Sometimes it’s okay to stop and stare. Like when you’re checking out the refreshed 2017 Toyota Corolla. Its sleek shape takes design to the next
level with features like distinctive LED headlights and Daytime Running Lights, available rear combination taillights with LED backup lights, and an
available rear spoiler. What’s more, its available 17-in. alloy wheels add a dynamic presence, ensuring this car’s good looks just can’t be ignored.
Still deciding between the Toyota and a competitor? Here are a few ways in which the 2017 Toyota Corolla SE compares against the 2017 Chevrolet Cruze LT Auto. Starting with comparably equipped price, Comparably Equipped Price on Corolla SE CVT is $1,015 less than the Cruze LT Auto. Concerned with safety? Hill Start Assist Control is Standard on the Corolla SE CVT while Not Available on the Cruze LT Auto, and Front Seat Belt Height Adjuster is Standard on the Corolla SE CVT, whereas Not Available on Cruze LT Auto. Looking for features? Remote Fuel Filler Door Release is Standard on Corolla SE CVT but Not Available on Cruze LT Auto. Also, Automatic Climate Control is Standard on the Corolla SE CVT while Not Available on the Cruze LT Auto. Finally, Corolla SE CVT has Unlimited Anti-Corrosion Warranty Miles while Cruze LT Auto has 100000 Anti-Corrosion Warranty Miles.
These are just a few areas where the Corolla outperforms the Cruze. Learn more in the chart below, or contact a dealer near you today!
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