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2021 Toyota Corolla Ascent Sport Hybrid sedan long-term review: The driving gig

The Corolla has been many things to many people over the years – today James puts it to the test as a gig-economy workhorse...

2021 Toyota Corolla Ascent Sport Hybrid sedan long-term review: Introduction

Our latest long-termer is the best-selling the car the world has ever seen, albeit not in this particular colour...

2021 Toyota Corolla Ascent Sport hatch petrol review

If you're not in the market for a hybrid Corolla hatch, can you live with a base-spec ’Rolla?

2020 Toyota Corolla sedan review: Ascent Sport hybrid

When it comes to the hybrid Corolla sedan, is basic best?

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REVIEW: 2020 Toyota Corolla Sedan

Despite a 16-month wait since the launch of the hatch, the new Corolla sedan has arrived and follows closely in the fine-form footsteps of its five-door sibling.

2019 Kia Cerato v Toyota Corolla comparison | Best small car?

Kia’s Cerato has a few rough edges, but for many buyers, these are smoothed out by the Korean hatchback’s excellent ownership credentials that start with its sharp drive-away pricing and finish with that generous factory warranty (unless owned even longer than seven years, of course). And in between, there’s a practical and comfortable interior that makes the Cerato roomy transport for a small family...

2019 Small Car Comparison

It's time. We've put the 10 most popular small cars together, priced between $30,000 and $40,000, to see which are most deserving of your attention.

2019 Toyota Corolla range review: Where's the sweet spot?

Alright, you've decided you're buying a new-generation 2019 Toyota Corolla, but which should you get? To help you decide, we've put a number of models to the test – Corolla Ascent Sport, Corolla SX Hybrid and Corolla ZR Hybrid – head-to-head.

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Spec shootout: 2021 Hyundai i30 Elite sedan v Toyota Corolla SX sedan

The world of the humble small sedan has become a little more broad-ranging of late. Traditional three-box small cars have grown, and buyers have moved away from medium sedans, thus somehow creating a new, melded category. Hatch versus sedan arguments have raged for decades, but there’s no denying the neat and almost elegant lines of the saloon option, particularly as manufacturers have turned to designs that inject a level of style and intrigue into the segment...

Small car value review: 2020 Toyota Yaris v Toyota Corolla comparison

The Toyota Yaris has upped its game but also its pricing – in a big way. Does the city car now make any sense for buyers over a comparably priced Corolla?

2019 Kia Cerato Sport v Toyota Corolla SX comparison

Two popular small cars in mid-range grades, but is the Cerato Sport or Corolla SX our favourite hatchback here?

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Toyota Corolla News

Another nail in the coffin for manual gearboxes: Toyota Corolla manual deleted

EXCLUSIVE The manual transmission option is about to be discreetly dropped from Australia's favourite passenger car – a model in which many motorists learned to drive. Hammering another nail in the coffin for the stick shift, the Toyota Corolla – Australia's best-selling passenger car for the past eight years and an icon among first-time drivers – will lose the option of a manual transmission from next month...

2022 Toyota GR Corolla rendered: Everything we know so far about Toyota's Golf GTI fighter

Toyota's Gazoo Racing performance division is widely rumoured to be working on a second hot hatchback: the 2022 Toyota GR Corolla. One size up from the critically-acclaimed GR Yaris, the new GR Corolla is slated to launch globally sometime in 2022 as Toyota's rival for the Volkswagen Golf GTI and R, Hyundai i30 N, Ford Focus ST, Renault Megane RS and Subaru WRX...

Small cars are affordable – but which top seller is truly the cheapest?

Small hatchbacks and sedans are still popular. As a category, they sit in fifth place overall – underneath the ever-growing small, medium and large SUV classes, and the dual-cab ute segment. Being fifth means over 10,000 Australian private buyers and businesses take delivery of a small car each month...

Around the tracks: Toyota proves hydrogen cars can sound good

When we’re not creating it ourselves, the CarAdvice team spends a lot of time finding and consuming motoring content from all over the world. Here’s a handful of the photos, articles, videos or social media posts that most caught our eye last week. Some of them are brand new, others have been online for a while. Enjoy them – just not too much, okay? 1...

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Toyota Corolla Owner Reviews

2012 Toyota Corolla Levin ZR review

There have been lots of professional car reviews of the Corolla, and not surprisingly, what they say is generally what I’ve experienced. Utterly reliable, affordable to run and delivers middle of the road motoring. Or as the Dog and Lemon Guide put it, the Corolla is ‘a moderately stylish consumer appliance’...

1993 Toyota Corolla RV Seca review

We bought this awful green-coloured 1993 RV Toyota Corolla from Brian Hilton Toyota in Gosford back in February 1994. It was an ex-demo car with 3000km on the clock at the time. It was first registered on the 30th of December 1993, perhaps to boost sales figures for the month? They certainly were not a cheap car when new - $28,000 and this was not the top of the range 'Ultima' model...

2018 Toyota Corolla Ascent Sport Hybrid review: The rental

I hired a Toyota Corolla GX Hybrid in New Zealand for 8 days. This car is the same spec as an Australian-delivered Ascent Sport Hybrid with the addition of standard sat-nav and DAB. I drove this car all over the South Island of NZ and did nearly 2700km in total. I enjoy researching new cars and I specifically chose this make and model to hire as I wanted to try out the new hybrid powertrain and advanced technology this model offers...

1980 Toyota Corolla CS review

Not everyone wants to have everything done for them. Some people would prefer to add every last ingredient to their spaghetti bolognese, while others prefer to buy a tin of Campbells. Me however, I am the former, which is why I still own my first car which I bought 9 years ago for $800. It's my 1980 Toyota Corolla 4-door sedan, with the big block 1...

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