A 2021 Toyota Corolla driving on a roadway at night

What Safety Features are on the 2021 Toyota Corolla?

2021 Toyota Corolla Includes Safety Technology

When it comes to purchasing or leasing a vehicle, we want to know that the vehicle is safe and reliable. While for some people this means having standard safety features, for others it means having certain assistance technology in place to help drivers avoid collisions. Today we will go over some of these safety and assistance features on the 2021 Toyota Corolla.

2021 Toyota Corolla Offers Standard Safety Features

The 2021 Toyota Corolla has a whopping ten airbags placed throughout the compact car. The driver and front passenger have Whiplash-Injury-Lessening seats with seatbelts designed with pretensioners and force limiters. All seating positions have 3-point seatbelts. The rear, outer seats have a LATCH system, and the rear doors have child-protector locks.

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Solid Construction Aids in Safety on 2021 Corolla

A 2021 Toyota Corolla driving on a road in the city at night

The construction of the 2021 Toyota Corolla is designed to protect occupants, too. This vehicle was built with high-tensile-strength steel body panels. There are front and rear energy-absorbing crumble zones with side-impact door beams. The 2021 Corolla has a head-impact protection structure and energy-absorbing collapsible steering column.

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Assistance Features Aid in 2021 Corolla Reliability

The 2021 Toyota Corolla has two programs that aid in the reliability of the vehicle: Toyota Safety Sense™ and Star Safety System™. The Toyota Safety Sense contains different programs that are designed to alert drivers of possible collisions. Sometimes the vehicle provides a visual alert, while other times there is an auditory alert. The programs that fall under the Star Safety System are more of the automatic variety. These are for when road conditions are not good. Additional traction, braking, or stability may be needed, and the 2021 Toyota Corolla knows when these programs need to be activated to help keep you on the road.

Additional Information on the 2021 Toyota Corolla

If you would like additional information on the 2021 Toyota Corolla, reach out to Magnussen’s Toyota of Palo Alto CA. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have.