If you’re looking for a maneuverable, stylish, well-equipped, and safe SUV, take a tour of the new Toyota Corolla Cross. The 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine delivers up to 169 horsepower. With standard FWD, this allows you to get an impressive EPA-estimated 31/33/32 MPG (City/Highway/Combined).1 This fuel economy rating drops a little with the all-wheel drive (AWD) found in the upper trim, giving you an EPA-estimated 29/32/30 MPG (City/Highway/Combined),1 but in exchange, you get improved traction that’s useful on slippery roads. Find out more about its performance and trims below.
You have certain expectations for what you want your daily driver to be like. The new Toyota Corolla Cross likes to take those expectations and raise the bar. Beyond being very fuel-efficient for an SUV, this vehicle is highly maneuverable while offering you up to 26.5 cubic feet of cargo room.
The passenger volume depends on whether you want a panoramic moonroof. However, natural sunlight can boost your mood during the day. If you opt for it, you will get 93.8 cubic feet of space for you and your family to get comfortable in.
While this vehicle’s great fuel economy comes from being light, it can still tow up to 1,500 pounds when properly equipped to help you with your weekend landscaping projects or to bring an ATV along on weekends.
For your safety, this SUV comes standard with the Toyota Safety Sense 2.0, meaning it has pre-collision warnings, lane-departure alerts, lane-tracing assistance, automatic high beams, full-speed range dynamic radar cruise control, and road-sign assist. Vehicle stability control and traction control are also a given. Thanks to this technology and the vehicle’s body and airbag designs, this is one of the IIHS’s Top Safety Pick+ award winners.3
First up is the Toyota Corolla Cross L. This entry-level trim has fabric-trimmed seats, a 4.2-inch multi-information display, a seven-inch touch screen where you can access your audio files, complete with Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® connectivity, and more. All Toyota Corolla Cross SUV models are competitively priced, but this is the most affordable version.
The Toyota Corolla Cross LE has a smart key system that works on the front doors and liftgate. Qi-compatible wireless smartphone charging can stop you from running your battery low. This trim also contains luxuries like a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
The Toyota Corolla Cross XLE takes the L trim’s 4.2-inch display and boosts it to seven inches. A leather shift knob, ambient lighting, and a 10-way power-adjustable heated driver’s seat surround you in luxury textures and sights.
A vehicle is one of the most significant investments you can make, so you want to be as confident as possible in your decision. Let us help you feel that confidence at our dealership near Dallas. We’ll give you all the details there wasn’t room for on this page and help you compare this SUV to other options, like the compact sedan version of this vehicle, the new Toyota Corolla for sale or its fuel-efficient variant, the new Toyota Corolla Hybrid. We can also arrange for you to take an informative test drive on the streets near Fort Worth.
The Toyota Corolla Cross AWD is not the fastest SUV on the market, going from 0 to 60 in approximately 9.2 seconds. However, its size lends it maneuverability. That being said, if it’s really important to you to go racing from the starting line, a Toyota Rav4 Prime packs a lot of horsepower and a much quicker burst of speed.
The Toyota Corolla Cross comes with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder DOHC 16-valve engine with Dual Variable Valve Timing with intelligence. It makes up to 169 horsepower and 151 pound-feet of torque. This system can be paired to either FWD or AWD and features a continuously variable transmission (CVT). To learn more about this SUV’s performance specs, reach out to our sales team.
The answer: pretty fuel-efficient. When you select standard front-wheel drive, you’ll achieve an EPA-estimated 31/33/32 MPG (City/Highway/Combined).1 However, some prefer all-wheel drive to give them more control on slick roads or uneven terrain. While this makes your vehicle heavier, lowering fuel economy, it doesn’t affect it too much. You’ll still get an EPA-estimated 29/32/30 MPG (City/Highway/Combined).1
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1 EPA-estimated 31 city/33 hwy/32 combined mpg rating for 2022 Corolla Cross L FWD, LE FWD and XLE FWD; EPA-estimated 29 city/32 hwy/30 combined mpg rating for 2022 Corolla Cross L AWD, LE AWD and XLE AWD. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.
2For more information, see https://www.iihs.org/ratings/vehicle/toyota/corolla-cross-4-door-suv/2022