Legend of the New Corolla
"The World’s Best Selling Car"
Sold in over 150 countries with over 40 million sold worldwide, the Toyota Corolla has earned its position as "The World’s Best Selling Car”.
The all-new Corolla inherits 47 years of Corolla DNA, building on the model’s legendary quality, durability and reliability while offering a significant step change in its design, best in class fuel economy, enhanced driving dynamics and class leading safety features such as 7 airbags including a driver’s knee airbag.
The highly anticipated 11th generation version of the world’s best-selling car, the Toyota Corolla, will be available in Ireland from July 31st, 2013.
Strong New Design
Expressive, sophisticated & contemporary
The all-new Corolla’s exterior design embodies the evolution of Toyota’s new design language with a more sophisticated and contemporary look. A more chiselled front end, larger lower grille and a longer wheel base makes a strong design statement.
With LED Daytime Running Lights as standard, the New Corolla has its curves in all the right places while providing the driver greater visibility.
Room for One More
Greater room all round
On the inside, the new Corolla has an enhanced rear passenger environment including increased rear legroom, thanks to a longer wheelbase which has been extended by 100mm.
The new Corolla also features more comfortable seats and increased luggage capacity so 5 adults can travel together in comfort.
Fuel Economy & Co2 emissions
The interior of the New Corolla has a premium edge with a soft touch finished dashboard. It features a myriad of in-car technologies including the 2nd generation of the Toyota Touch, a 6.1” full colour, touch-screen multimedia system with a rear reversing camera and Bluetooth.
In keeping with Toyota’s position as having the lowest fleet wide CO2 in Europe, the Corolla has a revised, Euro 5+ compliant engine line-up with best in class fuel economy and CO2 emissions.
Pre-Order the Corolla Brochure
Be one of the first to receive the All New Corolla brochure when it is hot off the presses on August 1st.
The images shown may not reflect the final Irish specification and equipment.