2013 Toyota Corolla US Updates

Nothing new under the bonnet, but perhaps Toyota is right in changing so little about the 2013 Corolla since the sedan has proven so resilient in the US.
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Revisions made to the new model include a revised chrome-accented grille and a new premium package which we’ll get to later in the article.

The second and third trim levels, the LE and S model Corollas now come as standard with the 6.1-inch touch screen, as well as an iPod connector, Bluetooth hands-free, standard six-speaker stereo and USB port.

Both the LE and S are also available with new options packages, called Premium, Premium Interior or Premium Complete packages. The first adds 17-inch alloys, and a power tilt/slide moonroof. The interior package brings automatic headlights, leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls and automatic climate controls, while the last package combines the two.

For 2013, Corrollas will continue to roll out the factory doors with a 1.8-liter engine, good for 132 hp and 128 lb-ft of torque (173 Nm).
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