We provide best Corolla car service in gurgaon. This is the facelifted version of the 11th Generation Toyota Corolla Altis. The current generation has been on sale in India since May 2014 but has been facing heat from the new Hyundai Elantra and the Skoda Octavia. This new 2017 model brings about changes to the styling and minor updates to the interior as well. It continues with the same set of engine and transmission options. This particular model you see here is the diesel variant in GL trim. Toyota does not offer the diesel in the top-spec VL trim. We spent some time with the sedan to find out what’s new. On the outside, there is a new nose complete with redesigned headlamps, a grille, and a new bumper. The headlamps appear much sleeker now and give the front a rather sporty look. They are full-LED units that also feature daytime running LEDs. Towards the lower end of the new bumper is a much wider air dam stretching from end to end. This being the GL trim, there are no fog lamps on offer.
Only people with a very keen eye will be able to spot changes made to the rear. Apart from new detailing for the tail lamp, there isn’t much new here. A thinner chrome appliqué above the number plate and new alloy wheel design just about wrap up the changes Toyota has made to the exterior of the new Altis. Top-end VL trim gets new 16-inch dual-tone rims, as opposed to the GL’s smaller 15-inch alloys. Once inside, you will be hard-pressed to spot what’s new. In terms of the dashboard design, the centre console and the aircon controls have restyled. Also new are the circular aircon vents placed at each end of the dashboard. In terms of the colour scheme, the beige now seems a shade brighter. Rather shockingly, none of the Corolla Altis Diesel variants gets an audio system or a touchscreen. In the case of the petrol variants, a touchscreen is a standard across all trims. What makes the absence of an audio unit even weirder is the presence of speakers and steering mounted audio and telephony controls.