Fuel Efficiency and the Toyota Corolla

Toyota CorollaDrive the Toyota Corolla, and you will notice incredible gas mileage no matter where you choose to go. The Corolla is known for its efficiency and even offers the LE Eco trim to help you take full advantage of the gas savings while driving around Warrenton.

Toyota Corolla’s Numbers

Fuel economy in the Toyota Corolla varies slightly, but it is great regardless of the configuration you choose. All models have the same 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine, but there are three transmission choices, each of which has its own mileage. The 4-speed automatic and 6-speed manual both give you 31 mpg combined, with 27 city/36 highway and 28 city/37 highway*, respectively. Choosing the CVT will give you 32 mpg combined, including 29 mpg in the city and 38 mpg highway* for the LE and 37 highway for the S. For the best possible fuel economy, choose the LE Eco with its 30 mpg city/42 highway/35 combined* or the Plus or Premium sub-trim for 30 city/40 highway/34 combined*.

Toyota Corolla Fuel-Efficient Features

To maintain such impressive fuel economy numbers, the Toyota Corolla comes packed with fuel-efficient features, including smart engineering. The LE Eco trim has a variation of the 1.8-liter engine with Valvematic variable valve timing to let you go further on a single tank. This trim also adds special transmission tuning, low-rolling-resistance tires, enhanced aerodynamics, and a rear spoiler. This trim also gives you access to the ECO Mode, which adjusts your air conditioning and gas pedal output to further boost efficiency.

The team at Warrenton Toyota in Warrenton, Virginia, can give you more information about the fuel efficiency of the Toyota Corolla. While there, take this fun sedan on a test drive to experience how well it handles despite its impressive efficiency.

*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

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December 2, 2015
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