2017 Toyota Corolla facelift comes with updated exterior and interior and draws power from the same 1.8-litre four-cylinder engine
Toyota Corolla has been an unique cars in the world automotive history. The car has been in business for last 50 years, and also it has sold more than 44 million units across the world. To celebrate the iconic car’s 50th anniversary, the Japanese automaker has introduced a special edition model and a facelift version.
The 2017 Toyota Corolla facelift comes with updated exterior and interior, which make the car exciting looking indeed. The facelift version sports new large black front grille, which gives it an aggressive appearance. Also the swept back headlamps come sleek looking. While the L, LE and the LE Eco variants come sporting Bi-LED headlamps, the SE, XSE and XLE variants get complex LED headlamps.
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Apart from these, the Toyota Corolla facelift comes with 16-inch and 17-inch multi-spoke alloy wheel options; while the rear gets a lip spoiler and wrap around taillights. Alongside these, the car is available in 10 different exterior colour options. Inside the cabin also, the Toyota Corolla facelift gets several upmarket features and new interior themes as well.
The interior theme options available inside the 2017 Toyota Corolla facelift include Black/Brown, Almond and Ash/Dark Gray colours. The Softex sport seats come donning premium fabric painted in colour options like Black, Vivid Blue and Orange Zest. Apart from this, the cabin of the 2017 Toyota Corolla facelift comes featuring a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Entune Audio Plus, sunroof etc.
On the safety front, the car gets several features like reverse parking sensors, Toyota Safety Sense-P technology, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Pre-Collision System and pedestrian protection.
Power source of the 2017 Toyota Corolla facelift remains same, but it has been re-tuned. The car draws power from the same 1.8-litre four-cylinder engine, which is mated to a CVT. Instead of 132 HP in the previous model, the facelift version churns out 140 HP of peak power. In US the car is priced at $18,500, which is equivalent to Rs. 12,35,244.