2014 Toyota Corolla to start at $17,610

2014 Toyota Corolla includes a top-end S Plus for $22,110. Among the offerings for 2014, Toyota Corolla offers an LE Eco that gets 42 miles per gallon and a sporty S model with 17-inch allow wheels and leather steering wheel. 

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    Toyota shows off the company's new Corolla in June in Santa Monica, Calif. The 2014 Toyota Corolla will cost anywhere from $17,610 to $22,110 depending on trim.
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Toyota has announced pricing for the 2014 Corolla Range, with an entry point of $17,610 for the Corolla L.

Available in L, LE, S and LE Eco trim lines, Corolla pricing runs from the sub-$18K of the L to $22,110 for a top-end S Plus.

This model features a, six-speed manual transmission, 17-inch alloy wheels, a moonroof, Entune Premium Audio with Navigation and App suite, and Smart Key as standard equipment.

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Even L grade cars come with a reasonable equipment roster, with LED daytime running lights and low-beam headlights, Bluetooth connectivity and eight airbags. Raise the bar to $19,110 and you'll have access to LE trim, with a backup monitor, climate control, cruise, keyless entry and Entune audio.

The S starts at $19,810 and offers a more sporty feel, with a subtle body kit, 17-inch alloy wheels with sport-tuned suspension, different gauges, a smattering of piano black trim, sports seats and a leather steering wheel.

LE Eco offers a new option in the Corolla range. Starting at $19,510, the 42 mpg highway LE Eco uses a new 140-horsepower Valvematic engine, with improved aerodynamics and a specially-tuned CVTi-S continuously-variable transmission.

The CVTi-S gearbox is standard on all Corollas save the S Plus, and the base-model L, which uses a six-speed manual or older 4-speed automatic transmission for $600 extra. A series of Plus and Premium packages are available from grades LE and up, with larger alloy wheels, front fog lights and different trim materials.

All prices above include Toyota's mandatory $810 delivery fee.

 

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