Toyota released official US pricing for the 2014 Corolla sedan. The Japanese model starts from $16,800 and comes with LED headlamps, Bluetooth connectivity and eight airbags.
Next up is the LE variant which begins at $18,300 and benefits from cruise control, keyless entry, climate control and a premium audio system.
The LE Plus model gets larger alloy wheels, new seats and fog lights. A more frugal Corolla LE Eco is priced at $18,700 and promises a highway fuel consumption of 42mpg.
The Toyota Corolla S starts at $19,000 and brings a series of styling tweaks, new wheels, leather steering wheel, piano black instrument panel, paddle shifter and new seats.
“The Corolla lineup offers a vehicle for broad range of customers, from the familiar value-minded to shoppers seeking a more premium compact car,” says the company.