- Is the Toyota Corolla Hatch a good car?
- Who is the Toyota Corolla Hatch a good car for?
- Is the Toyota Corolla Hatch a good first car?
- Is the Toyota Corolla Hatch a good family car?
- Is there a Hybrid Toyota Corolla Hatch?
- What’s it like to drive?
- Reviewer’s opinion
- What does it look like?
- What is the Toyota Corolla Hatch like inside?
- Tech features
- Price and specs
- Which is the cheapest Corolla hatch?
- How much does it cost?
- Similar Cars to the Toyota Corolla Hatch
Toyota recently launched an updated version of its Corolla Hatch, including a new hybrid model. Here's everything that you need to know about the Corolla Hatch.
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Is the Toyota Corolla Hatch a good car?
The Hatch variant of the Corolla shares the majority of its components with the regular Corolla sedan, making it a very good car indeed.
Who is the Toyota Corolla Hatch a good car for?
The Toyota Corolla Hatch is aimed at a more youthful buyer who wants a sporty-looking hatchback that is reliable and efficient too.
Is the Toyota Corolla Hatch a good first car?
The Corolla Hatch is safe, efficient and easy to drive, making it a great first car for those who can afford it.
Is the Toyota Corolla Hatch a good family car?
The Hatch has a relatively small boot, however, those with a smaller family will find it acceptable.
Is there a Hybrid Toyota Corolla Hatch?
Toyota South Africa has introduced a new hybrid version of the Corolla Hatch, which features the brand’s fifth-generation hybrid powertrain.
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What’s it like to drive?
We had a chance to drive the hybrid variant at the launch, and managed a respectable 3.9 L/100km on the test route, and found the model to be very agreeable in terms of refinement and build quality.
– Sean Nurse, AutoTrader
What does it look like?
What is the Toyota Corolla Hatch like inside?
“New digital Instrument clusters are adopted on both Xs and Xr grades. Xs models feature a 7-Inch display with a large centrally housed speedometer and integrated Multi-Information Display (MID). Xr variants receive an all-new 12.3-inch digital display, stretching the full width of the panel and offering various display options.”- Toyota South Africa
The Corolla, in Hatch guise, is one of Toyota’s best-looking products, managing to look both elegant and sporty, a theme which continues to its interior too.
- Automatic LED tail- and headlamps
- Park distance control
- Reverse camera
- Rain sensing wipers
- Touchscreen infotainment system
- Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
- USB Ports
- Cruise Control
- Driver + Passenger + Side airbags
- Vehicle Stability Control (VSC)
- ABS brakes
- Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
- Hill Assist Control
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM)
- Lane Trace Assist (LTA)
- Pre-Collision System (PCS)
- Toyota Connect
Price and specs
Which is the cheapest Corolla hatch?
The most affordable Toyota Corolla hatch is the 1.8 Xs Hybrid, prices usually start from R 490 900
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How much does it cost?
|Corolla Hatch 1.8 Xs Hybrid||from R 490 900|
|Corolla Hatch 1.8 Xr Hybrid||from R 528 400|
|Corolla Hatch 1.8 Xr Hybrid Bi-tone||from R 538 800|
|Corolla Hatch 2.0 Xr CVT||from R 517 100|
|Corolla Hatch 2.0 Xr CVT Bi-tone||from R 529 000|
*Pricing was correct at the time of publishing and subject to change without notice.
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Sean NurseWith a lifelong passion for cars, bikes, and motorsport, Sean knew that attaining a degree in journalism would allow him to pursue his passion, which was to be a motoring journalist. After graduating in 2012, Sean was awarded a bursary from the SAGMJ which allowed him to work for a variety of motoring publications. This was a dream come true for Sean, and after a year of gaining vital industry experience, he was hired as a motoring journalist at a local newspaper and worked his way up to editor. In 2020, Sean joined the AutoTrader team and counts himself lucky to wake up and genuinely love what he does for a living.View News & Reviews