2014 Toyota Corolla - Improved Styling, LED Lights, Fuel Economy
Toyota has debuted the 11th edition of its popular and best-selling passenger car, the 2014 Toyota Corolla. This new car features many cool additions and new styling.
The Toyota Corolla has been a top seller for Toyota and in fact “with nearly 40 million units sold in the past 47 years, the Toyota Corolla is the best-selling car nameplate on the planet,” Toyota says in a Press Release. It has become a common sight on all major roads for sure.
Adding to its reputation as a quality, dependable vehicle, are many new features sure to excite new-car shoppers. These important new features include:
- Improved efficiency with a “7-speed” CVT and LE Eco trim level that targets more than 40 mpg estimated highway fuel economy rating
- Advanced, modern-looking design with a longer wheelbase and shorter overhangs, resulting in an athletic stance with greater presence
- Three new exterior colors
- Choice of seat-covering materials in premium fabric or SofTex™ material
- Sound insulation to allow for optimal use of available audio systems and connectivity features
- Lightweight unibody under 2,900 pounds in the interest of fuel economy
- First compact car equipped with standard LED headlamps, eight airbags, Bluetooth® hands-free phone, and audio streaming connectivity
The styling of the all-new Corolla is amplified over past versions and the high quality of craftsmanship is easy to spot. This new look certainly grabs your attention and it looks sleeker and more aerodynamic than previous editions.
Toyota unveiled the car at an evening Gala event with more than 750 journalists attending. The event included music, cocktails, and aerobatic dancers. All of this added to the buzz of this car’s release and stirred quite a bit of social media attention.
What do you think? Is this new Corolla exciting or a dud?