U.S.-assembled Toyota Corolla Cross is coming to American dealerships in October. The starting price is $22,195. All-wheel drive is available.
The Toyota Corolla Cross combines the agility of a small car with the versatility of a crossover. It sits on a high-strength TNGA-C platform and is powered by a 2.0-liter 169-hp Dynamic Force Engine in pair with CVT. Customers can opt for a front-wheel-drive model or an all-wheel-drive one. The latter costs an additional $1,300.
Toyota emphasizes the vehicle’s outstanding spaciousness and surprising cargo capacity. The towing capacity is up to 1,500 pounds. The exterior features LED lighting, 17-inch steel or 18-inch alloy wheels, seven color choices.
The interior offers a power moonroof, single- or dual-zone automatic climate control, fabric-trimmed seats, a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, a center armrest with two additional cupholders, power liftgate with height adjustability.
The standard equipment includes a 7-inch multimedia display (an 8-inch one is optional), 4.2-inch MID, Apple CarPlay/ Android Auto/ Amazon Alexa, SiriusXM trial, rear HVAC Vents, Toyota Safety Sense 2.0, remote Keyless Entry, 3 USB ports.
Three trim levels are available with the following prices for an FWD model: $22,195 – L, $24,545 – LE, $26,325 – XLE. Pricing excludes a $1,215 Delivery, Processing and Handling Fee. Toyota will build the Corolla Cross at the new Mazda Toyota Manufacturing plant in Huntsville, Alabama.