Are you used to Corolla model cars? Then the 2015 Toyota Corolla might come as a big surprise for you. Its completely Changed last year with perhaps the most thorough redesign in Corolla history & the latest model offers a wide variety of updates. From bolder styling and a bigger back seat to a fuel-saving continuously variable automatic transmission and a high-tech interior with a wide range of new equipment and features.
All Corolla models, except for the new Eco model, come with Toyota’s familiar 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine & rated at 132 horsepower and 128 lb-ft of torque. Fuel economy, according to the Environmental Protection Agency is 28 miles per gallon in the city and 37 mpg on the highway with the 6-speed manual transmission, 27 mpg city/36 mpg hwy with the 4-speed automatic transmission and 29 mpg city/38 mpg hwy with the continuously variable transmission. Note that the S trim level, when equipped with its optional, sportier continuously variable transmission with paddle shifters, drops to 37 mpg hwy.
The entry-level L starts with 15-in steel wheels with plastic covers, LED running lights, power accessories, air conditioning, Bluetooth, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, and a 4-speaker audio system with iPod/USB connectivity and an auxiliary audio input.
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The LE adds 16-in steel wheels with plastic covers, keyless entry, cruise control, a 6.1-in touchscreen interface, a rearview camera, automatic climate control and a 6-speaker audio system with Bluetooth audio. The LE Plus package adds 16-in alloy wheels and fog lights, while the LE Premium package tacks on those items plus SofTex faux-leather upholstery.
The new Corolla comes with anti-lock brakes, stability control and eight airbags (front, driver’s knee, passenger seat-cushion, front-side and full-length side-curtain). Disappointingly, the Corolla continues to be equipped with front disc and rear drum brakes, rather than discs all around. Discs are a more modern, and generally more effective, design that’s employed by many Corolla rivals. You can get a Corolla with rear discs, but only if you opt for the pricey, sporty S model with the Plus or Premium package. The Corolla also lags behind some more modern rivals when it comes to safety options, as it doesn’t offer any modern gadgets such as a blind spot monitoring system or a lane-departure warning system.
If you are used to drive Toyota Corolla then this car will be your best drive indeed.