2024 Toyota Corolla

A white 2024 Toyota Corolla Hybrid Nightshade is angled left.

While the Corolla is known as a dependable, safe vehicle, that doesn’t mean it has to look and perform like one. That’s why, for 2024, the Corolla takes on a sleeker look, with a more focused interior designed to give the Corolla a softer, more luxurious inside space while the outside is fit and trim. A more lithe body means more agility, more control, and more respect.

You’ve never seen a Corolla like this before. The 2024 Toyota Corolla comes with multiple powertrain options in two different body types and with plenty of standard safety and tech features to try out. There’s also a special edition Corolla that comes with several eye-catching accents.

All of this points toward the newest Corolla quickly rising up the charts to become quite the showstopper. Paired with Toyota’s excellent reputation, competitive warranties, and maintenance coverage, you won’t find a better deal or a brighter star than the 2024 Toyota Corolla. Curious about the newest Corolla? Want to find out more about the latest and greatest from Toyota? You’ve come to the right place, so keep reading to learn why you'll want to drive the 2024 Toyota Corolla home.

Starting MSRP: $22,050 [a]
Horsepower (hp): 169
Torque (lb-ft): 151
Fuel Economy (city/hwy MPG): 53/46

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Powertrain Options

A red 2024 Toyota Corolla Hybrid SE is shown from behind driving on a tree-lined road.

For 2024, there are two powertrain options, including a hybrid version for those looking to be more eco-conscious as well as saving money at the gas pump. The hybrid comes with a 1.8L four-cylinder aluminum dual-overhead camshaft (DOHC) engine with intelligent technology and will net you 138 hp and 105 lb-ft of torque. It comes with an electronic continuously variable transmission (eCVT) and is available with electronic on-demand all-wheel drive (AWD).

Many drivers are gravitating to hybrids because of their quiet driving, lower fuel bills, and impressive performance. You may also get tax benefits since the 2024 Corolla hybrid is an ultra-low-emission vehicle (ULEV), meeting seventy requirements. That’s pretty hefty for such a small package!

However, if you’re drawn to the non-hybrid version, you can expect to see a 2.0L four-cylinder engine under the hood, complete with a DOHC 16-valve and VVT-i (the aforementioned dual variable valve timing with intelligence), in front-wheel drive and with a CVT. This powertrain will give you 169 hp and 151 lb-ft of torque. While it can’t match the hybrid as a ULEV, it does have a SULEV 30 status, which means it is classified as a “Super Low Emission” vehicle that meets thirty of the standards for low-emission vehicles.

Whether you’re interested in the traditional powertrain or the hybrid, the Corolla aims to please and will give you excellent performance at all times. This is why so many drivers continue to buy Toyota vehicles, and the Corolla, in particular, which has remained a staple for the American public since the 1960s. That’s nearly sixty years at the top of the list—and with the introduction of the 2024 Corolla, Toyota’s reputation remains intact, if not moving upward even further. The Corolla remains reliable, high-quality, safe, and fun to drive—what more could you ask for from your vehicle?

Nightshade Edition

A black 2024 Toyota Corolla Nightshade is shown from the side driving over a bridge at night.

The Corolla is a rather unique little gem, but if you want something that stands out, there’s a special edition just for you: the Nightshade Edition, which has come back to enhance the Corolla’s look with accents like blackout badging, black-painted sport side rocker panels, and a rear spoiler, and the icing on the cake: 18-inch bronze-finished alloy wheels, which are sure to draw admiring eyes wherever you go. The Nightshade Edition made its debut with the Corolla in 2020 but was not available for the 2023 Corolla model year.

Depending on which body style you go with, the Nightshade Edition adds flair in different ways. The sedan gains the sport side rocker panels and spoiler, while the hatchback is outfitted with a black roof and vented sport wing. Whichever one you go with, you’ll be envied no matter where you are. Not only do the sport side rocker panels create a unique look for the Corolla, but they’re also helpful in the unlikely event of a collision; they’re along the bottom of your cabin capsule and connect the front and back of the vehicle, creating a sturdy base that won’t be easily budged.

