The 2008 Toyota Corolla comes in three trim levels with varying degrees of standard and optional features.
There’s a decent amount of standard equipment in the base CE version of the Corolla; Toyota installs such features as a four-speaker AM/FM/CD sound system, air conditioning, and power mirrors and tilt steering wheel. Autospectator.com feels that with these standard features in the Corolla, “Toyota eliminated the traditional notion of a ‘base’ model.” Moving up the trim levels brings some minor exterior additions and some chrome trim on the S. The top-end LE adds even more, and Cars.com applauds the car’s “power windows, keyless entry and vibrant electroluminescent gauges that are easy to read.”
BusinessWeek notes that some high-end options aren’t available, including leather. A navigation system is also not present, nor is Bluetooth connectivity. “Cruise control, a moonroof and a JBL audio system with an in-dash six-CD changer are optional,” Cars.com notes.