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What makes the Toyota Corolla 50th Anniversary Edition special

Being based on the Corolla SE (Special Edition), the 50th Anniversary is a well-equipped vehicle even before the special add-ons that come with the limited edition. Standard exterior features include LED low-beam headlamps with halogen high beams, LED daytime running lights, integrated fog lamps, front grille surround with Piano Black insert, body-colored and heated side mirrors, body-colored door handles, rear trunk lid spoiler, Gloss Black 17-inch alloy wheels, chrome-tipped exhaust, and variable intermittent windshield wipers. On top of that, the 50th Anniversary package adds Complex-LED headlamps, a "50th Anniversary" badge, and machine-finished wheel with Dark Gray inserts instead of the standard Gloss Black rollers. A moonroof is available, while paint options are limited to three exclusive finishes: Black Cherry, Classic Silver, and Blizzard Pearl.

Inside, the compact comes equipped with a seven-inch touchscreen, Entune Audio Plus with Connected Navigation, a 4.2-inch TFT instrument cluster, and black seats, steering wheel, shift boot and center armrest with Black Chery contrast stitching. The dashboard and the door trim also feature Black Cherry accents, while the floor mats get 50th Anniversary Edition logos. Toyota also offers a Smart Key system with push button start. In addition to these features, the 50th Anniversary also benefits from the SE’s standard equipment, including automatic climate control with dust and pollen filter, integrated backup camera with projected path, six-way adjustable driver’s seat and four-way adjustable front passenger seat, 60/40 split fold-down seat bench, sport instrument cluster, power door locks, power windows, and day/night rearwiew mirror.

Under the hood, the 50th Anniversary comes with the same 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine offered in the Corolla SE. The four-pot cranks out 132 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque and mates to a CVTi-S transmission. The independent MacPherson front suspension, torsion beam rear suspension, electric power steering, and 10.8-inch front disc brakes and nine-inch rear drum brakes remain unchanged.

Pricing is not yet available, but the 50th Anniversary edition should cost more than the SE it is based on. The latter retails from $20,635, a $3,300 premium over the entry-level Corolla L model.

Toyota Corolla

Launched for the 2014 model year in the United States, the eleventh-generation Corolla received a new, sportier design and a body that’s four inches longer and a half-inch wider compared to its predecessor. The redesigned interior ditched the previous hard plastic in favor of softer surfaces, a more modern layout, a multi-function steering wheel, and Toyota’s latest technology. Two engines were offered Stateside, both in 1.8-liter four-cylinder configuration. One generates 132 horsepower and 128 pound-feet, while the other sends 140 horses and 126 pound-feet to the wheels. The former mates to either a six-speed manual, four-speed automatic or CVTi-S, while the latter gets only the manual and the CVT. The base model returns 25 mpg in the city and 34 mpg on the highway, figures that improve to 27 mpg in the city and 40 mpg on the highway in the Eco model.

Read our full review on the Toyota Corolla here.

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  • Engine & Performance

    • Engine

      • Engine Specification

        • Power 97 kW
        • Horsepower 132 hp
        • Horsepower 130 bhp
        • Rev. at Max Power 6400
        • Torque 160
        • Torque 118
        • Rev. at Max Torque 4400
      • Configuration Combustion

        • Internal Combustion Engine
          • Displacement 1.6 l
          • Displacement 1598 cc
          • Cylinders 4 Cyl.
          • Valves per Cylinder 4 V per Cyl.
          • Bore 80.5 mm
          • Stroke 78.5 mm
          • Compression Ratio 10.7 :1
          • Engine Configuration Inline
          • Supercharger
          • Turbocharger
          • Synchronization Timing Chain
      • Configuration Electric

    • Transmission & Drivetrain

      • Drivetrain Two Wheel Drive
        • Type of Two Wheel Drive FWD
      • Transmission Automatic Manual
          • Type of Automatic Continuously variable
      • Number of Gears 6
    • Fuel

      • General

        • Fuel Petrol
        • Tank Volume 55
      • Fuel Consumption NEDC

        • City 7.3 – 8
        • Highway 4.6 – 4.9
        • Combined 5.6 – 6
      • Emission NEDC

        • CO₂, Combined 129 – 139
      • Emission

    • Brakes

      • Parking Brake Manual
      • Front Brakes Disc Brakes
      • Rear Brakes Disc Brakes
    • Performance

      • Top Speed 190 – 200 km/h
      • Acceleration, 0-100 km/h 10 – 11.1 sec
  • Dimensions & Weight

