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2018 Toyota Corolla - Everything You Ever Wanted to See / Toyota Corolla 2018 Altis Facelift Toyota Corolla 2017 and 2018 Altis ALL-NEW Toyota Corolla 2018 Altis Grande Facelift Model: 2018 Toyota Corolla Altis Facelift Transmission: CVT Horsepower: 138 hp @ 6,000 rpm Engine: 1798 cc Gas Mileage: 17 KPL City 21 KPL Highway Curb weight: 2,865 lbs Wheel size: 17″ diameter, 7″ width Number of cylinders: 4 Dimensions: 183″ L x 70″ W x 57″ H Torque: 128 lb-ft @ 4,400 rpm Major Options (Special Edition Package): ■ Bi-Beam LED Projector Headlamp (Auto Leveling) ■ Automatic Headlights System ■ Front Acoustic Glass Windshield ■ Automatic Rain Sensor ■ Auto Folding ■ 8 directions Driver and Passenger seat with power adjustable ■ Foldable 60/40 Rear Seat with Adjustable ■ 3 Positions USB Connector ■ DVD / CD / MP3 / WMA 7” Touch screen, 6 Speakers, and support ■ T-Connect ■ In-car Navigator ■ Sports Drive Mode Switch ■ Paddle Shift ■ Cruise Control ■ Color Multi Information Display ■ Bluetooth ■ Nanoe ■ Back Camera ■ Rear Sunshade ■ Push Start ■ Smart Entry ■ Side Mirror with Reverse Link ■ Windshield Glass with Top Shade ■ Automatic anti-glare Rear Mirror (EC Mirror) ■ HAC (Hill-start Assist Control) ■ 7 SRS Airbag 2018 Toyota Corolla Altis Facelift Price in INDIA: 2018 Corolla Petrol Variant Price - Altis VL (CVT) Standard Price: Rs. 19,91,500 - Altis GL (MT) Standard Price: Rs. 18,30,500 - Altis G (CVT) Standard Price: Rs. 17,52,500 - Altis G (MT) Standard Price: Rs. 15,87,500 2018 Corolla Diesel Variant Price - Altis DGL (MT) Standard Price: Rs. 19,05,000 - Altis DG (MT) Standard Price: Rs. 17,36,000 2018 Toyota Corolla Altis Facelift Price in PAKISTAN: 2018 Corolla Altis Grande 1.8L CVT-i - Standard Price: Rs. 2,549,000 - Previous Model Price: Rs. 2,269,600 2018 Corolla Altis Grande 1.8L M/T - Standard Price: Rs. 2,399,000 - Previous Model Price: Rs. 2,239,400 2018 Corolla Altis 1.8L CVT-i - Standard Price: Rs. 2,349,000 - Previous Model Price: Rs. 2,204,200 2018 Corolla Altis 1.8L M/T - Standard Price: Rs. 2,224,000 - Previous Model Price: Rs. 2,078,700 2018 Corolla Altis 1.6L - Standard Price: Rs. 2,149,000 - Previous Model Price: N/A 2018 Corolla Altis 1.3 GLi - Standard Price: Rs. 1,889,000 - Previous Model Price: Rs. 1,792,350 2018 Corolla Altis 1.3 GLi Automatic - Standard Price: Rs. 1,964,000 - Previous Model Price: Rs. 1,867,777 2018 Corolla Altis 1.3 XLi - Standard Price: Rs. 1,759,000 - Previous Model Price: N/A 2018 Toyota Corolla Altis Facelift Price in PHILIPPINES: 2018 Corolla Altis 1.8V Navi - Standard Price $30320 / 1,079,000 Baht * 2018 Corolla Altis ESPORT Option - Standard Price $27510 / 979,000 Baht * 2018 Corolla Altis ESPORT - Standard Price $26385 / 939,000 Baht * 2018 Corolla Altis 1.8E - Standard Price $24558 / 874,000 Baht * 2018 Corolla Altis 1.6G - Standard Price $24418 / 869,000 Baht * 2018 Corolla Altis 1.6E CNG - Standard Price $27228 / 969,000 Baht * 2018 Corolla Altis 1.6J - Standard Price $22451 / 799,000 Baht * 2018 Toyota Corolla Altis Facelift Price in BRAZIL: 2018 Corolla 1.8L GLi manual - Standard Price R$ 69.690,00 2018 Corolla 1.8L GLi Multi-Drive - Standard Price R$ 69.990,00 2018 Corolla 1.8L GLi Upper Multi-Drive - Standard Price R$ 90.990,00 2018 Corolla 2.0L XEi Multi-Drive - Standard Price R$ 99.990,00 2018 Corolla 2.0L XRS Multi-Drive - Standard Price R$ 108.990,00 2018 Corolla 2.0L Altis Multi-Drive - Standard Price R$ 114.990,00 SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/pL84j2 New Car Videos: https://goo.gl/5nPYXv YouTube: https://goo.gl/eSkzhw Facebook: https://goo.gl/3AZk9U Twitter: https://goo.gl/kj00z5 Instagram: https://goo.gl/zAOTrp Google+: https://goo.gl/QWO4jX Website: http://www.alphasquadofficial.com Submit Your Video: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Toyota Corolla VS Toyota Camry Toyota Corolla 2018 VS Toyota Camry 2018 2018 Toyota Corolla VS 2018 Toyota Camry 2018 Toyota Corolla: Vehicle Summary: The 2018 Toyota Corolla is the automaker’s compact car, slotting below the midsize Camry and above the subcompact Yaris. The Corolla is also one of the best-selling cars in the world, having been in production globally since the mid-1960s. In addition to the sedan, there’s also a hatchback called the Corolla iM, which is essentially a rebadged Auris from the European market. Overview: After recently receiving a major refresh, the 2018 Toyota Corolla is expected to remain unchanged (we’ll update this space as soon as we have more info). With active safety and driver assistance features coming standard, the Corolla already comes generously equipped. Special-edition models wearing unique exterior and/or interior colors could possibly