2017 Toyota Corolla

20 Jun 2017 Toyota Corolla

2017 Toyota Corolla

After 50 years of sales in Canada, the Corolla still stands strong in compact car market. The Corolla remains the best selling vehicle in the world with over 43 million units. The 2017 Corolla has a new look, more technology, and a more modern design. For a refresh, the new model has quite a few changes, starting with a CVT replacing a standard automatic transmission (although the manual transmission is still available). Corolla provides the satefy features and safety tech you’d expect from the brand.

ABOUT THE 2017 TOYOTA COROLLA

Key Features
  • Automatic LED Headlamps
  • 6.1″ Touchscreen Display Audio
  • Backup Camera
  • Toyota Safety Sense Technology
  • Available in CVT and manual transmission
  • 6.1” Touchscreen Display Audio

2017 Toyota Corolla

The 2017 Corolla comes with exciting design, technology, and advanced safety features that make it very hard to resist.

For 2017, Corolla’s sleek new front grille and bumper designs, along with updated wheel cover and alloy wheel designs, create greater distinction between the models. Now standard are automatic LED headlamps. New Galactic Aqua Mica and Falcon Grey Metallic colours are available on LE and SE models.

Feel right at home in Corolla’s high density foam-padded seats, cladded in light grey fabric on CE, black or beige premium fabric on LE and LE ECO and sporty SofTex on SE. Available heated front seats (LE and LE Eco) make winter mornings a breeze. And when you’re not traveling lightly, available 60/40 split rear seats allow more room for cargo.

Toyota’s new Safety Sense system (TSS) is standard on Corolla, and includes a pre-collision avoidance system that assists in warning the driver of potential dangers. Also included are automatic high beams, a lane departure alert system as well as dynamic radar cruise control.

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