is a stylish and capable crossover SUV that’s perfect for families. It has a spacious interior with plenty of room for cargo
doesn’t look much like a Corolla, so you might think Toyota’s just putting the well-known Corolla badge on its all-new compact SUV
now that we’ve put the Corolla Cross to the test in full we think Toyota has shown what could be considered the pinnacle Corolla.
Not really. Although the Corolla hatchback is 7.7 inches taller and extends 3.6 inches from nose to tail, the Corolla Cross doesn’t feel any roomier.
However, if you opt for all-wheel drive like the Corolla Cross XLE The test was equipped with a Toyota swap in a multi-link rear suspension similar to a Corolla hatchback.
as the regular Corolla, with most of the rest of the interior borrowed from that car, albeit massaged for the crossover’s taller height.
Absolutely. If you find yourself driving your Toyota down a gravel or dirt path, its slippery ride, while usually a liability on the road, is useful.
For the most part, Toyota is due to the complete lack of Officially low settings for power ground clearance or its transmission