Read about 2016 Corolla for the Evansville area
Everyone's favorite compact car, the Toyota Corolla, is back in action for 2016. For the new model year, the sedan comes with upgraded Entune multimedia systems across the lineup that offer all-new features aimed to enhance the overall in-car experience. Additionally, a brand-new Corolla Special Edition model has joined the 2016 Toyota Corolla lineup, catering to buyers who want a Corolla with a little extra flair and luxury. To find out information about this new model and to discover more details about the latest Corolla, read over our comprehensive 2016 Toyota Corolla review below.
All-new 2.5 versions of the sedan's signature Entune multimedia systems can now be found on the 2016 Toyota Corolla in Evansville. Each version offers Siri Eyes Free mode this year, which allows drivers with iPhones to easily access Siri from the dashboard. Aside from this new benefit, LE, LE Eco and S models equipped with Entune Audio Plus now offer Connected Navigation Scout GPS Link, a system that uses a driver's cell phone to provide navigation within the cabin. The App Suite 2.5 also comes with Slacker Radio this year, which replaces Bing with Destination Search.
Fresh on the scene for 2016 is the new Corolla Special Edition model, which sports 17-inch alloy wheels with a black gloss finish, a black interior with red contrast stitching, a red accented dash and trim, unique badging and floor mats, a Smart Key System with pushbutton start, and three exterior paint colors: Black Sand Pearl, Absolutely Red and Super White. Each of these components separates the SE model from the standard Corolla and gives it a unique appearance.
A 1.8L four-cylinder engine is the only powerplant offered on the 2016 Toyota Corolla in Evansville. On all models aside from the LE Eco, the engine generates 132 horsepower and 128 lb.-ft. of torque. Paired with Toyota's Valvematic variable value timing on the LE Eco, the engine delivers 140 horsepower and 126 lb.-ft. of torque. Either a six-speed manual transmission, four-speed automatic or continuously variable transmission can be matched with the four-cylinder engine. Each one also helps the model produce first-class EPA ratings that allow drivers to save money on fuel.
If you'd like to learn more about the Corolla and its offerings, continue browsing our 2016 Toyota Corolla review.