US-Spec 2014 Toyota Corolla Pricing Released
As you might already know, the new Toyota Corolla comes in four grades - L, LE, S and the recently introduced LE Eco.
The base model L with a six-speed manual transmission comes at a price of $16,800 while the 4-speed automatic will set you back $17,400. Standard key features include LED lowbeam headlights, LED daytime running lights, Bluetooth connectivity, driver and front passenger Whiplash-Injury-Lessening (WIL) seats and eight airbags.
Going up one notch, the LE starts at $18,300 ($120 more than the outgoing LE) coming with a more upmarket list of features, like a backup monitor, climate control, cruise control, keyless entry and Entune audio system with 6.1-inch touchscreen.
For a more sporty feel, you can get the S grade at $19,000, coming with a more athletic look and feel, with key features like aggressive lower front grille with piano black finish and chrome surroundings, unique suspension tuning available for 17-inch wheel package, sport cluster gauge with TFT meter, piano black decorated instrument panel, supportive sport seats, available paddle shifters and leather steering wheel cover.
The newly introduced Corolla LE Eco trim gets a 140hp Valvematic engine (which is also the most powerful in the range), improved aerodynamics and a unique-tuned CVTi-S gearbox. It comes with a price tag of $18,700 and it is said to offer an EPA rating of 42 mpg on the highway, the best score in class for a gasoline-powered vehicle fitted with an automatic transmission.