Toyota Announces Pricing for 2014 Corolla

2014 Toyota Corolla starts at $16,800

Aug 27 2013, 12:30pm CDT | by

Toyota Announces Pricing for 2014 Corolla

Toyota has unveiled the official pricing for its new 2014 Corolla. The 2014 Corolla will come in four versions including L, LE, S, and LE Eco with some grades featuring Plus and Premium versions. The L featuring a six-speed manual transmission starts at $16,800. The same L using a four-speed automatic is $17,400.

The base price vehicles include LED low beam headlights, Bluetooth connectivity, Whiplash-injury-lessening seats, and eight airbags. The LE will start at $18,300 and features a backup monitor, climate control, cruise, and a 6.1-inch touchscreen audio system.

The sporty S version starts at $19,000 featuring unique exterior styling and suspension along with the CVT transmission. The LE Eco starts at $18,700.

 
 
 

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