2014 Toyota Corolla in Naperville Aurora, IL
The worst kept secret in business is if a customer asks for something, it would behoove you to give it to them. Toyota has done exactly that with the unveiling of the 2014 Toyota Corolla. The new 2014 Toyota Corolla in Naperville and Aurora, IL, and will be arriving soon at Toyota of Naperville, has been totally redesigned from the ground up to reflect the growing trend in compact cars where buyers are looking for sportier appearances while still maintaining the world-class fuel-economy that has become a hallmark of the Toyota Corolla nameplate.
For nearly a half century and after nearly 40 million cars sold worldwide, the 2014 Toyota Corolla near Naperville and Aurora, IL is ready to reassert its dominance of the compact car automotive segment. By combining eye-catching design and improving the steering and handling characteristics the 2014 Toyota Corolla, our manufacturing partner has assured one of their most popular vehicles will maintain the attention of customers. This latest version of Toyota Corolla will be almost unrecognizable when placed side by side with its predecessors.
Exciting times ahead for the new Toyota CorollaIn the redesign process, Toyota designers and engineers widened the wheel base less than an inch and made the new Corolla nearly four inches longer to help achieve the desired look. Also the both sets of wheels are set a little wider still to allow for subtly flared wheel wells that lead to the tapered front end. All of that feeds the feeling that the 2014 Toyota Corolla is ready to take off at any moment. LEDs have been smartly used for low-beam headlights, a first for compact cars in the United States, and in taillights and turn signals, furthering the modernized look of the car.
New Corolla look, better Corolla efficiency
The base trim of the 2014 Toyota Corolla will be powered by a 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine and is expected to have a fuel-economy score on par with that of past versions of the popular compact sedan. However, in a concerted effort to always be improving their game, Toyota engineers have come up with a fresh set of ideas. The latest Toyota Corolla will be the company’s first vehicle released in the United States that using continuously variable transmission technology. By using the pulley-based transmission, Toyota is able to mimic the benefit of having a seven-speed transmission while still having the flexibility to have an infinite number of gear ratios.
The total redesign of the 2014 Toyota Corolla would not be complete without some attention being paid to the vehicle’s passenger cabin. The entire interior was re-imagined and rebuilt with more premium materials included. More soft touch surfaces and dash board and center stack that has a distinctly sportier feel and look to it. In fact, all of the trims that will be released and associated with the 2014 Toyota Corolla will have an interior that is long on creature comforts, ensuring drivers and owners will look forward to their driving experience.