The Long-Term Benefits of the 2017 Toyota Corolla

What’s the difference between car reviewers and you? A lot, in fact. They keep a car for a week, drive dozens of cars each year, and often have access to cars that they can’t even own themselves. You? According to statistics, you’ll own your next car for the next seven to eight years, or lease it for two or three.

What does all of this mean? It means that car reviewers, as much as they may love the 2017 Toyota Corolla, will never be able to fully experience the long-term benefits of this outstanding vehicle. The good news is that the 2017 Corolla is fantastic in the long term; it’s fun to drive, easy on the wallet (thanks to stellar fuel economy), and includes a number of safety features that aren’t available on more expensive cars. And it’ll feel the same way years down the line as it will when you drive it off our lot.

Let’s start with the safety: Toyota Safety Sense™ P. Even on the base 2017 Corolla, you get access to pre-collision braking systems, lane departure warnings with steering assist, radar-based cruise control, and automatic high beams. That’s a lot of bang for the buck.

Looking at the engine, it’s a peppy one, mated to a transmission that will help you get an easy 35 MPG on the highway. Both the exterior and the interior have been updated, so that both passersby and passengers get a look at a modern design. Inside, the materials have been updated with more soft-touch surfaces and some of the best headroom and legroom among any compact.

Safety isn’t the only area where Toyota has improved the technology. Every model comes with LED headlights that show more of the road at night, along with a giant 6.1-inch touchscreen. You can even add navigation and extensive app integration to go along with standard Bluetooth audio and phone streaming.

There’s a lot to like about the 2017 Toyota Corolla, and you’ll miss out if you don’t get behind the wheel of one. Come to our showroom today to learn more about this versatile compact and how it can tick off the boxes on your car wish list.