The 2017 Toyota Corolla will acquire its well-justified, yearlong procession lap for the model year 2017. In any case, the name has been in the market for the past 50 years and decorated in excess of 40 million sedans all over the world, according to the Japanese auto manufacturer. Over its period, the Corolla has exemplified basic, easy, and comparatively comfortable hauling during more than 11 generations, with some unforgettable forms. For the 2017 model year, the automaker adds the new model Corolla with the active-safety expertise to better vie with an increasing class of compact vehicles. Although the current corolla is not what buyers might call attractive, the redesigned Corolla will be more appealing and charming that its dull predecessors.
2017 Toyota Corolla Changes
The next generation Toyota Corolla is expected to come with the same external styling as that of its predecessor, except some minor tweaks to make it appear modern. It is also expected to come with the same three body colors and with a set of alloy wheels of diameter 17 inches. In all models of the new Corolla, the outside design features a little of a wedge-like appearance, with angled front shapes and a lengthened window line at the rear of each back door.
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The redesigned Corolla features a new front fascia and newest design lingo of Toyota. It comes equipped with a bolder bumper in the front, which includes a lower and broader grille, similar to that of the Lexus. It also comes equipped with vertical daylight running lights, designed with the LED expertise. This design offers the driver better visibility as well as a luxurious look to the vehicle. The athletic new Toyota Corolla 2017 XSE trim would come equipped with a blacked-out grille with mist lamps, bordering a more hostile air dam, plus an incorporated back spoiler that visually lifts the tail.
The interior modifications of the all-new Toyota Corolla 2017 consist of an easy-to-read novel instrument cluster, an infotainment system with a larger screen(high-tech 7-inches touch-screen display). Also, there are more contemporary-appearing HVAC controls and rounded air vents that restore the square ones of the outgoing model.
For 2017 model year, all models of Corolla, irrespective of trim level, will be provided with the Safety Sense-P of Toyota. That is a set of safety features and electronic driving supports that come with a pre-crash system with a walker detection utility, radar-derived cruise control, lane departure warning with a steering support function, and mechanical high beams. In addition, the automaker has expanded the standard features list with a back-view camera.
2017 Toyota Corolla Interior
2017 Toyota Corolla Specs
The new 2017 Corolla would get its required power and torque from two different powertrains. The first power unit will be an Inline-4 unit with the displacement of 1.8 liters, used in the earlier model. This new Corolla engine has the power and twist of 132 HP and 128 lb-feet respectively.
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A second powertrain, which is more powerful in the LE Eco trim, adds the patented changeable valve timing unit of Toyota, named Valvematic. This power plant will generate 140 HP of power and the peak torque of 126 pound-feet.
Although either a six-velocity manual transmission or an antique and sluggish 4-speed automatic transmission(strange) will be carried over by the Corolla 2017. All its higher end models will be equipped with the CVT system that imitates the seven-velocity automatic transmission with paddle shifters.
Base price and the date of release
The release date of 2017 Toyota Corolla will most probably be during late 2016 or early 2017 with the starting cost, ranging from $19,000 to $28,000.
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2017 Toyota Corolla Photos