Arlington Dealer Researching the New Corolla Corolla
The Toyota Corolla is one of the bestselling cars in the world, thanks to its safety, dependability and fun driving feel. This model year, the 2016 Toyota Corolla in Arlington is getting some fun new updates to its infotainment system, while carrying over most of its remaining features from last year. To learn more about this latest edition of the Toyota Corolla, keep reading the rest of our review below.
Offered in four well-equipped trim levels: L, LE, LE Eco and S, the 2016 Corolla comes with a wide range of fantastic features and tech. Standard features on the base L trim include LED running lights, Bluetooth connectivity, a 6.1-inch touchscreen, 15-inch steel wheels, LED low-beam headlights and a six-speaker Entune audio system.
The Corolla LE model adds metallic cabin accents and a rearview camera to the sedan, as well as 16-inch wheels, keyless entry and automatic climate control. There are two subtrims available on the LE model, LE Plus and Premium, which add nice luxury items to the Corolla, including alloy wheels, heated front seats, Entune Premium Audio, an integrated navigation system, foglights and a sunroof.
For those who want the most fuel economy out of the sedan, many 2016 Toyota Corolla reviews recommend the LE Eco trim, which sports a unique and efficient engine option, low-rolling-resistance tires, enhanced aerodynamics and a rear spoiler. Plus and Premium subtrims can also be added to the LE Eco.
The sporty, range-topping Corolla S model boasts a lot of fun features, including a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a chrome exhaust tip, sport front seats, color-keyed mirrors, sporty instrumentation and a Sport driving mode. Along with Plus and Premium, the new S Special Edition subtrim is now available with everything from an all-black interior with red contrast stitching and Special Edition badging to red interior accents and 17-inch alloy wheels.
Under the hood, the 2016 Toyota Corolla in Arlington works off of a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that generates a very nice 132 horsepower. The LE Eco's more unique powertrain includes the standard four-cylinder, but adds Toyota's Valvematic variable valve timing system.
For even more information on the newest version of the Corolla, continue browsing our 2016 Toyota Corolla review below.