Review of 2014 Toyota Corolla uncovered specs

We already know what the new 2014 Toyota Corolla will look like, as well as the fact that it will be out later this year, but that’s all we knew. However, all that has changed thanks to some leaked news on the Internet. It seems as though a few Toyota dealers have not been able to keep their mouths shut.

Car and Driver has been doing some snooping around, and it seems as though they have built up a picture of some of the 2014 Toyota Corolla specs, well that and because these dealers left a few details of the new Corolla on their websites before being taken down.

If we are to believe the leak then the 2014 Corolla will sport a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine, although this unit will run sweeter thanks to Toyota’s Valvematic continuously variable valve timing. The base model will now come with either six-speed manual or four-speed automatic.

We’re not too certain of the performance figures or the 2014 Toyota Corolla MPG figures, but we do know the current model produces 132 horsepower and delivers 27 mpg city and 34 miles per gallon highway. However, because the current model only has a five-speed manual, we expect those figures to be a little better with the newer Corolla.

The 2014 Toyota Corolla interior will vary depending on which trim level you choose; these will include the LE, S and Eco. However, we do know that several improvements have been made to the interior, such as Softex leather, built-in GPS and even push-start ignition. From what we can see the 2014 Toyota Corolla review should be a positive one, but it’s always hard to tell.

Toyota has yet to confirm these details, but hopefully they will soon, by which time they should also give details of the 2014 Toyota Corolla release date.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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