New 2018 Toyota Corolla: Toyota Safety Sense™ Cost Comparison

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Get the keys to a stylish new car with a comprehensive suite of safety features by financing a new 2018 Toyota Corolla. Our Toyota dealership in Park Ridge, IL, has an extensive selection of new 2018 Corolla sedans, and we want to get you the keys so that you can enjoy peace of mind on every adventure. The new 2018 Toyota Corolla comes standard with the Toyota Safety Sense™ (TSS-P) suite of driver-assistive technologies to help you remain focused and alert on the road. Plus, you can save thousands when you buy a Corolla instead of a 2018 Nissan Sentra, 2018 Honda Civic, 2018 Chevy Cruze or 2018 Subaru Impreza simply because of the standard TSS-P features. Learn more at Bredemann Toyota in Park Ridge!

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What is Toyota Safety Sense™ (TSS-P)?

Many new Toyota vehicles come standard with Toyota Safety Sense™ (TSS-P), which is a collection of advanced safety features that help you remain in control on the road. The 2018 Corolla sedan offers standard Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert, Automatic High Beams and a Pre-Collision system with Pedestrian Detection. To learn more about the Toyota Safety Sense™ suite of features, you can sit down with our staff and schedule a Toyota test-drive to experience the Toyota safety technology in action.

To get similar safety features
in competitive models, you'd have to pay:

2018 Nissan Sentra
SR

$1,635

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2018 Honda Civic
LX

$1,910

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2018 Chevy Cruze
Premier

$6,385

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2018 Subaru Impreza
2.0i Limited

$7,930

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2018 Corolla: Toyota Safety Sense Cost Comparison:

If you're looking at sedans from Nissan, Honda, Chevy and Subaru, then it'd be good for you to know that it will cost you thousands in upgrades just to equip your vehicle with the same features the 2018 Corolla has standard. Sometimes these brands won't even have a comparable safety feature available. Thanks to the Toyota Safety Sense™ package, a new Corolla costs around $2,000 less than the Civic or Sentra when equipped with comparable safety technologies. And when you look at the Cruze and Impreza, you can save a whopping $6,560 and $8,105, respectively. Think of all the fun things you can do with that saved money while remaining safe and sound with the advanced features you love!

Interested in learning more about our Toyota Safety Sense™ Cost Comparison? Contact Bredemann Toyota in Park Ridge and schedule a 2018 Corolla test-drive today!

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