The 2016 Toyota Corolla is a five-passenger compact sedan available in four main trim levels: L, LE, LE Eco and S. All but the Lord also offered Plus and sub-trims Premium. There is a limited-production S Special Edition that slots between S Plus and Premium models.
The standard features of Toyota Corolla L are 15-inches steel wheels, LED low-beam and Halogen lamps high beams, LED running lights, powered accessories, air-conditioning, a tilt wheel-and-telescoping steering auxiliary controls, a ages way adjustable driver seat and four-way passenger front seat, 60/40-split folding rear seat, Bluetooth connectivity and an Antun audio system and the 6.1-inch touchscreen, voice controls, six speakers, a CD player, USB port, an auxiliary audio jack, iPhone users, Siri Eyes Free voice control system.
The Toyota Corolla S Plus upgrade provides 17-inch alloy wheels, firmer suspension tuning, rear disc brakes and a device for the sunroof and Driver Convenience package. There is a transmission six-speed version of the manual S Plus the cost shifters lever, but you get a Driver Convenience package as standard. The S Premium starts machines S Plus and shares the preparation of the other models Premium.
The Toyota Corolla S Special Edition, marking the 50th anniversary of Corolla, starts with the standard equipment of the S Plus with the CVT and adds seventeen-inches alloys and black finish, Special Edition edging, keyless entry and ignition and all the interior, black with red contrast stitching and red accents instrument panel. Despite the sporty, will be available with a manual transmission. The sunroof and Antun Premium audio-alone options on the S Special Edition.
2016 Toyota Corolla Interior
Inside, Toyota Corolla’s easily one of the most interesting day. It’s obvious that the designers were given free rein to a more relaxed this time, and the result is the reasonably stylish dashboard, accented by booming un-Corolla-like such a contoured sportily steering wheel and the eye-catching asymmetrical shifter is surrounded. The top priority remains easy to use, so the various audio interfaces employ the tried-and-true knobs for volume and tuning while the LE-and-up automatic climate control system offers a large handle and a few foolproof buttons.
Another pleasant surprise is the standard 6.1-inch touchscreen interface, which provides a large virtual button and a simple, clear graphics. The screen responds to ideas, and generous feature set offering car economy. The available Antun App Suite integrates smartphone-connected services from Bing, Facebook, Yelp, and Pandora, among others, and data traffic in real-time and sports and stock information. Note that the start and Antun App Suite requires that you install the app on your phone and register an account.
The seats Toyota Corolla’s sufficient to provide comfort and often, especially in the seats trims S ‘better-bolstered, although some may wish for more lumbar support. Also, long-legged drivers could use a range of more telescoping wheel steering. Because of a wheelbase 3.9 inches longer than the Corolla in the previous generation, the current car offers the most legroom up a little more than most sedans, if not the money for a period of headroom. The middle rear position is made more hospitable down almost flat, where you do not have a traditional “knee.” Trunk volume at 13 cubics but the trunk opening facilitates loading and unloading.
2016 Toyota Corolla Engine
The 2016 Toyota Corolla is powered by 1.8L engine comes in two versions. On all trim levels except the LE Eco, generate 132 horses and 128 pound-feet of torque. Engine The LE Eco’s version of the more decisive and Toyota Valvematic variable value and makes a little more power, check out at 140 hp and 126 lb-ft of torque.
The Toyota Corolla L comes with manual transmission and 6-speed, offering a 4-speed automatic as an option. One of the trims includes variable transmission (CVT) while S Plus can be ordered in the manual 6-speed. In performance testing, Toyota Corolla LE Eco sauntered to 60 mph in 9.2 seconds, comparable to the CVT-equipped Honda Civic but almost a full second behind the Mazda 3.
2016 Toyota Corolla Safety
All 2016 Toyota Corollas come standard with stability and traction control and greenhouse brakes and brake assist. And standard front side airbags, front and rear side curtain airbags, a driver knee airbags passenger seat cushion airbag. A camera rearview standard on all trims except the Toyota Corolla L. Note that most of the 2016 Corollas for the rear drum brakes, S Plus, S Special Edition and S Premium trims improve rear discs. In brake testing, a Corolla LE Eco and rear drums stopped from 60 mph in 130 feet, a longer-than-average.