How do I tell what trim my 2013 toyota corolla is. It is supposed to be an S/Le but doesn't have the some of he feature that trim is supposed to have.

Asked by Aug 21, 2015 at 08:22 PM about the 2013 Toyota Corolla

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There (should be) an emblem on the trunk. If it has a spoiler is an S. Only the S has the spoiler. And it is either an S, L or LE. No such Trim as S/LE. Another way to tell is if it has 16" wheels it's an LE. The L has 15" wheels. Click to get full screen

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The L is the Base.(Does not even have cruise control) Next step up is LE. Up again is S. Then there is the LE 'Special edition' with all the bells and whistles, bluetooth, heated seats, and all

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