Toyota Corolla Cross Price: From $33,000 in October

Toyota’s new Corolla-based crossover has been detailed for Australia with a range of competitive specification levels and hybrids.
Expected .css-vurnku{box-sizing:border-box;margin:0;min-width:0;} The Toyota Corolla Cross has been detailed for the Australian market, with eight models priced at $33,000 going on sale in October.
Three trim levels and three powertrains will be offered, including the brand’s new 2.0-liter hybrid in 2WD and AWD forms. The series will include GX, GXL and the flagship Atmos.
The hybrid version of the GX 2WD Hybrid starts at $35,500, which is $2,000 less than the hybrid version of the small Toyota C-HR, which is based on the same platform as the Corolla and Corolla Cross.
When it hits the ground, the Corolla Cross will challenge Kia Seltos, Hyundai Kona, Mazda CX-30 and even Kia Niro.
It’s a cross between the smaller Yaris Cross in Toyota’s lineup and the bigger (and much sought after) RAV4. Availability and possible waiting times are yet to be confirmed.
Highlights on the entry-level Corolla Cross GX include 17-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights and daytime running lights, heated and folding mirrors, automatic climate control, cloth seat trim, and push-button keyless entry.
Inside, the Corolla Cross GX features Toyota’s next-generation infotainment system with an 8.0-inch touchscreen display, six-speaker audio system, wireless Apple CarPlay, wired Android Auto, and DAB+ digital radio.
The new infotainment system will also come standard with a data management module enabling Toyota Connected services such as automatic collision notification, emergency SOS and stolen vehicle tracking.
The GXL and Atmos feature a 10.5-inch touchscreen with satellite navigation, while the flagship also features a new 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster.
All versions of the Corolla Cross will offer the latest Toyota Safety Sense assist features, including the new lane change assist and AEB with pedestrian and cyclist detection, adaptive cruise control with cornering speed control, lane following assist and warning. about lane departure.
In addition, the entire range will come standard with eight airbags, automatic high beams, Blind Spot Assist with Safe Exit Assist, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and a rearview camera.
The petrol Corolla Cross is powered by a 2.0-litre front-wheel-drive petrol engine, but power has yet to be confirmed. In the respective Corolla Hatch and Sedan, the engine delivers 125 kW and 200 Nm.
The hybrid version of the Toyota Corolla Cross will be powered by the brand’s fifth-generation 2.0-liter gasoline-electric hybrid drive. While local power has not been confirmed, the European model delivers 146kW with E-Four all-wheel drive thanks to a 30.6kW electric motor on the rear axle for low grip conditions.
The Corolla Cross Hybrid is available in 2WD (front-wheel drive) on all three trim levels, with E-Four all-wheel drive reserved for the GXL and Atmos versions.
Fuel consumption figures for the range are also not available, although Toyota’s local website confirms that the Corolla Cross GX 2WD gets 4.4L/100km city and 4.6L/100km extra-urban.
James Wong is a product editor at CarExpert in Melbourne, Australia. With a background in the trade press and with manufacturers, James’ expertise in product knowledge stems from a lifelong obsession with cars. James is a journalism graduate from Monash University, an avid tennis player, and a proud ambassador for Drive Against Depression, a charity that promotes mental health through driving freedom and love of cars. He is also the proud father of the 2019 Volkswagen Golf GTI Freddy.

Post time: Aug-30-2022