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Specifications and price of Toyota Corolla 2021




 Extensive list of standard progressed safety features 


Easy-to-use controls 


Agreeable ride quality 


High efficiency 


Cons 


What's going on 


Toyota redesigned the Corolla last year, giving this normally capable yet dull small sedan a truly necessary update. The new Corolla acquired a considerable measure of style without losing the significant levels of solace and effectiveness it's known for. 


Changes are not many for the 2021 Toyota Corolla. The biggest one is the new Zenith Version. This trim level's redesigned suspension, as well as discretionary sticky summer execution tires, should liven up the Corolla's taking care of. In general, the Corolla merits considering alongside other top of the line rivals such as the Honda Municipal, Kia Strength and Mazda 3. 


Which Corolla does Edmunds suggest? 


The Corolla is a model of moderateness and proficiency. However, at a small cost increase over the base L or LE trim level, we'd take the SE trim. We like the more impressive motor and its more drawn out list of standard features. It also gives you greater adaptability for adding options. 


Toyota Corolla models 


The 2021 Corolla is offered in five fundamental trim levels: the L, LE, XLE, SE and XSE. Moreover, there's also the SE Nightshade and the new-for-2021 Summit Version. All Corollas are front-wheel-drive. 


Some options, such as an overhauled sound system, keyless section and back cross-traffic alert, are packaged in packages for several trim levels. Toyota's Safety Sense 2.0 suite of driver aids, which includes path takeoff cautioning and forward collision notice with programmed crisis slowing down, is standard. Highlight highlights include: 



Starts you off with: 


139-horsepower 1.8-liter four-chamber motor 


Continuously factor programmed transmission (CVT) 


Driven headlights 


15-inch wheels 


Force entryway locks 


7-inch touchscreen 


Apple CarPlay and Android Auto similarity 


All Corollas also accompany: 


Forward collision moderation (warns you of a looming collision and applies the brakes in specific scenarios) 


Path takeoff cautioning (alerts you if the vehicle begins to float out of its path) 


Versatile cruise control (maintains a driver-set distance between the Corolla and the car in front) 


LE 


Adds a couple of more features, with: 


Warmed side mirrors 


Programmed environment control 


USB port for back passengers 


8-inch touchscreen 


XLE 


Adds a couple of premium features: 


Updated Drove headlights 


16-inch composite wheels 


Far off keyless section with push-button start 


Vulnerable side checking 


Sunroof 


Redesigned driver data display 


Warmed front seats 


Force adjustable driver's seat 


Simulated calfskin upholstery 


SE 


Has the LE's features yet with: 


2.0-liter four-chamber motor (169 hp, 151 lb-ft) 


Accessible six-speed manual transmission 


18-inch amalgam wheels 


Sportier outside trim accents 


Sport front seats 


SE Nightshade 


Offers one of a kind styling with: 


Power outage outside trim 


Extraordinary 18-inch wheels 


XSE 


Combines the SE and XLE's element upgrades 


Summit Release 


Adds sporty execution to SE and XSE trims with: 


Redesigned suspension components 


Lower ride tallness 


Discretionary summer execution tires 


Dark and bronze outside trim

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