The New 2021 Toyota Corolla Sedan edition comes out with five trims levels: L, LE, SE, SE Nightshade Edition, and XLE version. Every Corolla Sedan Trim receive huge update on its exterior and interior design while almost no significant change on Engine System. So With this post, we will find out more details about this 2021 Toyota Corolla Sedan. Let Check it out!
Exterior & Interior Style Design
From the outside, The 2021 Corolla Sedan is simply attractive. With J-shaped LED headlights, a gaping grille, and a handsome rear end that features a faux diffuser and vent-shaped reflectors. 15-inch steel wheels are fitted to the base model, with 16s on the LE trim. All other models feature alloy wheels, with these available in 16-inch (XLE) and 18-inch sizing (SE, SE Nightshade, XSE) with various finishes.
Upper trims also feature chrome twin exhaust tips, while the SE Nightshade version adds numerous black accents to the door handles, mirror caps, badges, and even the shark-fin roof antenna and trunk spoiler. The Apex Edition is a sporty special edition for the new model year and comes with a unique black aero kit with bronze accents, as well as a unique front spoiler, fog light covers, rocker panels, and rear diffuser. A trunk spoiler is optional while unique 18-inch wheels are standard, making for an attractive exterior in this spec.
Toyota really improved the Corolla Sedan Exterior, For the 2021 version. The Company gives 15 exterior colors for Corolla sedan: Super White, Celestite, Black Sand Pearl, Classic Silver Metallic, Barcelona Red Metallic, Blueprint, Blizzard Pearl, Blue Crush Metallic, Blizzard Pearl w/Black Sand Pearl Roof, Classic Silver Metallic w/Black Sand Pearl Roof, Super White w/Black Sand Pearl Roof, Blue Crush Metallic w/Black Sand Pearl Roof, Celestite w/Black Sand Pearl Roof, Blueprint w/Black Sand Pearl Roof, and Barcelona Red Metallic w/Black Sand Pearl Roof.
For the interior, Toyota’s improvement didn’t receive positive feedback from the buyers. Many Said, the exterior style isn’t high point touch, The central touchscreen display sits proudly atop the dash, while a small TFT screen aids the driver. Overall, it looks and feels appealing, and there’s no cause for concern when it comes to building quality. The seats are comfortable too, and the cabin is spacious, although taller individuals may be slightly happier in the front, where some trims offer heated seats.
However, All trim levels of the Corolla sedan seat five individuals in decent comfort, but those over six-feet will only narrowly miss the roof when seated in the back. The seats are inoffensive, although lower trims only come with manual adjustment and have fairly flat cushioning. On the SE and XSE variants, you get sports seats that offer more support without invading comfort, and power-adjustment is available on higher trims with an eight-way adjustment for the driver and a four-way adjustment for the person riding a shotgun. Getting in and out is a breeze too, and there’s plenty of space for long legs at 42/34.8 inches front/rear. In the driver’s seat, the layout is easy to live with and all-round visibility is decent.
Engine System & Performance
For the engine, Toyota gives Corolla sedan two engine options, both of which are four-cylinder motors with no forced induction. The entry-level engine is a 1.8-liter that produces 139 hp and 126 lb-ft, and as you can guess, a 0-60 mph time of fewer than 10 seconds is all you can ask for here. The 2.0-liter is slightly better with its 169 hp and 151 lb-ft of torque, but this engine still only motivates the Corolla to get from 0 to 60 mph in eight seconds. Clearly, the Corolla was never built for top speed. However, what the front-wheel-drive sedan does offer is a comfortable ride along with remarkably good handling. It’s not going to win any autocross events, but it is spritely enough to feel capable, and in an affordable sedan like this, anything more would probably be considered overkill. The only rivals in the segment to offer AWD come from Japanese kin like Mazda and Subaru, whose Mazda 3 and Impreza offerings can drive all four wheels.
2021 Toyota Corolla Sedan MSRP
Speaking about the 2021 Corolla Sedan’s prices, As I mentioned earlier, the sedan available in five trims models, so the MSRP is different from one to the others. The MSRP for the 2021 Corolla Sedan L is $19,925, LE: $20,375, SE: $22,375, SE Nightshade Edition: $23,075, and The MSRP for XLE version is $24,325.