2023 Toyota Corolla Exterior

What's New For The 2023 Toyota Corolla?

For the 2023 Toyota Corolla, the upgrades are minor but essential. There are more safety features, including new sensors for self-driving cars. The new model also has a better weight distribution, which should improve handling. And finish off, Toyota is also updating its infotainment system, which should be easier and more intuitive.

What Are The 2023 Corolla Trims And Features?

The 2023 Toyota Corolla comes in 6 main trims: the LE, Hybrid LE, SE, Hybrid SE, Hybrid XLE, and XSE. The Hybrid XLE and the XSE trims include redesigned 7-inch gauge clusters and headlights. Additionally, the XSE sedan comes with a new diffuser and fresh 18-inch gloss graphite wheels. They also get visual tweaks like LED daytime driving lights and a streamlined dashboard with soft-touch materials. The Hybrid trims include a new 8-inch display and a new engine sound system.

The new features for the 2023 Toyota Corolla include updated sensors for self-driving cars, a more ingenious infotainment system with better GPS, and a heads-up display. A wireless Qi charger is also standard on all trims, allowing charging without plugging in. Android Auto and Apple Car-Play are standard on most cars, and push-button starts with an intelligent key.

2023 Toyota Corolla Interior

How Much Horsepower Does The 2023 Corolla Have?

The Corolla has an automatic transmission and gets 30 mpg city and 42 mpg highway. The engine is a 2.0 liter 4 cylinder engine that cranks out 169 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque. All-wheel hybrid sedans hit 60 mph in 9.0 seconds and run the quarter mile in 16.9 seconds at 74 mph.

What Safety Features Does The 2023 Corolla Include?

The 2023 Toyota Corolla offers several safety features, including front and side collision warning, new sensors for self-driving cars, and lane-keep assist. Blind-spot monitors are standard on all trims and come with rear-view alerts and a backup camera. Steering wheel controls allow for hands-free calling, SMS texting, or navigation system use. Belt tensioners help reduce whiplash injuries, and airbags are standard on all trims, including side curtain airbags. The front of the 2023 Corolla has a compression strength of 5,000 newtons. The body itself is made of super-high-strength steel and has an energy-absorbing floor.

In conclusion, the 2023 Toyota Corolla offers modest upgrades in a significant segment. The new Corolla is perfect for first-time car buyers and families looking for an affordable, reliable vehicle. If you have more inquiries, you can visit our dealership in Richardson, TX.



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