be added for the 2018 model year, as the current generation is nearly at the end of its life cycle. A new generation of the Corolla should arrive sometime before 2020 and move to Toyota’s new TNGA platform that now underpins the current generation Prius lineup, the 2018 Camry and 2018 C-HR crossover... http://www.motortrend.com/cars/toyota/corolla/2018/ 2018 Toyota Camry: The all-new 2018 Toyota Camry, the best-selling car in America for the past 15 years, will be rolling into dealers in late summer 2017. The excitement over the eighth-generation sedan is the result of its total evolution, from a proven, dependable and safe car to one that adds a more exciting and emotional character, thanks to its much talked about newfound performance and style. The new Toyota Camry utilizes TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture), which represents a completely new strategy to the way the company designs, engineers, and packages its vehicles. TNGA retains all of Toyota's traditional values of superlative build quality and safety while injecting a fun driving experience that plays on all the senses. The physical manifestation is the usage of a new engine, transmission and GA-K platform. "With an exhilarating design, refined interior, stirring driving performance, cutting-edge safety and technology, and class-leading fuel efficiency, the all-new Camry retains its excellent value while raising its level of fun and excitement to new heights," said Bill Fay, Toyota senior vice president of automotive operations. "It is, quite simply, the best Camry ever and the benchmark in the mid-size sedan segment." ... https://www.netcarshow.com/toyota/2018-camry/ Copyright issue? Send us a message and we'll get it resolved. ☎ CONTACT US: email@example.com *** Our purpose, when making COMPILATIONS, is NOT to steal other people's videos, but to share those in quality compilation with other people. If any owner of clips, used in our compilation, has a copyright issue, feel free to contact us by Email and add title [COPYRIGHT ISSUE]. We will remove the clip, video or come to an agreement. Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Subscribe my channel, click here: https://goo.gl/3IInVa Thanks for watching, like, share! Buy me a cup of coffee via PayPal: https://goo.gl/DNNnuy
Hatch is Back! All-New 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback Wows at the 2018 New York International Auto Show All-New High-Function, Dynamic Design New TNGA 2.0-liter Four-Cylinder, Six-Speed iMT Manual Transmission, and Dynamic-Shift CVT Offering More Power and MPG New TNGA Platform with Sport-Tuned Suspension Standard Entune 3.0 Audio with 8-inch Touchscreen, Wi-Fi Connect, Amazon Alexa Integration, and Apple CarPlay First North American Application of Standard Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 On Sale in Summer 2018 Hot hatch? More like Haute Hatch. Indomitable Style Corolla Hatchback has flair extraordinaire. With a theme of Shooting Robust, along with a design goal of Agile, influencing their every pen stroke, designers created a form that is simultaneously distinct, dynamic, muscular, and sophisticated. Shooting references the design’s sport coupe traits implemented in all facets. With those concepts in mind, Corolla Hatchback is a meticulously mixed cocktail of emotive lines, creases, and surfaces. It’s lower (by 1.0 in.), wider (by 1.2 in.), and longer (by 1.5 in.) than its predecessor, Corolla iM. It also has wider front and rear tracks, and a longer wheelbase. Its hood sits two inches lower than before, affording passengers excellent forward visibility. The new frontal styling with a rounded nose and trapezoidal-shaped under grille is a further evolution of Toyota’s Under Priority Catamaran and Keen Look design philosophies, both of which emphasize Corolla Hatchback’s increased width. Slim, J-shaped Bi-Beam LED headlamps wrap deep into the front fenders and accent the front in both stylishness and precise illumination. Front overhang has been cut by 0.8 inches; at the rear, it’s 0.8 inches longer. Chiseled character lines at its profile link both ends’ protruding flanks making for an active, well-planted expression that is uncommon amongst its peers. Wheel sizes range from 16-inches to 18-inches in diameter. Its new rear style articulates Corolla Hatchback’s overarching emphasis on athletic presence. The relationship between front and rear design is closely aligned given the rear’s more rounded physique that encompasses simple, condensed, yet powerful, three-dimensional landscapes. Its hatch – now made from TSOP (Toyota Super Olefin Polymer) and ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) – is not only lightweight to aid fuel efficiency, it