    • Exterior

      • Length 4620
      • Width 1775
      • Height 1465
      • Track, Front 1525
      • Track, Rear 1520
      • Wheel Base 2700 mm
      • Turning Circle 11.4
    • Weight

      • Curb Weight 1270 – 1280
      • Gross Weight 1770
      • Max Trailer Load, braked 12% 1300 kg
      • Max Trailer Load, unbraked 450 kg
      • Cargo Capacity 490 – 500
      • Max Roof Load 75 kg
      • Max Towbar Download 55 kg
  • Exterior

    • Chassis & Body

      • Chassis

      • Doors

      • Platform

        • Toyota Platform MC Platform
    • Equipment

      • Side Mirrors

        • Folding ElectricalManual
        • Turning Signal
      • Windows

        • Window Lifts, Front Powered
        • Window Lifts, Rear Powered
        • Heat-Insulating Windows
          • Front
          • First Row
          • Second Row
          • Rear
        • Tinted Windows
          • Front
          • Second Row
          • Rear Window
      • Other Equipment

        • Tow Hitch Tow Hitch
    • Lights

      • Main Beam Halogen
      • Low Beam Halogen
      • Fog Lights
    • Colour

      • Colour BlackBlueGreyRedSilverWhite
    • Rims & Tires

      • Number of Bolts 5
      • Bolt Distance 114.3
      • Nut/Bolt Dimensions M12x1.5
      • Central Bore (CB) 60.1
      • Fastening Type Lug Nuts
      • Tightening Torque 103
      • Rim Type Disc Wheel
      • Rims

        • Rim size, front 16 – 20
        • Rim size, rear 16 – 20
        • Rim Width, Front 6 – 7
        • Rim Width, Rear 6 – 7
        • Offset (ET), Front 45
        • Offset (ET), Rear 45
      • Tires

        • Tire width, front 205 – 225
        • Tire width, rear 205 – 225
        • Tire ratio, front 30 – 55
        • Tire ratio, rear 30 – 55
        • Tire Pressure, front (bar) 2.2
        • Tire Pressure, rear (bar) 2.2
        • Weight Index, Front 91
        • Weight Index, Rear 91
        • Speed Index V
  • Interior

    • Equipment

      • Instrument Cluster

        • Trip Computer
        • Tachometer Analogue
      • Audio & Communication

        • Connectivity

          • Radio
          • Media Format CDMP3WMA
          • Media Inputs AUXUSB
          • Bluetooth
        • Displays

          • Center Display
          • Center Display Controls Touchscreen
      • Climate Control

        • Climate Control AutomaticManual
        • Air Condition
        • Outside Temperature Indicator
    • Steering Wheel

      • Multifunction Steering Wheel
    • Seats

      • General

      • Front Seats

      • Back Seat

        • Second Seat Row

          • Second Seat Row
        • Third/Fourth Seat Row

      • Colour & Material

        • Upholstery FabricLeather
    • Trunk

      • Total Trunk Volume 452 l
      • Rear Trunk
      • Front Trunk
  • Features

    • Comfort Features

      • Keyless Entry
      • Keyless Start
      • Cruise Control
    • Other Features

  • Safety & Security

    • Airbags

      • Frontal Airbag
      • Side Head Airbag
      • Side Chest
      • Side Pelvis Airbag
      • Knee
      • Airbag cut-off Switch
    • Seat Belt

      • Belt Pretensioner
      • Belt Load Limiter
      • Seat Belt Reminder
    • Assist Systems

      • Electronic Stability Control
      • Speed Assist
      • Hill Start Assist
    • Brake Systems

      • Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
      • Traction Control System (TCS)
      • Electronic Brake Assist (BA/EBA)
    • Sensors

      • Parking Sensors
      • Rain Sensors
    • Child Protection

    • Other Features

      • Immobiliser
      • Central Locking
    • Safety Testing

      • Euro NCAP

        • Test Year 2013
        • Adult Occupant 94 %
        • Child Occupant 82 %
        • Vulnerable Road Users 67 %
        • Safety Assist 66 %
        • Overall 5
      • NHTSA

        • Overall Safety Rating 5
        • Overall Frontal Rating 5
        • Overall Side Rating 5
        • Rollver 4
        • Frontal Crash

          • Front Driver Side 5
          • Front Passenger Side 4
        • Side Crash

          • Side Crash, Driver 5
          • Side Crash, Passenger 5
          • Front Seat Rating 5
          • Combined Rear Seat Rating 5
          • Side Barrier Rating 5
          • Overall Side Pole Star Rating 5
        • Rollover

