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2019 Toyota Corolla ZR hybrid review

Tech like a Prius, but at a much sharper price and in a much sharper suit. A hybrid might not be the first thing you think of when looking for a small car, but the Corolla hybrid makes a compelling case for itself.

2019 Toyota Corolla SX Hybrid review

The new Corolla has gone from being the boring option to one of the top picks in the small car class. In SX Hybrid guise, it's also ripper value.

2019 Toyota Corolla Ascent Sport review

The latest version of the world’s most popular car brings hitherto unseen levels of dynamism and design nous to the Corolla badge. It’s not without flaws, as we will show, but we challenge you not to like what Toyota has created here.

2019 Toyota Corolla review

The new Toyota Corolla should remain the market’s most popular passenger car, but it doesn’t follow the established script. Perfect? Not quite. But we admire the boldness.

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Toyota Corolla Videos

2019 Toyota Corolla Ascent Sport review

Toyota's new Corolla is bolder and sportier than ever before - perhaps more even than we could have ever imagined - but has it lost some practicality in the process? Jez Spinks drives. MORE: Corolla v Mazda 3 v Hyundai i30 comparison...

2019 Toyota Corolla review: First drive

Alborz jets to the US to drive the new-generation Toyota Corolla.    ...

2017 Rally Australia preview - Harry Bates hot lap

With this year’s 2017 Rally Australia set to kicking off in November, CarAdvice got a sneak preview of what to expect, jumping into an ARC-spec Toyota Corolla S2000, for a dusty forest-stage hot lap with Australian Rally Championship young-gun, Harry Bates.

2016 Toyota Corolla Hybrid Review

Read the article here. What happens when you take one of Australia’s best-selling models and make it more fuel-efficient? You get the new Toyota Corolla Hybrid, which is on sale now priced from just $26,990 plus on-road costs. Sounds like a bargain, right?

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Toyota Corolla Comparisons

2019 Toyota Corolla v Hyundai i30 v Mazda 3 comparison

It’s fair to presume a couple of things when you consider that non-premium small cars are amongst the biggest-selling – make that the biggest-selling – passenger cars out there. And it’s also easy to presume that you don’t get much goodness for your modest spend...

2018 Toyota C-HR v 1988 Toyota Corolla SR5 4WD Wagon comparison

Over time, we have forgotten the meaning of what an SUV is. Look up your average dictionary and it will tell you it’s a "rugged vehicle with a truck-like chassis and four-wheel drive, designed for occasional off-road use". Now put that description to the likes of the Suzuki Ignis, Mazda CX-3 or Nissan Juke...

2017 Holden Astra LT sedan v 2017 Toyota Corolla Ascent sedan comparison

From styling to equipment and value, Holden has take the offensive to the small-car market with its Euro-influenced Astra sedan range. An offer too good to be true? We pitch it against the evergreen, big-selling Corolla to test the measure of the Astra's goodness.

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Toyota Corolla News

Toyota Corolla hot hatch is 'inevitable' - report

A heated-up version of the Toyota Corolla is reportedly in the works as the company seeks to increase its desirability. Sources have told Autocar a hot hatch based on the latest Corolla will "inevitably" be launched. Although there's no official confirmation of such a model, adding a hero model to one of the company's most well-known and best-selling models would certainly fulfil Akio Toyoda's mission to make Toyota "fun to drive, again"...

2019 Toyota Corolla wagon revealed

The next-generation Toyota Corolla wagon has been revealed ahead of an in-the-flesh debut at the Paris motor show in early October. To be known in Europe as the Corolla Touring Sports, the new wagon variant utilises the same TNGA GA-C platform as the hatch, which is already on sale in Australia. The new wagon rides on a 2700mm wheelbase, up 60mm from the hatch...

Toyota Europe adopts Corolla nameplate for 2019

Toyota Europe has announced it will be adopting the Corolla nameplate for its small hatchback, sedan and wagon range in 2019, dropping the long-running Auris badge it has used for some time. All three versions of the European Corolla will be based on the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) component set, replacing the separate platforms of each respective body style currently...

CarAdvice podcast 117: Ride along with our hatch comparison!

It's a Sydney special! Joining Mandy Turner on the panel this week are CarAdvice CEO Andrew Beecher, founders Alborz Fallah and Tony Crawford, along with Trent Nikolic and Paul Maric. In car news, Holden has announced $28 million for autonomy and electric vehicle development, General Motors has stated there is 'no exit plan' for Holden, and reckons it's 'certainly capable' of getting Cadillac to Australia...

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Toyota Corolla Owner Reviews

2006 Toyota Corolla Ascent Seca review

In the last six months, my wife and I traded our 11-year-old white automatic ex-rental Toyota Corolla Ascent and upgraded to a much nicer (and car enthusiast aligned) manual Mazda 3 SP25 GT sedan in Soul Red. Obviously, loving the new car and will write a review once I have done 5000km on the clock, but today's review is all about the trusty old Corolla...

1993 Toyota Corolla RV Seca review

I suspect that, from the earliest of times, we’ve always viewed the past as being far better than it actually was. Speaking for myself, I’ve found the older I get, the faster, stronger and better behaved I was when I was young. In researching this, I came across this quote about 'modern youths': “The children now love luxury; they have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for elders and love chatter in place of exercise...

2001 Toyota Corolla Conquest Seca review

I have a 2001 Toyota Corolla and have owned it 17 years now. I have never had one single problem with it. I bought this car because of Toyota’s reliable reputation, it was a very nice-looking car back in 2001, and due to its compact size. I had owned a couple of Toyotas in the past and knew that they were good and reliable cars...

2003 Toyota Corolla Sportivo review

Having been a die-hard Toyota LandCruiser owner for many years, driving an exciting performance car seemed like a distant memory, a memory that included Falcon GTs, Valiant Pacers et cetera. To say that I was astonished after driving a Corolla Sportivo VVTL-i for the first time would only be half of the description...

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