Five Things to Know About the Toyota Corolla Hatchback

Five Things to Know About the 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback

 For the first time in North America, Toyota’s newest, stylish, and most technologically-advanced small car, the all-new 2019 Corolla Hatchback, makes its debut at the New York International Auto Show. 

Unveiling of the 2019 Corolla Hatchback took place at the 2018 NYIAS.

2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback made its debut in March at the 2018 New York International Auto Show.

Here are five things to know about Toyota’s newest hatchback:

  1. The Corolla Hatchback comes in two grades: SE or XSESE grade is equipped with single-zone automatic climate control, leather shift knob, and paddle shifters located behind the steering wheel. An electronic parking brake, three-door SmartKey system, automatic up/down windows, and two front USB outlets are standard as well. XSE grade builds on SE’s amenity palette by including dual-zone climate control, combination leather (leather with mélange-like fabric) seating, heated front seats, 18-in alloy wheels, LED fog lights, chrome front grille surround, and eight-way power driver’s seat. XSE’s instrument panel and doors receive unique stitching, and behind the multifunction steering wheel, a 7-inch TFT Multi-Information Display (MID) shows vehicle information, turn-by-turn navigation, and various vehicle settings (including those pertaining to Lane Departure Alert, Lane Tracing Assist, Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection and Blind Spot Monitor).
     
  2. The Corolla Hatchback’s seamless unification of comfort and sporty controllability begins with the Toyota New Global Architecture C (TNGA) platform. An all-new TNGA-based powertrain is the heart of Corolla Hatchback’s Fun-To-Drive identity. Its 2.0-liter Dynamic-Force direct-injection inline four-cylinder engine (M20A-FKS) adopts the latest in Toyota technology and structural efficacies for gains in power, fuel efficiency, and cleaner emissions. Continue reading

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