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The reason that we can say that the all-new 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback is "all-new" is because it really doesn't share anything in common with the Corolla sedan that's currently on sale here in the U.S. The Corolla Hatchback is based on the European version of the car, which Toyota calls the Auris. It rides on a brand-new platform - Toyota's global architecture - and it's an improvement in pretty much every single way over the current Corolla sedan. See all Cars.com videos: https://www.cars.com/videos/ Cars.com’s Editorial department is your source for automotive news and reviews. In line with Cars.com’s long-standing ethics policy, editors and reviewers don’t accept gifts or free trips from automakers. The Editorial department is independent of Cars.com’s advertising, sales and sponsored content departments.
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2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback - Drive, Interior and Exterior. Subscribe. The newest addition to the Corolla family starts with an all-new way of thinking about automotive design. This is the first compact hatch to be conceived and built using the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) – a platform that enables many desirable features. TNGA allowed designers to give Corolla Hatchback a low, wide stance to create a poised, athletic vehicle with a performance-enhancing low centre of gravity. The body is evocatively styled and exceptionally sporty, with a rear spoiler and standard features such as LED headlamps and rear combination lamps to impart a premium appearance. Get inside and even before the drive begins, the Corolla Hatchback engages the senses. For the cabin, designers adopted a modern concept of sensuous minimalism to create an interior that is simple, yet warm and inviting, with a premium look and feel. TNGA optimizes the seating positions even as it helps lower the vehicle’s centre of gravity. Under the hood, engineers created an all-new two-litre, four-cylinder Dynamic Force engine that gives Corolla Hatchback a competitive 168 peak horsepower plus excellent fuel efficiency. This spirited engine is paired with a choice of two all-new transmissions. On the automatic side, a Direct Shift CVT has 10 sequential shiftmatic speed steps, a sport mode, and available paddle shifters. It’s also the first passenger vehicle CVT in the world with a launch gear. This improves transmission efficiency and responsiveness in lower gear ratios. For drivers who prefer a manual gearbox, there’s an all-new six speed intelligent manual transmission with downshift rev-matching control to ensure smoother gear shifting. TNGA also improves the Corolla Hatchback’s dynamic performance. The body is a remarkable 60 percent more rigid than Toyota’s previous compact hatch offering. This maximizes handling and helps reduce noise and vibration. Meantime, suspensions have been carefully tuned to optimize ride comfort and stability, while the many design choices that have lowered the centre of gravity ensure the vehicle stays firmly planted on the road. Of course, the Corolla Hatchback wouldn’t be a Toyota without delivering impressive safety performance: Toyota is committed to making the road safer for all users and to lead the industry with innovative safety technology that’s available to all. To that end, the Corolla Hatchback is the first Toyota to be equipped with Toyota Safety Sense 2.0. This updated safety package adds new active-safety technologies and capabilities that enhance protection such as a Pre-Collision System that can detect a pedestrian under low light conditions or a bicyclist during daytime, a Lane Departure Alert able to detect the road’s edge and a new Lane Trace Assist (LTA) system that reduces driver burden and supports safe driving, especially in traffic congestion or long highway trips, when Dynamic Radar Cruise Control is engaged. This is a significant update to the bundle of active safety technologies Toyota introduced to Canadians in 2016, and which is now included as standard equipment on 95 percent of all new Toyota vehicles sold in the country. Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 joins the Star Safety System, a standard backup camera, seven air bags, electronic parking brake, and other technologies to help drivers avoid accidents or minimize their consequences. To express its upscale, sophisticated character, every 2019 Corolla Hatchback comes standard equipped with an impressive package of amenities. Easy-to-use technologies include Apple CarPlay and the Entune 3.0 Audio multimedia system, featuring the Entune App Suite and navigation provided by Scout GPS Link. These join an 8” Display Audio system with USB audio input and voice recognition, automatic air conditioning, push button start, and more.
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If you've been anticipating the new 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback, you've read our highly favorable driving review, some other fun facts, and our comparison with other compact hatchbacks. Now Toyota has released a few more pieces of the puzzle: pricing and fuel economy numbers.AMAZINF!! 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback pricing and mileage numbers are out Automotive Cars News
The Corolla Hatchback in base SE trim level, equipped with an all-new six-speed manual transmission, will have an MSRP of $20,910, when you count the $920 destination fee.AMAZINF!! 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback pricing and mileage numbers are out Automotive Cars News A continuously variable transmission costs $1,100 more, bringing the total to $22,010.
The CVT includes a simulated 10 speeds via paddle shifter, and even a launch gear for takeoffs that then hands off to belts. Even the SE trim will come standard with Toyota Safety Sense 2.0, the second generation of active driver assist tech such as pre-collision automatic braking with pedestrian detection; dynamic cruise control that will match any speed, even bringing the car to a stop in cars with the CVT; lane departure warnings with steering assist and lane-tracing assist that can follow the path of a preceding vehicle if the lane markers are not visible; road-sign assist; stop-start; and even automatic high beams. Blind-spot monitoring is an option on the SE.
The Hatchback comes with the latest-generation Entune 3.0 infotainment featuring Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa connectivity and what Toyota calls a sport-tuned suspension.
The next trim level is called XSE. With the stick shift, that's $23,910. With the CVT, it's $25,010. Again, those numbers include the destination charge. Blind-spot monitoring is standard on the XSE.
Stepping up to the XSE gets you dual climate controls; an upgraded version of Entune that's standard, with an optional further upgrade to a JBL eight-speaker 800-watt system; leather-and-fabric seating; heated front seats; eight-way power driver's seat; some more stitching and badging; and a 7-inch infotainment screen.Automotive Cars News,
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