2017 Model Year Toyota Corolla Prices and Changes
Toyota's Corolla absorbs the former Scion iM hatchback for 2017. The 2017 Corolla iM now is the lowest-priced Corolla model. Overall, the Corolla's prices change very little for 2017, going up about 2% on average with a couple of models staying at 2016 levels and a couple dropping slightly.
The 2017 Toyota Corolla also gets a new front fascia and LED headlight options change a bit. All models now have a back-up camera. Safety is now a strong point for the Corolla with Toyota making its Safety Sense -P system standard on all Corollas. That includes forward collision prevention with emergency auto braking. Toyota says that all of its models will have this feature for the 2018 model year, and is starting now with the Corolla. IIHS says systems of this type can reduce rear-ender collisions by as much as 40%.
The 2017 Corolla 50th Anniversary Edition will feature a 7-inch touch-screen and Entune Audio Plus with Connected Navigation (Scout® GPS Link App). Also included is a color 4.2-inch TFT Multi-Information Display in the gauge panel. Other Anniversary Edition features include a Smart Key system with push button start and power tilt/slide moonroof.
MODEL# GRADE MSRP 17 MY MSRP CHANGE (%)
6253 86 4-cyl. 6MT $26,255 3.8%
6252 86 4-cyl. 6AT $26,975 2.2%
1832 Corolla L 4-cyl. CVTi-S $18,500 3.4%
1852 Corolla LE 4-cyl. CVTi-S $18,935 1.1%
1856 Corolla XLE 4-cyl. CVTi-S $21,825 -1.7%
1863 Corolla SE 4-cyl. 6MT $21,665 0.0%
1864 Corolla SE 4-cyl. CVTi-S $20,445 1.9%
1866 Corolla XSE 4-cyl. CVTi-S $22,680 -1.9%
1872 Corolla LE Eco 4-cyl. CVTi-S $19,335 1.0%
6273 Corolla iM 4-cyl. 6MT $18,750 1.6%
6272 Corolla iM 4-cyl. CVTi-S $19,490 1.5%