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

After a couple of months behind the wheel we have to ask, would it be easier if every car was just a Toyota Corolla Hybrid?

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?

REVISIT: 2020 Toyota Corolla ZR Hybrid hatch review

The Corolla is Australia's top-selling passenger car so far this year – impressive for a nameplate that dates back to 1966. What makes the 'Rolla so popular? Let's take another look at Kez's review of the stylish ZR Hybrid, to find out.

The last road trip: Driving a Toyota Corolla through New Zealand

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.

2020 Toyota Corolla ZR sedan review

Toyota’s top-spec small sedan takes a positive step upmarket.

2020 Toyota Corolla SX Hybrid sedan review

Boasting more space, a bigger boot and Toyota's impressive hybrid driveline, is this SX sedan the pick of the Corolla range?

2020 Toyota Corolla sedan review

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 Toyota Corolla ZR petrol review

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.