2014 Corolla L Vs LE

2014 Corolla L Vs LEIf there’s a particular model that Toyota is best known for, it would definitely be the Toyota Corolla. Recognized as the best selling sedan of the company, Toyota produces a new year model of the Corolla on a yearly basis. Hoping to outsell its previous sales figure from the past year, the car manufacturer continues to improve the features on the Corolla as they come up with a new year model. And considering they are an affordably priced sedan, it gives them a competitive edge against other models it equals to.

Available in four trim levels, the five-passenger seating capacity of the Corolla is one of the reasons why plenty are attracted to the sedan. Except for the base L trim level, each Corolla trim (LE, LE Eco, and S) is offered in Plus and Premium sub-trims. The best selling trim is the L, because of how affordable it is. Not to mention, it comes with some notable features, despite it being the base trim option available. But despite its affordability, the L trim is largely being compared to the LE trim. Here are the differences of the two:


Standard features available on the base 2014 Toyota Corolla L trim include 15-inch steel wheels, power windows and mirrors, LED headlights, height-adjustable driver seat, tilt-and-telescoping steering wheels, air-conditioning, 60/40-split-folding rear seat, steering wheel audio controls, Bluetooth phone connectivity, and a four-speaker sound system with auxiliary audio jack, CD player, and a USB/iPod interface.

Adding to the features of the L, the LE comes equipped with 16-inch steel wheels, variable intermittent wipers, heated mirrors, metallic cabin accents, keyless entry, power door locks, cruise control, automatic cruise control, rear view camera, Bluetooth audio connectivity, phonebook download capability, and a six-speaker download capability.



Each 2014 Toyota Corolla model comes with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine capable of producing 132 horsepower and 128 lb-ft of torque (except for the LE Eco). On both L and S trims, a six-speed manual transmission is standard, with an option to ugrade to a four-speed automatic transmission for the L trim. The LE trim, on the other hand, comes standard with CVT transmission.


Standard safety features available include traction and stability control, front side airbags, side curtain airbags, passenger seat cushion airbag, driver knee airbag, antilock brakes, these give each Corolla trim the same with one another. While a rearview camera is added on all versions, it is not available on the base L trim level.

Test drive the latest 2014 Toyota Corolla to be able to decide which trim body option is for you. Visit Warrenton Toyota blog today to learn more information on the sedan

February 18, 2014
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