The 2014 Toyota Corolla raced onto the scene with a sporty new look. Its sleek body style and luxurious standard features caused quite a commotion for Toyota enthusiasts. Shoppers considering a new Toyota Corolla wondered which year model would best fit their lifestyle. This quick primer offers a look at the standard features of both the 2013 and 2014 models.
2013 Corolla Interior
The 2013 Toyota Corolla is incredibly practical. It has room for the entire family. The back seat offers plenty of space even for three passengers. The spacious trunk can be expanded thanks to the design of folding rear seats.
The generous standard equipment enhances the value. Standard equipment for the sedan model includes:
- Air conditioning
- Folding rear seats
- Power mirrors
- Satellite ready radio
- Weather gauge
- Power windows and locks
- Remote keyless entry
- Driver’s side height adjustment
- Traction control
- Driver and front passenger side airbags
- Side curtain airbags
Optional equipment is offered. For a sportier look, a moon roof can be added by purchasing a Premium Package. Other optional equipment includes bigger wheels, fog lights, and navigation screen.
2013 Corolla Exterior
The exterior of the 2013 Toyota Corolla offers a look of simple elegance. Additional add-ons are available to customers who want to project a sporty personality. The sleek body styling enhances gas savings by offering 34 miles per gallon for highway use.
2013 Corolla Pricing
The MSRP of a new 2013 Toyota Corolla is a reasonable $17,000.00 for the base model. The sportier model has an MSRP of around $19,000.00. It’s important to note that the Kelly Blue Book predicted the 2013 Corolla to hold an above-average value after five years.
2014 Corolla Interior
The 2014 Toyota Corolla still offers room for five. In fact, the backseat boasts more room than the prior 2013 model. The compact sedan offers an even more incredible ride regardless of commute time. The material used for the interior is new and improved. It offers a plush look and feel for all.
Standard equipment in the 2014 Corolla includes many of the same basic features of the 2013 model, but comes with some notable new features.
In addition to the new interior material, the 2014 Corolla includes LED headlights. Another impressive upgrade is part of the new audio system. The 2014 Corolla includes a USB port that is Apple compatible. It also includes audio controls that are mounted into the steering wheel. It is also hands-free Bluetooth ready.
Optional equipment includes an impressive Entune six speaker audio system and automatic climate control. An optional Driver’s Convenience Package includes navigation and other great applications to enhance your travels.
2014 Corolla Exterior
A sportier look was brought to the forefront for the 2014 Corolla. The sleek design continues to offer great gas mileage of around 37 miles per gallon on the highway. Other great equipment is available with the sportier models such as chrome tipped exhaust and spoiler.
2014 Corolla Pricing
Even with the impressive audio upgrades, sporty body style, and posh new interior lining the 2014 Toyota Corolla comes with a fair MSRP of $17,500.00 for the base sedan. The Corolla S model has an MSRP of around $24,000.00.
Both the 2013 Corolla and the 2014 Corolla have amazing features. Buying a car is a very personal decision. After doing the research, the best way to determine which Corolla would best fit your life is to see them both in person and take each for a test drive. The 2013 and 2014 Corollas are available for a test drive by visiting the friendly folks of Toyota of Killeen.
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