Working from a concept developed for the first Corolla, the new one shows you can make a car inexpensive without it being cheap. It feels more like a small car than an econobox, as much a smaller as anything else. There is no hybrid version: 27/35 mpg is nothing to sneeze at, hybrid technology isn't inexpensive, and the has that covered.
Younger and older buyers alike appreciate low purchase and operating costs, and previously Corollas have proven reliable and not an expensive car insurance proposition. First-time drivers will do well with straightforward controls, minimal distractions, and standard passive safety equipment, and many older drivers will appreciate the same things for different reasons.
For the ultimate low-budget wheels you turn to the Toyota Corolla base model, but it has manual, wind-up windows and manual door locks. Upgrading to the Corolla LE includes power windows and door locks. If you fancy a fancier interior, the woodgrain trim in the Corolla XLE goes in that direction, although you can't get leather. Finally, there are two sportier models, the Corolla S which looks the part and has some seat and chassis upgrades, and the Corolla XRS which brings a bigger engine, brakes, and tires to the party.
The JB car pages provide engine and transmission specs, as well as gas mileage and dimensions for all 2009 Toyota Corolla versions. In addition, please find information on the various trims of the 2009 Toyota Corolla and their standard equipment and their prices below.
The 2009 Toyota Corolla Sedan is powered by a base 1.8-liter Inline-4 with 132 at 6,000 hp. Also available is a 2.4-liter Inline-4 with 158 at 6,000 hp.
2009 Toyota Corolla Sedan Specs & Features
The 2009 Toyota Corolla Sedan is available in 5 trim levels:
|2009 Toyota Corolla||$15,250|
|2009 Toyota Corolla LE||$16,650|
|2009 Toyota Corolla XLE||$17,550|
|2009 Toyota Corolla S||$16,320|
|2009 Toyota Corolla XRS||$18,760|
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