2017 Toyota Corolla

2017 Toyota Corolla in Lima, OH

Allan Nott Toyota is very happy to play it role in celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Toyota Corolla. For most of those 50 years, the Corolla has been the bestselling car in the world – a trend that continues today. In addition to launching the upgraded 2017 Toyota Corolla in Lima, OH, Toyota is also releasing a 50th Anniversary version of the new Corolla. The special commemorative edition of the Corolla will be limited to just a few thousand units. Anyone that is interested in owning one should contact an Allan Nott Toyota sales professional today. As for the regular production model, the new 2017 Corolla is being outfitted with a new suite of safety systems and has had its lineup of technology offerings shuffled a bit to make more options available to more owners.

The biggest change to the 2017 Toyota Corolla in Lima, OH is the Toyota Safety Sense system. This new suite of technology is like adding a few additional sets of eyes to help drivers stay out of possibly dangerous situations. There are four separate systems that make up the Toyota Safety Sense suite found in the 2017 Corolla: Pre-collision warning with pedestrian detection, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Lane Departure alert and Automatic High Beams. With these systems, drivers will get automatic alerts when the computer senses the car is drifting into a dangerous situation. Additionally, the Allan Nott Toyota buyers who opt for versions of the compact sedan with Entune Audio Plus and Entune Premium Audio will have a seven-inch touchscreen, up from a 6.1-inch touchscreen.

Toyota Safety Sense Standard Features 50th Anniversary Edition
Pre-Collision System Rear view Camera 17-in. Wheels
Dynamic Radar Cruise Ctrl. Bi-LED Headlights 7-in. Touchscreen
Lane Departure Alert Upgraded Interior SmartKey
Auto. High Beams New Audio Options 50th Anniversary Badges

Performance of the 2017 Corolla

According all available information, the 2017 Toyota Corolla in Lima, OH will have the same popular and efficient powertrain as it did last year. All four trim grades of the 2017 Corolla will have the 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine under the hood. There are three transmissions available. Which one that is available to buyers will depend on which of the trims is chose. The 2017 Corolla L, LE and S trims can have a four-speed automatic, continuously variable transmission or a six-speed manual attached to the efficient engine. The LE Eco version is only available with the CVT. Most versions of the new Corolla will be able to produce 132 horsepower with fuel economy scores from the Environmental Protection Agency approaching 30 miles per gallon in the city and 40 miles per gallon on the highway.