Toyota has released the pricing for the 2017 Corolla, Corolla IM and 86 models.
Toyota has released the pricing for the 2017 Corolla, Corolla iM and 86 models.
Starting with the 86, now that Scion is dead, the Scion FR-S is going to live on as the 86. For its transition from the Scion brand to becoming badged a Toyota in the U.S. the 86 adopts more aggressive styling with a larger center intake. The front of the 86 features standard LED front headlamps, daylight running lights, and turn signals, a new fog lamp bezel and revised bumper. The rear features LED tail lamps and a more sculpted bumper design and lastly there are new alloy wheels. Inside there is a new steering wheel and seating material and most importantly the performance has been improved a bit more with revised engine tuning that increases the torque to 156 lb.-ft, as well as a five-horsepower increase to 205 hp.
Pricing for the 86 starts $950 higher than the outgoing Scion FR-S at $26,255.
The updated 2017 Corolla gets a new front grille, LED headlamps and revised wheels. Inside there are upgraded fabric seats a redesigned climate control panel and air vents. Pricing for the 2017 Corolla starts at $18,500.
Lastly the Scion iM hatchback is now being branded as the Corolla iM. Pricing for the Corolla iM starts at $18,750 for the six-speed manual, an increase of $290.