The hatchback’s vented sport wing creates a street racing vibe for the hatchback, adding to its already impressive flair. You’ll love the sleek, sporty look of both the sedan and the hatchback—though if you’re going for more of a street vibe, definitely check out the 2024 Corolla hatchback. If, however, you’re looking for something a tad more conventional that still stands out from the crowd, you’ll love the sedan version of the 2024 Corolla. You may also want to take a look at available features to see what else you can add to the Corolla in order to match your aesthetic.

Hatchback/Sedan

A blue 2024 Toyota Corolla is shown driving on a city street in the rain.

Toyota’s 2024 Corolla is available as either a sedan or a hatchback. Do you want a car that looks good while driving around town, or are you more interested in a car that lends itself to recreational activities? While both of the Corolla's body choices are designed to perform well at whatever job they do, there are advantages to each, and whether those advantages are what you’re looking for depends on what you want out of the Corolla. So, what’s the fundamental difference between a hatchback and a sedan?

While the sedan and the hatchback both seat five people and are the same size, there is a key difference that separates the two. The sedan divides space between the back seat and the trunk, while the hatchback does not; this means that you’ve got more open space with the hatchback, which is great when you need to haul larger items since you can lay the back seats down and open up the entire cabin. The sedan, on the other hand, has a bit more trunk space but is more difficult to use when piling in bags, boxes, and other stowable items.

Think about your lifestyle. Are you more active, or do you tend to stay busy at work and home? Do you want to go on road trips more often, or are you looking forward to piling the family into the car for a holiday event? If you’re looking for something that is more easily adjustable space-wise, you may want to consider getting the 2024 Toyota Corolla in hatchback form. However, if you’re more likely to be driving a car full of passengers, then you might be more partial to the sedan style. Whichever one you choose, of course, will tote your family, friends, pets, and items in a comfortable, safe interior.

Long Term Care

A person is shown opening the door of a white 2024 Toyota Corolla LE.

Toyota’s warranties are competitive, and beyond that, the warranty for the hybrid and the maintenance coverage are simply outstanding. For the non-hybrid 2024 Toyota Corolla, you’ll have a limited warranty that covers your first three years or up to 36,000 miles. The powertrain warranty covers the first five years or up to 60,000 miles. Compare this to the hybrid version: its components are covered for eight years or up to 100,000 miles—whichever comes first.

While warranties can seem boring, they are key to ensuring that your vehicle is working properly for as long as you drive it. It’s worth taking a look at warranty coverage to make sure you’ve got what you need to stay on the road in a safe, stable vehicle.

Apart from the warranties, you’ll want to check out the complimentary maintenance, which covers the 2024 Toyota Corolla for its first 25,000 miles or the first two years. Most drivers average between 10,000 and 15,000 miles per year, so if your commute is shorter, maintenance will be covered for the duration of the Corolla’s first two years on the road. This means you won’t have to pay for things like fluid replacement, tire rotations, oil changes, and multi-point inspections. Instead, you’ll be able to put that money toward other things.

Another major benefit to complimentary maintenance? It includes 24/7 roadside assistance. If your Corolla gets a flat tire, or you’ve been the victim of a bumper-to-bumper fiasco, you won’t have to worry about how you’re going to get help. Toyota will be there to help you and your Corolla get back on the road.

All of the above are worth considering when purchasing a new vehicle. Will you be driving more? You may want to look into Toyota’s Plus program, which will cover your Corolla for five years instead of two. You have plenty of options with Toyota for taking care of your vehicle and making sure it’s in tip-top shape for a long time to come.

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The 2024 Toyota Corolla at Toyota of Bowling Green

Did you ever think that you’d see a Corolla worth salivating over? Well, now you have! The 2024 Toyota Corolla is equipped to take you anywhere—and everywhere—safely, securely, and providing plenty of fun on the way. When you decide you want to take the new Corolla out for a spin, you can take a test drive with us here at Toyota of Bowling Green. We’re in the business of giving you back your love of driving. Visit us today and see what the 2024 Toyota Corolla is all about!


 

[a] MSRP may change without notice. See dealer for complete details.