23 Sep 2022
If you would like to obtain an overview of the specifications of the latest Toyota Corolla, please have a look at the Youtube video below:
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There is a general movement amongst competitors when it comes to specifications and features on vehicles: Good, Better, Best. By comparison, Toyota seems to have a different approach: Easier, Simpler, and Functional. This very statement alone can inspire a flood of think-pieces amongst motoring aficionados about which approach is the best. In the case of the Toyota Corolla, however, it is numbers that speak.
The model is the world's best-selling car, and this alone should encourage Toyota’s peers to lay down their tools and have a very close look at what the Japanese manufacturer is doing. The all-new Toyota Corolla has now entered its 12th generation. Despite the obvious success of the model, Toyota is remaining very close to its original blueprint when it comes to specs and features.
The new range of Toyota Corolla is available in a choice of either petrol or hybrid engines. There is also the option of two engine variants, a 1.8 or 2.0-litre. The blend of the petrol engine and electric motor is a great strategy of Toyota’s. Not only does this enhance the vehicle’s performance, but it is also great for sustainability. This is one of the cornerstones of the Corolla’s identity and a wonderful example of how the Japanese manufacturer has enlarged on one of the ideals that has contributed to its success.
From a performance standpoint, the latest Toyota Corolla drive is focused on safety and control. The double wishbone contributes to the vehicle’s handling, an aspect that Toyota has said is its best to date. There has been an overwhelming surge from competitors recently with the advent of driver safety technologies. It should be a welcome addition to any driving experience, but the more options that a driver has, the more muddling it has the potential to become.
Toyota seems sensitive to this - which is why the latest Toyota Corolla is equipped with driver-assist tech which is simple to understand. Additions such as Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and Hill-Assist Control (HAC) are not groundbreaking innovations, but relevant and needed for the range. There is more choice with the XR models, which come standard with the Toyota Safety Sense package. It is a succinct .combination of systems that includes a Blind Spot Monitor and Lane Keeping System.
If you would like to obtain a more detailed view of the latest features available to the All-new Toyota Corolla, please download our brochure here. By locating your nearest approved CFAO Motors Toyota Dealership, you can also take this wonderful model for a test drive. Let’s look at the specs in more detail.
Our entry model is the Toyota Corolla 1.8 XS CVT. This model is equipped with 5 seats and 171Nm of torque.
|Acceleration in seconds (0-100km/h):||10.5 seconds|
|Combined fuel consumption:||6.2 litres per 100kms|
|Standard features:||Anti-theft system, child restraint system (ISOFIX)|
The second model in our range is the Toyota Corolla 1.8 XS Hybrid CVT. This model is equipped with 72kW of power and has 4 doors.
|Acceleration in seconds (0-100km/h):||-|
|Combined fuel consumption:||3.5 litres per 100kms|
|Standard features:||Power door lock, ABS braking system|
The third model in our line-up in the Toyota Corolla 2.0 XR. It has a manual transmission and 200Nm of torque.
|Acceleration in seconds (0-100km/h):||8.0 seconds|
|Combined fuel consumption:||6.5 litres per 100kms|
|Standard features:||Brake-assist, electronic brake force distribution|
Sitting at the top of the range is the Toyota Corolla 2.0 XR CVT. This model comes standard with 5 Seats and 200Nm of torque.
|Acceleration in seconds (0-100km/h):||8.6 seconds|
|Combined fuel consumption:||6.0 litres per 100kms|
|Standard features:||Lane trace assist, blind spot monitor|
If it is a reliable and economical vehicle that you require, the Toyota Corolla is the perfect choice for you. The Toyota Camry would be ideal for the consumer that requires a touch of luxury.
This honour goes to the Toyota Supra, which can reach 100km’h in just 4.3 seconds.
The Toyota Corolla is an incredibly reliable vehicle. In 2018 the model was ranked 4th in the J.D Power reliability survey.
This engine variant is very economical and reliable and is designed to deliver passengers from point A to point B.
Due to its fuel efficiency, the Corolla is a great option for long distances.
If there is one luxurious standout with the latest Toyota Corolla, it would be its exterior styling. It is here where Toyota has pivoted slightly from its aesthetic, with great success. The rest is an exercise in safety, reliability, and simplicity. And truthfully? The world best selling vehicle needs nothing more.
If you would like to learn more about the latest Toyota Corolla’s specifications, please download our brochure here. Alternatively, feel free to contact us.