If you’ve ever taken a long trip in your car, you understand how cruise control can be a lifesaver. Not having to mentally and physically maintain a speed for hours and hours on end allows you to save your energy and spend more time channeling it elsewhere. One question future Corolla owners ask is “Does the Corolla come standard with cruise control?” Keep reading to find out.
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control on 2017 Toyota Corolla
Does the 2017 Toyota Corolla have cruise control? Nope, it has something better! All new 2017 Corolla’s are equipped with Toyota Safety Sense P, which features a tool called Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. This safety feature works like regular cruise control, and is designed to function at speeds from 25 to 110 miles per hour, however it features an extra component that will make life on the road even easier! Using the Corolla’s forward-facing radar and a camera, the Dynamic Radar Cruise Control can detect the distance of a vehicle in front of you and automatically adjust your speed accordingly. This means less time manually adjusting it yourself, and more time spent enjoying the ride.
If you would like to see first-hand how Dynamic Radar Cruise Control works in the new 2017 Toyota Corolla, then be sure to stop by Bill Alexander Toyota located in Yuma, AZ and we would be happy to set you up with a no-obligations test drive!