2023 Toyota Corolla Cross – INTERIOR

2023 Toyota Corolla CROSS – INTERIOR / Toyota Corolla Cross 2023

The base engine in the Toyota Corolla Cross 2023 is a 169-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder, but an optional hybrid system adds three electric motors to boost combined output to 194 ponies. The Corolla Cross sits between the smaller C-HR and the larger RAV4 in Toyota’s lineup, competing with popular rivals such as the Jeep Compass. The Toyota, on the other hand, comes standard with a slew of driver-assistance features, including adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist.

For 2023, a new hybrid powertrain with standard all-wheel drive will be added to the lineup. The Corolla Cross hybrid is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and three electric motors, producing 194 horsepower in total. Three new trim levels have been added: S, SE, and XSE, and all models now have an updated infotainment system with an 8.0-inch display.

L $24,000 (est)
LE $26,000 (est)
LE hybrid $28,000 (est)
XLE $28,000 (est)
XLE hybrid $30,000 (est)
S hybrid $32,000 (est)
SE hybrid $34,000 (est)
XSE hybrid $36,000 (est)

The XLE model has the features that many SUV buyers want, such as a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, blind-spot monitoring, front and rear parking sensors, and stylish 18-inch aluminum wheels. Although front-wheel drive is standard, all-wheel drive is available for those who require it. If there’s a flaw in the Cross’ pricing, it’s that a well-equipped XLE like the one we tested competes with the larger, roomier, and overall better RAV4.

All non-hybrid Corolla Cross models will be equipped with a 169-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and a continuously variable automatic transmission; front-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel drive is optional. We complained during the first test that the acceleration was slow and the engine sounded buzzy, especially at high revs. Our all-wheel drive test vehicle achieved a 60-mph time of 9.2 seconds on our test track. Sloths move faster. The hybrid powertrain is comprised of a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and three electric motors; all-wheel drive is standard, and the powertrain produces a total of 194 horsepower.

The EPA rates the front-wheel drive Corolla Cross at 31 mpg city and 33 mpg highway; opting for all-wheel drive reduces those figures to 29 and 32, respectively. The Corolla Cross slightly underperformed its highway fuel economy rating of 30 mpg in our 75-mph highway fuel-economy test. The EPA estimates for the hybrid model are not yet available, but Toyota predicts a combined rating of 37 mpg.

Drivers who are familiar with the Corolla sedan will feel right at home inside the Corolla Cross. The dashboard, interior materials, and convenience features are nearly identical to those found in the four-door model. However, the larger dimensions of the Corolla Cross provide more space for passengers, particularly in the back seat, as well as additional cargo space. Lower trims are far more basic, but the XLE model includes attractive faux-leather upholstery, heated front seats, a leather-wrapped shift knob, and a flip-down center armrest for rear-seat passengers.

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