is set at a steeper angle (moved 14 degrees forward) for that ultimate sporty look. The rear all-LED taillamps feature a diffusing inner lens designed to highlight the hatchback’s stout stance. And the rear bumper styling echoes the frontal Under Priority Catamaran design with its thin lower lip and chrome diffuser. Differentiation between SE and XSE is distinct. Both grades receive LED headlamps and taillights, chrome rear diffuser, and alloy wheels. XSE ups the ante with 18-inch wheels, LED fog lights, chrome front grille surround, and an available innovative Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS). AFS – available only on XSE CVT – allows for the focused distribution of light in an area that matches the vehicle’s speed and steering angle. The Bi-Beam LED units move vertically and horizontally to provide optimal light output by analyzing steering angle, vehicle speed, and the vehicle’s longitudinal axes angle to adjust lamps. Breakdowns of each technology are as follows: -Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection (PCS w/PD) -Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (Full-Speed DRCC) -Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist (LDA w/SA) -Automatic High Beam (AHB) -(NEW) Lane Tracing Assist (LTA) -(NEW) Road Sign Assist (RSA) Music Source: NCM Epic Music Ender Guney interior - Inner Emotiveness Simple. Warm. Inviting. Sensuous. Descriptors like these inspired designers’ efforts when visualizing Corolla Hatchback’s cabin. Sensuous Minimalism marinates the entire capacious space. From their supportive sport seats, front passengers are faced with a neat instrument panel that lends an open, harmonious feeling thanks to its 0.9-inch thinner upper surface and 1.7-inch wider center console dividing passengers. At the center of the instrument panel resides a standard high-resolution 8-inch multimedia touchscreen. The center stack screen provides access to vehicle settings, audio controls, navigation, smartphone, and Entune 3.0 apps. Climate controls, located below the multimedia portal, are fashioned in a bright, highly visible digitized configuration. Full Review Features http://pressroom.toyota.com/releases/hatch+back+all+new+2019+toyota+corolla+hatchback+wows+2018+nyias.htm "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
2018 Toyota Corolla Review and Release Date - For starters, the new Corolla is going to be based on Toyota’s TNGA architecture. This means it will get a stiffer unibody platform and it will weigh less than its predecessor. The car is also set to offer an increased amount of features for roughly the same price as before. The model spied testing wasn’t all that different from what is currently available. However, it seemed to have a different wheelbase which was clear because the car was longer. It seemed like the rear doors were pushed forward meaning that Toyota added additional sheet-metal in order to cover up the extra wheelbase. The car doesn’t seem much larger than its predecessor, but the extra wheelbase should help it deliver more room inside the cabin. 2018 Toyota Corolla Review and Release Date After recently receiving a major refresh, the 2018 Toyota Corolla is expected to remain unchanged (we’ll update this space as soon as we have more info). With active safety and driver assistance features coming standard, the Corolla already comes generously equipped. Special-edition models wearing unique exterior and/or interior colors could possibly be added for the 2018 model year, as the current generation is nearly at the end of its life cycle. 2018 Toyota Corolla Review and Release Date The Corolla sedan is available in L, LE, LE Eco, XLE, SE, and XSE trim levels, all with 4-cylinder power and a commendably high level of standard safety equipment. The Corolla iM is only offered in one configuration that slots in about equivalent to the Corolla SE sedan. Regardless of body style, the Toyota Corolla scores well for its comfort and efficiency, as well as its crash-test record, but it loses some points for a chintzy feel inside, its questionable value, and because many rivals deliver more personality without diluting the practical nature that makes the Corolla so appealing. 2018 Toyota Corolla Review and Release Date The precise release date for the 2018 Toyota Corolla is unknown right now, but we expect it to begin production in July and hit showrooms sometime in August. It’s still too early for pricing, but we don’t expect a big increase from the current model’s range of $19,365 to $23,545 (destination fees included). This puts the small sedan in competition with the Honda Civic ($19,615 to $27,475), the Mazda3 ($19,730 to $25,780), and the Nissan Sentra ($17,855 to $25,855).
