniversary, they are also offering special edition. Based on their Corolla SE, the edition includes Black Cherry contrast stitching for the interior, anniversary badging, anniversary edition floor mats, and a unique black cherry color for the car ( white and silver also available).

There will be a limited production of the Toyota 2017 Corolla special edition. The company will only make 8,000 of the car. According to some updates, the car will be on sale this fall.

 

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