Pricing details in the U.S. for Toyota's facelifted 2011 Corolla and 2011 Matrix sedan have been announced. The Corolla has received several minor exterior revisions and its interior features are available in three trim levels (Corolla, LE and S).
The facelifted Corolla features a newly redesigned front grille and wheels, new bumpers as well as several other chrome accents. The car features an upgraded heater, which is included in an all-weather package, as standard.
All LE trim levels get metallic trim, heated mirrors, cruise control, remote keyless entry, better stereo and variable intermittent windshield wipers. The range-topping S features extra 16-inch alloys and a color-keyed rear deck spoiler. All trim levels get a comprehensive safety package as standard.
It features Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Traction Control (TRAC), Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist (BA) and Smart Stop Technology brake override system.
The model will arrive at dealerships in January 2011. Meanwhile, the Matrix will be hitting the showrooms in the spring of next year. The North American division of Toyota announced that the base model Corolla has a price of $15,600 for a manual or $16,400 for an automatic transmission.
The LE trim, which could only be fitted with an automatic, is priced from $17,300. Meanwhile, in top spec S Grade, the car has a starting price of $17,470 for a manual or $18,300 with an automatic.
2011 Matrix is priced from $18,545 for the base model with a manual while the top-of-the-line S Grade has a starting price of $21,415. It is equipped with a 4-speed automatic and 4x4 drivetrain.