How The 2014 Corolla Can Handle This Winter

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The Cold Winter Wind Blows Around the 2014 Corolla

Don’t let the cold weather ward you off your winter plans – get back on the road in safety and style in the new 2014 Toyota Corolla. The hot new design isn’t just for summer months, and the economical and eco-friendly Corolla is filled with features that make cruising cold streets comfortable.


No matter how dark the winter day is, the standard LED headlights on all Corolla models will make it easy driving, while the available heated exterior mirrors thaw even the thickest ice quickly. Need to scrape some stubborn snow? Raised wiper arms are designed to not interfere with one another, for ease.

The aerodynamic body style is smooth to look at, and eco friendly, but be sure to monitor your undercarriage for road salt buildup, which can corrode your Corolla over the years. A smartly designed wheelwell gives ample space to prevent snow and ice clogging, a problem in other cars that can lead to issues with everything from suspension travel to steering capability.


Inside, the SofTex interior mimics the look and feel of real leather, comfortable in all weather conditions. Flip on the heated seat switch, smartly located out of site ahead of the gear selector, and quickly warm you and your front seat passenger. Warm up your toes with easily accessible HVAC controls; the automatic temperatures setting takes the guess work out of getting comfortable.


An IIHS Top Safety Pick, the 2014 Corolla tests well even in the snowiest of conditions. High-strength steel body composition allows the A and C pillars to be thinner, allowing for better visibility and more light. Eight standard airbags protect front and rear passengers in the event of a collision, and with a top score of “good” on all tests other than the new small overlap offset frontal crash test, you can feel confident driving, no matter how cold or icey.

Think the 2014 Corolla is right for you? Stop in to Miller Toyota today for a test drive, no matter how hot or cold it is!

January 21, 2014
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