Toyota has disclosed pricing information for the 2014 U.S.-spec Corolla which kicks off at 16,800 USD (excluding 810 USD destination fee).
The entry-level L version comes with a six-speed manual gearbox but an optional four-speed automatic is available from 17,400 USD. Standard equipment includes Bluetooth, LED low-beam headlamps with LED DRLs, eight airbags and whiplash-injury-lessening front seats.
LE begins at 18,300 USD and adds keyless entry, cruise control, 6.1-inch touchscreen Entune Audio system, climate control and backup monitor. In addition, fuel economy is improved thanks to the more efficient CVTi-S transmission. Toyota is offering the new LE Plus trim which includes 16-inch alloys and fog lights, along with LE Premium that packs Softex seats.
For 19,000 USD you can get the Corolla S that comes with a sportier body kit, different suspension (for 17-inch wheels), paddle shifters (for CVTi-S), supportive sport seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel, sport cluster gauge with TFT meter and piano black instrument panel.
There's also the LE Eco variant from 18,700 USD which will do 42 mpg on the highway, while LE Eco Plus extends the list of equipment with 16-inch alloys, fog lights, Eco driving mode and chrome beltline. Opt for LE Eco Premium and you also get Softex seats.
Full details are available in the press release area.