When shopping for a new vehicle, there are a lot of important decisions that need to be made. Once you figure out whether you want a new or used vehicle and which make and model is right for you, you must also determine which trim level best suits you. If you are looking into buying a 2017 Toyota Corolla, here’s what you need to know about the SE and XSE trims.
Differences between 2017 Corolla SE and XSE
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Similarities between the Toyota Corolla SE and XSE
Despite their differences, the 2017 Toyota Corolla SE and XSE trims also share quite a few similarities throughout the exterior, interior, and under the hood. Here are some of the most notable similarities:
- 1.8L 4-cylinder, 132 horsepower
- Multi-LED headlights with LED accent lights
- Bumper-integrated LED Daytime Running Lights
- Sporty front fascia with gloss-black, mesh-pattern grille
- Heated power outside mirrors with turn signal indicators
- Rear spoiler
- 17-inch machined alloy wheels with black-painted accents
- Chrome-tipped exhaust
- Entune Audio Plus with Connected Navigation app
- Integrated backup camera
- Standard Toyota Safety Sense P
If you would like to learn more about the 2017 Toyota Corolla SE and XSE, we encourage you to browse our available Corolla inventory at Baierl Toyota and schedule a time to get behind the wheel at your convenience.