Hybrid cars have made quite an impact in the automotive market in recent years and Toyota's new hot hatchback, the Corolla, is a strong addition.
We're going to take a look at all the different aspects of the Corolla so you can discover all there is to know about this new model.
The design of Toyota’s small cars are fabulous, and the Corolla is no exception. Its sleek, low bonnet gives it a sporty vibe; and the front and rear LED lights not only add to the eye-catching design, but are also very low energy. There is an air of futurism with the Corolla that makes it a desirable and attractive vehicle, and the choice of three distinctive wheel designs and a range of bi-tone paint options to choose from make it even easier on the eye.
Inside the Corolla, you’ll find a sporty atmosphere. The blue interior lighting really sets the mood, and this combined with the edgy all-black interior will fully put you in race mode. The Corolla is spacious, with a modern feel and makes you, the driver, the priority with the steering position designed to help avoid fatigue, and the 8” full colour touch display acting as the gateway to the array of features on offer.
In terms of performance, the Corolla is very competitive.
The table below shows the Corolla's stats based on the 1.8 Litre Hybrid Engine:
The Corolla is equipped with Toyota Safety Sense as standard. You can benefit from Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Trace Assistance and a Pre-Collision System to name but a few. The Corolla earned a 5-star rating in Euro NCAP Safety Testing, so you can drive it knowing you’re in safe hands.
The Corolla starts from £23,755 for the hybrid model, £21,300 for the petrol.