Before the lockdowns began and the world was stuck at home, we took a Toyota Corolla for one final road trip from the top of NZ to the bottom.
Toyota’s top-spec small sedan takes a positive step upmarket.
Sporty style, stacks of safety – and the ability to dodge petrol stations. What more could a Corolla buyer ask for?
Boasting more space, a bigger boot and Toyota's impressive hybrid driveline, is this SX sedan the pick of the Corolla range?
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.
Despite the increasing popularity of hybrid motivation, two out of three Corollas remain pure petrol power. And while the flagship ZR four-banger mightn't be the shrewdest choice in the hatchback range, we discover it's oh-so likeable indeed.
My winning pick for 2018 is the new Toyota Corolla Hybrid. Shortly after the all-new model launched locally in August I reviewed the mid-spec SX variant. Why a Corolla? The new-generation model is such a leap forward in so many ways, and personally I believe it’s a genuine top pick in the small-car segment...
Welcome to the inaugural CarAdvice Winners Circle, our debut annual award program showcasing our editorial team’s motoring highlight releases of the year. After some long and hard consideration of the pros and cons of more traditional award formats, it was ultimately reader and car industry feedback – through surveys, garage day chats and even a focus group – that moulded exactly the form Winners Circle would take...
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.
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.
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.