2021 Toyota Corolla Review

The Toyota Corolla has been around since 1966 and is considered to be one of the best-selling cars in the world. In 2016, more than 44 million Corollas have been sold, and that trajectory doesn’t seem to be going down for the 2021 model.

Drivers near Pensacola, FL, Fort Walton Beach, FL, and Daphne, AL, have lots to look forward to with this version of the infamous compact sedan. Along with its high-tech features, the Corolla also has advanced safety options and impressive performance specs. We’ll cover them all for you in this detailed 2021 Toyota Corolla review.

Learn about the vehicle in our review, then contact Bob Tyler Toyota to view it in person.

Cutting-Edge Tech in the Corolla

Inside the 2021 Toyota Corolla is one of three infotainment systems:

  • Audio
  • Audio Plus
  • Premium Audio

Your media options will be accessible through a 7-inch or 8-inch touchscreen and can include a navigation system or a 9-speaker JBL® sound system for a higher quality listening experience.

Meanwhile, every trim level will come with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™. This smartphone integration feature makes it easy to send texts, listen to podcasts, and more—all through the car’s display screen.

Wi-Fi Connect comes standard too. Up to five devices can get onto the internet. No matter how far from home you roam, you and your passengers will be able to check emails or get on social media.

Features for Your Peace of Mind

Toyota knows the significance of safety, which is why it packed an advanced suite of features into every 2021 Corolla trim level.

The sedan comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0 (TSS 2.0). It contains driver-assisting technologies that use cameras and radar to detect when something may be off while on the road. You’ll receive warnings and potential assistance to help prevent accidents from occurring.

Some of the features found within TSS 2.0 include:

  • Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
  • Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
  • Automatic High Beams

Thanks to these state-of-the-art safety systems, you can feel good riding around inside the Corolla.

Dynamic & Efficient Performance

Finally, the Toyota Corolla offers a powerful performance thanks to its various engine options. There are three to select from, all with noteworthy degrees of power:

  • 1.8L 4-cylinder: 139 horsepower and 126 lb-ft of torque
  • 2.0L 4-cylinder: 169 horsepower and 151 lb-ft of torque
  • 1.8L hybrid 4-cylinder: 121 horsepower and 105 lb-ft of torque

A 6-speed Intelligent Manual Transmission is available, so you can have spirited acceleration or optimized fuel economy—whichever you prefer. Sport Mode is available, too, for tons of fun behind the wheel.

If you have long commutes to work or love taking road trips with friends, you may want to opt for the hybrid version of the Corolla. With it, you’ll have an EPA-estimated 53 city/52 highway MPG and less stops to make at the gas station.*

Test Drive a 2021 Toyota Corolla Today

With its advanced infotainment system, safety features, and fuel efficiency, the 2021 Toyota Corolla is ready to take on the roads around Pensacola, Florida, Fort Walton Beach, Florida, and Daphne, Alabama. Is it right for your lifestyle, though? To know for sure, you may want to take the compact sedan for a spin.

If you’re interested in doing that, then don’t wait. Schedule a test drive at Bob Tyler Toyota today!

 

 

*EPA-estimated 30 city/38 hwy/33 combined MPG for 2021 Corolla L, LE, SE Apex CVT and XSE Apex; EPA-estimated 29 city/37 hwy/32 combined MPG for 2021 Corolla XLE; EPA-estimated 29 city/36 hwy/32 combined MPG for 2021 Corolla SE 6MT; EPA-estimated 31 city/40 hwy/34 combined MPG for 2021 Corolla SE CVT and SE Nightshade; EPA-estimated 28 city/35 hwy/31 combined MPG for 2021 Corolla SE Apex 6MT; EPA-estimated 31 city/38 hwy/34 combined MPG for 2021 Corolla XSE; EPA-estimated 53 city/52 hwy/52 combined MPG for 2021 Corolla Hybrid LE. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.