Corolla

January 1, 2010

When Toyota redesigned the Corolla for 2009 they brought out something that definitely spoke to many drivers out there. Not only had they redesigned the Corolla to give update styling, they also upgraded safety overall. The Corolla now boasts many new standard safety features, along with new styling cues to create a more sporty compact sedan.

With Toyota’s continuous improvement and advancements in technology we continue to see improvements across the entire Toyota line-up. The Corolla is no exception to this. New standard safety features introduced in the 2009 Corolla include Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and Traction Control (Trac) along with standard Side-Curtain airbags.  And we are certain as innovative features are introduced, they will continue to find their way into the Corolla.

From a comfort and convenience level, all Corolla vehicles now sport an auxiliary audio jack. This is great news for everyone out there with a portable MP3 player – or for those of you out there with a huge collection of tapes! The auxiliary audio jack makes a seamless transition integration for these devices to play through the car stereo with the best quality possible.

Overall, the improvements in the Corolla go beyond these few items. With improved crash test ratings, and customers enjoying this new model – it is no wonder that the Corolla does so well! We at Wilde Toyota would be happy to get into more details on the Toyota Corolla with you, just stop in and see one of our friendly product specialists to learn more!

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