Toyota Corolla 2013
Toyota Corolla 2013 is hard to describe. This car is intended for everyone, and that’s the biggest advantage njegovoa. If we do not know which car to fit your needs, I think you found it in the Toyota.
The LE is available with two new packages, and the S with three new packages, including a Premium Complete Package, which comes with navigation and Toyota’s new Entune multimedia system and automatic climate control. The North American 2013 Toyota Corolla is already in production in Japan (since July 9); Toyota will begin production at its two North American plants in early August.
The 2013 Toyota Corolla L with a 5 speed manual transmission starts with an MSRP of $16,230. The highest end model, the 2013 Toyota S with a 4 speed automatic transmission, has an MSRP of $19,060.
The 2013 Toyota Corolla in Central Florida has a few new changes to its standard lineup. As you know, the Toyota Corolla is available in three different trim levels at Toyota of Orlando: the L, LE, and S. The Toyota Corolla S is the sportiest of the three, offering exterior and interior features geared towards upping the ante in the “cool” department.
All three models will get a flashy new chrome grille to take the appearance up a notch. In the 2013 Toyota Corolla LE and S, you now get Display Audio standard. This means you get a 6.1 inch touch screen audio system that incorporates iPod connectivity, Bluetooth, and convenient hands free capabilities all included in the impressive 2013 Toyota Corolla. Not too shabby, especially when the starting MSRP remains extremely affordable for both models!
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