Although there are now four hybrid models to flesh out the range, when it comes to the gas models, trims are limited to just three: LE, SE, and XSE. All are powered by the same 2.0-liter four-cylinder with specs of 169 hp and 151 lb-ft. Power goes to the front wheels via a CVT with no other configurations available.
The standard specifications for the Corolla range are generous, with automatic climate control, full-speed dynamic radar cruise control, lane departure alert with steering assist, and all the available driver assists that fall under the Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 safety suite. The base model rides on 16-inch steel wheels, the upholstery is fabric, and there is an eight-inch infotainment screen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard. Moving up through the trim levels adds some exterior changes like bigger wheels, a sport mesh grille, a rear spoiler, and accent lighting. Inside, a leather-trimmed steering wheel is added, but only the top model gets SofTex upholstery, heated front seats, and power seat adjustments for the driver. A moonroof and seven-inch digital gauge cluster are standard on the XSE.
The LE model has access to two additional packages: The LE Convenience package and the LE Premium package. The former costs $1,340 and adds remote keyless entry, alloy wheels, push-button start, and blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, while the latter adds the same features along with a power tilt-and-slide sunroof for $2,190.
The SE gets access to a Premium package that costs $1,220 and adds blind-spot monitoring, color-coded heated wing mirrors, and a smart key with push-button start, along with a power moonroof. A more expensive package is available that adds a nine-speaker JBL system to the contents of the Premium package. This costs $1,820.
The top trim is available with one upgrade package: the JBL Premium Audio plus Wireless Charger. This costs $675 and adds a nine-speaker JBL sound system, navigation, and Qi inductive wireless charging.