2023 Toyota Corolla In Orlando, FL


2023 Toyota Corolla In Orlando, FL

2023 Toyota Corolla Sales in Orlando, FL

It is not hard to imagine why the Toyota Corolla is one of the most loved sedans in the world. The 2023 model year has improved with its expanded lineup, advanced infotainment system, and high-tech driver-assist features.

See us at Central Florida Toyota in Orlando, FL, to check out its variants and packages. We can schedule a test drive and if you've decided on getting one, take advantage of our various offers and financing options.

Interior Review of the 2023 Toyota Corolla

The cockpit design of the 2023 Toyota Corolla is not as fancy as some of its rivals, but it has the necessities and luxurious touches like a padded dashboard and soft-touch surfaces on the door panels.

In the middle is a tablet-like touch-screen display. The operating system is intuitive and easy to figure out. It has modern connectivity options like Apple CarPlay®, Android Auto™, and Bluetooth®.

The air vents are slim but with big openings, which deliver large amounts of air to the occupants. There are rear vents as well. It still has manual aircon controls, so you can turn it on and cool or warm the cabin down without waiting for the system to boot up.

Center ConsoleSteering ColumnCargo Space

Exterior Review of the 2023 Toyota Corolla

The body of the 2023 Toyota Corolla is sleek with a great-looking façade that comes with the most stylish interpretation of Toyota's "Keen Look." The lines on the nose are slim and come with the exact amount of chrome accents to match the thin bi-beam LED headlights and LED daytime running lamps. At the back are similarly styled LED combination lamps connected by a chrome bar and a bumper with shapely edges to match the housing of the front LED fog lamps.

This model is probably one of the best-looking sedans in the local market. It exudes elegance despite minimal chrome effects. Its beauty lies in its design, and after making Corollas for 56 years, it feels like Toyota has made its best body to date.

Get your 2023 Toyota Corolla in any of the following colors:

  • Midnight Black Metallic
  • Underground
  • Classic Silver Metallic
  • Celestite
  • Blueprint
  • Wind Chill Pearl
  • Ruby Flare Pearl
  • Inferno
  • Blue Crush Metallic
  • White
  • Power and Performance of the 2023 Toyota Corolla

    Like the previous model, the 2023 Toyota Corolla has various drive modes, including an EV mode for the plug-in hybrid version.

    Powertrain options include a 1.8-liter inline-four and an AC motor that produces a combined 121 horsepower and 105 pound-feet of torque, a naturally-aspirated 1.8-liter engine with 139 horsepower and 126 pound-feet of torque, and a 2.0-liter engine with 169 horsepower and 151 pound-feet of torque.

    Sport mode increases the revs but has more bark than bite, which means loud revs with only a slight increase in acceleration at best. Eco is more subdued and retards almost all feedback in favor of reduced fuel consumption.

    Available Technology Features

    Available Technology Features

    • Android Auto™
    • Apple CarPlay®
    • Amazon Alexa
    • Two (one front and one cargo area) 12V DC auxiliary power outlets
    • Four (two front-row and two second-row) USB ports
    • One (cargo area) 120V 100W/400W AC power outlet
    Available Safety Features

    Available Safety Features

    • Pre-collision system with pedestrian detection
    • Lane departure alert
    • Automatic high beams
    • Lane tracing assist
    • Electronic stability control
    • Traction control

    Find Your 2023 Toyota Corolla at Central Florida Toyota

    The 2023 Toyota Corolla is here at Central Florida Toyota in Orlando, FL. Visit us today to check out its different variants and packages. You can also take the new Corolla for a test drive so you can see what it brings to the compact sedan segment.

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