With a low price tag and history of solid reliability, it's easy to see why the Toyota Corolla has become one of the world's best-selling vehicles the last 50-plus years. The 2018 Toyota Corolla builds upon the success of its ancestors with expressive styling, a surprisingly roomy cabin, plenty of advanced safety features and comfortable, supportive seats. But while the Corolla covers the basics well enough, a few deficiencies make its rivals better picks overall.
The Corolla's cabin is fairly plain and does little to make you think you've bought anything more than a basic small car. It isn't much fun to drive, either, because of its underpowered engine. Factor in a small trunk and poor smartphone integration and you have a car that is difficult to recommend in a class stacked with more desirable choices.
The 50th Anniversary Edition trim has been dropped. Otherwise, the Toyota Corolla carries forward unchanged.
The 2018 Toyota Corolla sedan is sold in six trim levels. L, LE, LE Eco, SE, XSE and XLE. Every Corolla is powered by a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine. Most models produce 132 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque, though the LE Eco is a bit more powerful with 140 hp and 126 lb-ft. Power is routed to the front wheels through a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) on all models, though the SE can be optioned with a six-speed manual.
Standard equipment on the base L model includes 15-inch steel wheels, LED headlights, LED daytime running lights, adaptive cruise control, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a driver information display, a height-adjustable driver seat, a 60/40-split folding rear seat, Bluetooth, a 6.1-inch touchscreen and a six-speaker audio system with 6.1-inch touchscreen, a CD player, a USB port and, for iPhone users, the Siri Eyes Free voice control system. Standard safety systems include a rearview camera, forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with steering assist (to nudge you back into your lane) and automatic high beams.
The LE adds 16-inch steel wheels, heated mirrors, variable intermittent wipers, remote locking and unlocking, metallic cabin accents, upgraded upholstery, a rear armrest and automatic climate control.
The LE Eco starts with the LE's features and adds engine and suspension tuning designed for maximum fuel efficiency, 15-inch steel wheels, a rear spoiler and enhanced aerodynamics.
The XLE builds upon the LE's set of features, adding 16-inch alloy wheels, upgraded headlights, LED taillights, bumper-mounted LED daytime running lights, a sunroof, keyless entry and ignition, simulated leather upholstery (Toyota's SofTex), a power-adjustable driver seat (with two-way power lumbar), heated front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, an upgraded driver information display, a 7-inch touchscreen display, an app-based navigation system (Scout GPS Link), and satellite and HD radio.
The SE is the sporty Corolla, although we use that term loosely. It starts with the LE's features and adds 17-inch alloy wheels, unique front-end styling with a black mesh grille, a rear spoiler, steering wheel with paddle shifters (for CVT models), sport front seats, SofTex upholstery with cloth inserts, and a sport-style gauge cluster. Also included are the XLE's upgraded headlights, bumper-mounted LED daytime running lights and leather-wrapped steering wheel. Opt for the manual transmission and you'll also get a sunroof, keyless ignition and entry, and the upgraded infotainment system.
The XSE has the SE manual transmission's extra features and adds heated front seats, the eight-way power-adjustable driver seat, the paddle shifters and full SofTex upholstery.
A few options packages are also available. LE and LE Eco models can select the Premium package, which adds 16-inch alloy wheels, bumper-integrated LED running lights and the upgraded infotainment system. A sunroof can be added to this package for the LE (it's included with the package for the LE Eco).
The Premium package for SE CVT models includes keyless entry and ignition, a sunroof and the upgraded infotainment system, while XLE and XSE models can opt for an integrated navigation system and smartphone integration via the Entune App Suite.