Five things you need to know about the 2017 Toyota Corolla
We've spend some time with the 2017 Toyota Corolla and here are five things that you need to know.
It comes in a 50th anniversary special edition which gives special paint and trim color.
The black cherry pro paint makes it worth the extra $1,500.
The Corolla got a bit of a refresh for 2017 with a new grill and LED head lamps and redesigned wheels but the sheet metal remains the same.
The entertainment system still doesn't have Apple car play or Android auto.
[SOUND] An LE Eco CBT trim line should bring in 40 miles per gallon, thanks to aerodynamic features, a special Eco mode and a low rolling resistance tires Toyota's Safety Sense is standard across all trim lines, so Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Departure warning for everybody.
You can learn more about the latest Corolla in our full video review, and deep dive into the Intune Infotainment system right here on Road Show.
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