          • Rollover Resistance 11.8 %
  • Other

    • Warranty

      • Manufacturer 100000 km
      • Manufacturer 3 years
      • Body Protection 3 years
      • Paintwork 3 years
      • Rust Damage 12 years
      • Roadside Assistance
        • Roadside Assistance 3 years
    • Identification

      • VIN Location PillarPassenger Seat
      • Car Classification

        • American Classification Compact Car
        • British Classification Small Family Car
        • Australian Classification Small Car
        • European Segment C-Segment
        • Car.info Classification Medium Family Car
      • Spare Parts BETA

        • Bulb Types

          • Main Beam HB3
          • Fog Light, Front H16
          • Rear/Brake Light W3×16d (W21W)
          • Reversing Light W2.1×9.5d
          • Turn Indicators, Side W2.1×9.5d
          • Turn Indicators, Rear W3×16d (W21W)
          • License Plate Light W2.1×9.5d
    • Specific Car Data

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    Historically reliable and relatively affordable, the Toyota Corolla is a prudent but unexciting choice among compact sedans. Celebrating 50 years of global sales, the Corolla enters 2017 with a host of changes that continue to appeal to consumers’ sensibilities, if not their fervor.

    Notably, all 2017 Corolla sedans—from the lowliest $19,365 L model to the top-of-the-line XSE model we drove, with its as-tested price of $24,830—come standard with a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, lane-departure alert, lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and automatic high-beam headlights. Oddly, no Corolla offers blind-spot monitoring.

    Complementing the 2017 Corolla sedan’s additional safety systems, its refreshed exterior styling brings redesigned headlights, taillight covers, and an updated front fascia replete with a nose seemingly modeled after the schnoz on Squidward, the SpongeBob SquarePants cartoon character. The SE and XSE are new for 2017, supplanting last year’s S, and wear a more ungainly mug that includes Toyota Mirai–like details such as large faux brake-cooling ducts and vertical LED daytime running lights.

    Changes abound inside, too. The updated Corolla sedan incorporates a new touchscreen infotainment interface and an updated gauge cluster as well as a dashboard resembling that found in the hatchback Toyota Corolla iM (a separate model, previously sold as the Scion iM), which brings to the sedan’s interior circular outboard air vents and redesigned automatic climate controls.

    Same As It Ever Was

    For all the updates, the compact sedan’s mechanicals carry over unchanged. Almost all Corollas use a 1.8-liter inline four-cylinder that produces 132 horsepower and 128 lb-ft of torque. The LE Eco trim brings Valvematic continuously variable intake-valve lift and phasing that grants the 1.8-liter an additional 8 horsepower but 2 lb-ft less torque. A continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) is standard across the board; a six-speed manual transmission is an option only on the SE.

    As with previous CVT-equipped Corollas we’ve tested, this XSE’s straight-line performance proved lackluster. Getting it up to 60 mph took a lethargic 9.5 seconds, and the quarter-mile required 17.4 seconds at 82 mph—exactly the same times we managed in a 45-pound-lighter CVT-equipped Corolla S that took part in a 2014 compact-sedan comparison test. Those looking for a more lively performance should consider the SE with a manual transmission, as a stick-shift 2016 Corolla S we tested needed only 8.5 seconds to make its way to 60 mph and 16.7 seconds to reach the quarter-mile mark. Even in that form, though, the Corolla is markedly slower than rivals such as the Honda Civic and the Mazda 3.

    The Corolla’s limited power is accompanied by other compromises, too, including subpar fuel economy. We measured just 26 mpg in mixed driving; the EPA city rating is 28 mpg, and the big number on the window sticker, the combined figure, is 31 mpg. On our 200-mile highway fuel-economy test at a steady 75 mph, the Corolla burned 32 mpg, well off the EPA’s 35-mpg highway rating. It takes a heavy right foot to keep the Toyota on the boil, and the CVT exacerbates the issue by holding revs at a droning 3000 to 4000 rpm in most acceleration situations. While the unit mimics a traditional automatic by dropping the revs to provide the sensation of a gearchange, the revs remain fairly high during part-throttle operation to generate the necessary power.

