2017 Toyota Corolla vs. 2016 Toyota Corolla
The 2017 Toyota Corolla is one of the few models that Toyota has already given details about for the 2017 lineup. We know that there will be a new trim level known as the XSE and a limited-edition 50th Anniversary Special Edition, along with a few other key updates.
Although it will be a challenge to own one of the 8,000 2017 Corolla 50th Anniversary Special Edition models for sale within the United States, it will be well worth it. This model comes with distinctive badging, black interior styling with contrasts and accents in black cherry, and 17-inch alloy wheels. It also has a range of technology, like a 7-inch touchscreen in high resolution, Entune Audio Plus featuring Connected Navigation, and the color Multi-Information Display. The new XSE trim will fit in a similar spot in the lineup as the Camry’s XSE trim, slotting it between the SE and XLE trims.
More Safety Features
While the 2016 Toyota Corolla was recognized for safety features, like a backup camera, the 2017 model takes it to the next level by offering the Toyota Safety Sense P system across the lineup. This system is the most advanced available on Toyotas. It includes a pre-collision system, lane departure alert, automatic high beams, pedestrian detection, and dynamic radar cruise control.
Comparing the 2017 and 2016 Toyota Corolla side by side will also show you a few key styling differences, including a more aggressive version of the front grille and even more color choices for the exterior. The lower trim levels on the 2017 Toyota Corolla now have bi-LED headlamps and a backup camera. The higher trims have complex-LED headlights as standard.
Whether you want to learn more about the 2017 Toyota Corolla or find out if you can become one of the lucky drivers in the country to drive the 50th Anniversary Special Edition, the team at Miller Toyota in Manassas, Virginia, can assist you!