For years, the 2016 Toyota Corolla has taken a backseat to its more alluring siblings like the Camry and Avalon. But thanks to its huge redesign two years ago, the Corolla has been living in the limelight. Now in its 11th generation, the new 2016 Toyota Corolla stands a top choice for consumers seeking a sedan that provides an excellent blend of fuel economy, features, and versatility.
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The 2016 Toyota Corolla offers many strengths that consumers can ooh and aah over, but most of its boast-worthy strengths can be found in its interior. Consumers love the overall design that is fresh and edgy and shows off a stylish dash with sporty flourishes throughout, like an eye-catching asymmetrical shifter surround and sport three-spoke steering wheel.
Space is one of the 2016 Corolla's most impressive strengths. It sports a 3.9-inch-longer wheelbase than previous model years, which equals to more head- and legroom, especially for rear passengers. Trunk space is also abundant. While average in size, its wide opening makes for easy loading and unloading of cargo items.
Consumers also love how user-friendly the Corolla's technology is. The standard 6.1-inch touchscreen interface, for instance, responds quickly to user inputs and features large, virtual buttons and clear, simple graphics.
The Corolla shows off an awarding model lineup for 2016. Models offer a wide range of content from the most basic items like air conditioning to the most upscale like sunroofs and trip computers. The Corolla LE provides a nice list of features and technology that make it a top choice for consumers. It comes with cruise control, keyless entry, variable intermittent wipers, automatic climate control, and heated mirrors. It also includes a rearview camera for increased safety benefits. Technology offers a bit of everything with Toyota's Entune audio system with 6.1-inch touchscreen, voice controls, six speakers, CD player, USB port, auxiliary audio jack, Siri Eyes Free voice control system, and satellite and HD radio. Consumers also enjoy the Scout GPS link app that displays smartphone navigation via the central touchscreen so getting lost is never an issue.
Safety equipment and features may help keep consumers safe on the road, but the best way to ensure a car is safe during impacts is to make it prove its durability in crash tests. When thrown against the toughest of crash tests, the 2016 Corolla conquered. It was awarded with top scores in categories, such as frontal and side protection, roof strength, and whiplash protection in rear impacts.
For a compact sedan that shines in all areas, check out the 2016 Toyota Corolla. To learn more and take the 4Runner for a test drive, visit our dealership in Washington, PA. We are nearby to Canonsburg and McMurray.