    Getting Jiggly with It

    In mid-2014, we derided the then new Corolla for lacking the inherent sturdiness found in Toyotas past. It’s no better today, with doors that still slam with a hollow thud and a chassis that continues to jiggle over bumps and roadway undulations, a sensation heightened by this stiff-legged XSE’s 17-inch wheels and tires. Although the Firestone FR740 tires give the car the grip to achieve a competitive 0.82 g in our skidpad test, the Toyota’s choppy ride simply felt harsh, not sporty. Worse, its overboosted and uncommunicative steering fails to cash the check the sporty body add-ons write.

    The 2957-pound compact needed 183 feet to stop from 70 mph, some 15 feet longer than the Chevrolet Cruze sedan, and the brake pedal feels mushy in its travel. The XSE test car does have four-wheel disc brakes, a feature shared only with the SE; all other Corolla sedans rely on rear drum brakes.

    Along with its better brakes and racier exterior trim, our Corolla XSE test car also included standard amenities such as a power sunroof, faux leather seats, heated and power-adjustable front seats, a proximity key with push-button start, and more in its $23,545 base price. Adding to the bottom line were a handful of accessories such as body-side moldings, mud guards, doorsill plates, and a full interior mat set, costing a total of $760. A premium audio system with navigation tacked on an extra $525. The XSE’s new 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system replaces last year’s 6.1-inch unit (a new 6.1-inch touchscreen is used in L, LE, LE Eco, and SE models). While the larger display size is appreciated, the multimedia system continues to lag behind competitors, lacking features such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

    Arguably, the Corolla’s greatest asset is its back seat. With 41.4 inches of rear legroom, the 60/40-split-folding bench provides more stretch-out space than any other sedan in its class, even besting that offered in the mid-size Camry by 2.5 inches. An almost completely flat floor makes even the center seating position relatively habitable.

    Its long list of standard safety features, a reputation for dependability, and its roomy back seat make the Toyota Corolla a shrewd option for consumers who routinely schlep family and friends or who moonlight in the ride-hailing industry. Shoppers in search of modern multimedia technology, passable performance, or any semblance of driving enjoyment, though, will be better served elsewhere.


    VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, front-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door sedan

    PRICE AS TESTED: $24,830 (base price: $23,545)

    ENGINE TYPE: DOHC 16-valve inline-4, aluminum block and head, port fuel injection

    Displacement: 110 cu in, 1798 cc
    Power: 132 hp @ 6000 rpm
    Torque: 128 lb-ft @ 4400 rpm

    TRANSMISSION: continuously variable automatic with manual shifting mode

    Wheelbase: 106.3 in
    Length: 183.1 in
    Width: 69.9 in Height: 57.3 in
    Passenger volume: 97 cu ft
    Trunk volume: 13 cu ft
    Curb weight: 2957 lb

    Zero to 60 mph: 9.5 sec
    Zero to 100 mph: 29.7 sec
    Zero to 110 mph: 43.4 sec
    Rolling start, 5-60 mph: 9.9 sec
    Top gear, 30-50 mph: 4.4 sec
    Top gear, 50-70 mph: 6.1 sec
    Standing ¼-mile: 17.4 sec @ 82 mph
    Top speed (governor limited): 111 mph
    Braking, 70-0 mph: 183 ft
    Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.82 g

    EPA combined/city/highway driving: 31/28/35 mpg
    C/D observed: 26 mpg
    C/D observed 75-mph highway driving: 32 mpg
    C/D observed highway range: 420 mi


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    Now well into its fiftieth year of production, you’d think Toyota has had more than enough time to perfect the Corolla. Indeed, the buying public certainly seems to think the Japanese automaker is doing something right, with over 43 million units sold and eleven generations produced since the model was first introduced in the fall of 1966. In fact, the Corolla is the best-selling nameplate in automotive history, which you might think is reason enough to celebrate with something new and wild. Thing is, Toyota isn’t really looking to fix something that ain’t broke, which means 2017 brings slight tweaks to the Corolla’s exterior styling, new gear for the interior, and a limited-run 50th Anniversary Special Edition model. However, the biggest upgrade is in the safety department, where the Corolla now boasts a raft of upgraded technology as standard across the line.

    I recently got a chance to drive the 2017 Corolla in Ojai, California, and I walked away feeling content, but uninspired. You see, the Corolla is a very solid little compactsedan. It does everything it’s supposed to do – it’s comfortable, well equipped, and with a huge range of trim levels on offer, affordably priced for pretty much any budget. But it’s quite telling when the biggest news is nestled away in the safety section of a review…

    Continue reading to learn more about the 2017 Toyota Corolla.

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