Last year, Toyota introduced the Corolla Cross as its first conventional compact crossover model, ostensibly replacing the quirky C-HR as its entry in that popular category.
What’s New/Key Changes From Last Year
This year, the Corolla Cross gets revisions to its infotainment and driver safety assist systems. The base L trim also gains a rear wiper.
Toyota offers the Corolla Cross in L, LE, and XLE trims. All are powered by a 2.0L four-cylinder engine and a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT); all-wheel drive is optional in L and LE, and standard in XLE.
L trim comes with an 8.0-inch touchscreen, a 4.2-inch driver info display, heated front seats, air conditioning, 17-inch steel wheels, heated side mirrors, and LED headlights/taillights.
All Corolla Cross models come with the Safety Sense 3.0 suite of automatic high beams, radar cruise control, steering assist, forward collision mitigation, intersection assist, lane departure alert, and lane tracing assist.
LE adds passive keyless entry, automatic A/C, 17-inch alloy wheels, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert.
XLE gains automated park assist, wireless phone charging, a 7.0-inch gauge display, a power driver’s seat, an auto-dimming mirror, dual-zone A/C, 18-inch wheels, fog lights, a sunroof, power tailgate, and nine-speaker audio.
The Corolla Cross’s sole option is an LE premium package of a sunroof, wireless phone charging, and roof rails.
Toyota’s fuel consumption estimates are 7.6/7.0 L/100 km (city/highway) for FWD models, and 8.1/7.4 L/100 km with AWD.
This vehicle has not yet been reviewed