The roads wouldn’t be the same without a few Toyota Corolla models zipping around on them. The best-selling sedan is still going strong in the model year 2020 with at least five trim levels, depending on how you look at it. The count is more like eight trims if you include hybrids, special editions, and differences in transmission.
For the sake of being concise, this page will use the more conservative estimate of five trim levels, as the other distinguishing factors are either added or subtracted from existing trim levels. The chart beneath this paragraph shows a little bit of information for each of the five main trim levels for comparison purposes.
Gray Metallic Sport Side Rocker Panels and Rear Spoiler
Available Blind Spot Monitor
CVT or Manual Transmissions Available
SofTex®-Trimmed Heated Front Seats
Blind Spot and Lane Departure Warning Systems
Integrated Backup Camera
Automatic Climate Control
18-Inch Machined Alloy wheels
7-Inch Color TFT Multi-Information Display
Power Tilt/Slide Moonroof with Sliding Sunshade
Black Front Grille with Sport Mesh Insert
16-Inch Alloy Wheels
Available Premium Sport Seats with Sport Fabric Inserts
Adaptive Front-Lighting System
Trim Level Comparison Analysis
The Toyota Corolla is hardly a luxury vehicle, so many will be content with just getting into the lower trim levels. Those interested in buying a hybrid Toyota Corolla can get a hybrid version of the LE trim. Fuel efficiency is great at every trim level, but many concerned about fuel cost will still gravitate towards the left end of the trim list to get the most out of their purchase and the best possible MPG. Those looking to get features like an improved sound system and more driver assist sensors are well treated by the XLE and XSE trims.