Although the newest Toyota Corolla came out in 2013, the manufacturer decided it was time for a facelift. Everyone, meet the 2017 Corolla, which has been improved both over and under the skin.
The 2017 Corolla sports a new nose: the lower part of the bumper now protrudes at the front, and the central part is now covered in black plastic. The grille is now a pair of angled slots, and the fog lights are housed in a new design.
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Toyota also added safety equipment in all Corollas. Every version gets automatic high beams as well as a precollision system that can detect pedestrians. They also get a lane-keep assist system as well as an adaptive cruise control.
Inside, the 6.1-inch infotainment screen is replaced by a 7-inch unit.
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