2017 Toyota Corolla Specs, Features & Photos

28/36  CITY/HWY
EPA- Estimated MPG
10.5  Sec.
0-60 MPH
13  cu ft
Cargo Space

A Lot to Be Excited About

The best-selling Toyota Corolla is 50 years old this year, which means you won't want to miss out on the exclusive 50th Anniversary Edition that shines inside and out with 17-inch alloy wheels, sporty LED headlamps and premium black upholstery with a daring red trim. Another trim model, the XSE, has been added to the mix for a handsome and sporty option. This year, the Corolla is also absorbing the Scion iM, renaming it the Corolla iM. Additionally, all models of the 2017 Toyota Corolla in Phoenix, AZ see significant updates with new safety and driver connectivity features.

Updates Inside and Out

The 2017 Corolla shows off a fierce and angled front end with a sporty new grille design, while the iM addition gives the Corolla a fun hatchback twist. The L, LE and LE Eco trims receive new bi-LED headlamps and SE, XSE and XLE trims have complex-LED standards. The interior sees a minor refreshment, reflecting Toyota's commitment to providing the most modern look. 2017 Toyota Corolla reviews note with excitement the increase in cabin space and comfort. Bluetooth and Entune Audio come standard, but the upgraded 7-inch Entune Audio Plus with Connected Navigation or the Entune Premium Audio with Integrated Navigation and App Suite may be worth the splurge.

Great Mechanics

The standard Corolla features a fuel-efficient 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine that creates 132 horsepower and 128 lb.-ft. of torque. Buyers have the choice to pair with it a 6-speed manual, a 4-speed automatic (not available on the iM) or a continuously variable transmission (CVT). 2017 Toyota Corolla reviews favor the CVT above the other transmission options for light and moderate acceleration. Select grades offer Toyota's patented Valvematic as a fuel-saving addition to the engine.

Safety Overhaul

All models of the 2017 Toyota Corolla in Phoenix come equipped with Toyota's advanced Safety Sense-P technology. Features such as forward-collision warning, lane departure warning with steering control, adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, and automatic emergency braking upon collision and pedestrian detection all provide drivers with more confidence and security on the road. The Corolla is also designed according to Toyota's Star Safety system which includes state-of-the-art stability control, traction control and brake assist.

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Discover the Toyota Corolla

Find out why people in the market for new car models near Phoenix consider the 2017 Toyota Corolla rather than the 2017 Chevy Cruze, Volkswagen Jetta, Honda Civic and the Ford Focus. The car's progressive cabin amenities and eye-catching exterior design could wind up being just what you need from a daily driver. Find out if the 2017 Toyota Corolla is right for you using our evaluation and other research tools, then browse new factory incentives!

Experience the 2017 Toyota Corolla Firsthand

We're a hometown car dealer with a multitude of lease offers on new and well-maintained used car models, including the Toyota Corolla. We hope our 2017 Toyota Corolla review offers help when you're ready to make your final buying decision. Stop by to be thankful for a test drive at , where you can examine the Toyota Corolla for yourself. Want to get a peek at its features preceding your visit? See the included video clip.

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