Toyota has finally put a price tag on its U.S.-spec 2014 Corolla which can be yours if you are willing to pay at least $16,800, not taking into consideration the $810 destination charges. For this model you’ll get the base L model that has a 6-speed manual gearbox, LED low-beam headlamps with LED daytime running lights and Bluetooth. Opt for the four-speed automatic gearbox and pricing rises to $17,400. The LE trim kicks off at $18,300 and comes along with cruise control, keyless entry, 6.1-inch Entune touchscreen system, backup monitor and climate control. LE Plus has fog lights, 16-inch rims, while LE Premium will get you Softex seats.
The sportier Corolla S begins at $19,000 and is offered with a more appealing body kit, different suspension setup if you opt for the 17-inch rims, paddle shifter if you select the CVTi-S gearbox, leather steering wheel, supportive sport seats, piano black instrument panel and a sport cluster gauge with TFT meter.
LE Eco is priced at $18,700 and promises to do 42 mpg US on the highway and if you opt for LE Eco Plus you also get fog lights and 16-inch wheels. LE Eco Premium comes bundled with Softex seats which should be more comfortable.