2014 Toyota Corolla Details Revealed
According to an order guide posted on a dealer's website, the next-gen compact car will still be powered by a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine, but the new unit will come with the company’s continuously variable valve timing and lift system (Valvematic). The current engine features VVT-i, which has only variable valve timing.
Moving on, the Japanese automaker won’t ditch the four-speed automatic for the base model, but will offer a new six-speed manual gearbox on the options list. In addition, customers will be able to pick a CVT on higher trim levels.
Speaking of trim levels, it looks like the 2014 Toyota Corolla will be sold in four versions: base, LE, S, and Eco. Other new options that can be selected for the compact include Softex leather, push-button start, and navigation.
Story via Car&Driver