Toyota Corolla Specials
Experience the Reliable and Feature-Filled Toyota Corolla
The Toyota Corolla is the perfect sedan for Georgia drivers. This compact vehicle delivers all the efficiency that you could want along with the space that you really need. You’ll love the Corolla’s sporty style, comfortable interior, and advanced technology. You also know that Toyota vehicles are built to last. Come into Thomasville Toyota to view our extensive inventory of new and used Toyota Corollas!
How the 2017 Toyota Corolla Was Updated
Look at the specifications of the 2016 and 2017 Toyota Corolla models and you will notice a long list of differences. The biggest changes are the 50th Anniversary Special Edition and the XSE trim along with the newly standard Toyota Safety Sense™ P. The 2017 Corolla boasts this suite of advanced safety and driver-assistive features, which includes adaptive cruise control, automatic high beam headlights, pre-collision braking featuring pedestrian detection, and lane departure warning featuring steering assist. Every 2017 Corolla model also has a standard backup camera, and both the climate controls and front end have been restyled.
For people interested in the new models, the 50th Anniversary Special Edition of the Corolla has Entune®, a 7-inch touchscreen, 17-inch alloy wheels, black cherry and black interior accents, and badging, plus the features of the SE trim. The XSE trim is also new and builds on the SE, adding heated front seats, SofTex upholstery, 8-way power-adjustment for the driver, 4-way power-adjustment for the passenger, and a power tilt and slide moonroof. This trim also has the option of upgrading the Entune® system to include navigation and the App Suite.
Exploring the Toyota Corolla History
As implied by the name of the 2017 model’s 50th Anniversary Special Edition trim, the Corolla has now been around for 50 years. During that time, it has passed through numerous generations, typically getting larger and having more features added. In 1993, the Corolla got big enough to make the transition from the subcompact to the compact segment. It was offered as a wagon or sedan until 1997, and antilock brakes were available on all models.
In 1998, the Corolla again got larger, but it also got lighter, partially due to new engines made entirely of aluminum. Horsepower and fuel economy also increased. A new generation arrived in 2003 while 2009 brought in the tenth generation with four trims and optional features like navigation and keyless start. The Corolla’s current eleventh generation began in 2014 with styling adjustments and updates to the CVT.
Learn More About the Toyota Corolla at Thomasville Toyota
Drivers and passengers love that even though the Corolla is a smaller sedan, there is plenty of legroom for both passengers and driver. For a better feel of what it is like to drive one, come over to Thomasville Toyota in Thomasville, GA. Our experienced team can guide you through the different models and various trims, answering any questions you may have. We are happy to provide competitive financing, as well as certified mechanics for all your vehicle needs. Call or pay us a visit to learn more!