2016 Toyota Corolla Redesign, Specs and Release Date

The 2016 Toyota Corolla is expected to come with minor changes. Its front-fascia will receive some modifications as well as the grille. In this model year, the Toyota design team is challenged by the company president, Akio Toyoda, to deliver a more emotional driving experience. If this can be accomplished, we are really sure that many potential buyers are going to be attracted to this compact sedan.

2016 Toyota Corolla Design Concept


This vehicle will feature a very stylish exterior with very detailed lines that provide it with good aerodynamics and gives it a more aggressive look from the front side. It also has a sportier look for those who love such looks. It will measure 57.3 inches in height, 182.6 inches long and 70 inches wide. It will have lots of extra vinyl colors that will be brighter and more attractive. However, the colors range is yet to be announced to the public. The mask of the new Corolla will be lowered to the level of the LED headlights and will have sharp edges on both ends as well as have superior lighting. On its rear, it will feature a spoiler and a rear bumper that is meant to be significantly larger than the front bumper. The new 2016 Toyota Corolla will ride on 17 inch aluminum wheels made out of alloy.

2016 Toyota Corolla Prototype Showcased


You can safely anticipate that the L trim will list air conditioning, power accessories, Bluetooth connectivity, LED headlights, a tilting and telescoping steering column, height adjustable driver’s seat, split bench rear seat, and a four-speaker audio system with steering wheel mounted controls, a CD player, and an iPod interface as standard equipment. LE trim adds intermittent windshield wipers, a rearview camera with dash mounted 6-inch LCD monitor, keyless entry, metallic interior accents, an upgraded audio system with six-speakers, automatic climate control, and heated sideview mirrors. The LE plus should make upgraded alloy wheels and fog lamps available with the LE Premium trim possibly yielding premium vinyl seating. The LE Eco is likely to include the features of the LE with a rear spoiler and enhanced aerodynamic improvements. The LE Eco Plus may add chrome belt line trim to the exterior, fog lamps, alloy wheels, and an Eco driving mode with manual select switch, with the Eco Premium trim contributing premium vinyl upholstery. The S trim level will probably add body-colored sideview mirrors with integrated turn signal indicators, a chrome grille, front sport seats, upgraded instrumentation, and a rear spoiler. S Plus trim adds a firmer suspension system, larger alloy wheels, and rear disc brakes, with the S Premium yielding vinyl seating.

2016 Toyota Corolla Interior with Bright Theme


The new 2016 Toyota Corolla will be a good option for those who are mostly considering fuel economy, as announced in Toyota. In addition, we also found out that it will have better quality engine due to the fact that some additional horsepower generated from the engine is applied in it. The engine itself is actually a 1.8L engine that has the ability to make at least 132 horsepower. The car has a 6-speed automatic transmission and it is standard on all variants. Fuel consumption ranges from about 27 miles to 34 miles per gallon. Initial variation, making use of the L, LE and Corolla S designs, produces 132 horse power and 128 lb-ft of torque – not much to boast of civil liberties for energy, but the economic situation of solid energy for the lesson. A handbook 6-speed gearbox offered in the Corolla L and the variation of S, while the 4-speed automatic is available on the Corolla L.

Redesigned 2016 Toyota Corolla Showcased from Rear View

2016 Toyota Corolla Release Date and Price

Release date of the 2016 Toyota Corolla remains unknown at the time being. However, some sources said that its launch timing will due in the second half of 2015 as 2016 model year. Entry-level L model would cost around $18,100, the volume-selling LE commands around $19,990, $20,000 for an LE Eco, and $21,500 for the sporty SE. Toyota is now still busy preparing the car, so there should be more information in the future, stay tuned!

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