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PostHeaderIcon Budget Direct Renders the Evolution of 7 Timeless Models

There is no shortage of car models in the auto industry these days. Some models have gained followings while others have become flashes in the pan. Then there are the titans of the business, the models that have lasted the test of time and have been around, literally, for generations. In the course of their respective lifetimes, these models have evolved in more ways than one, none more evident than their designs. These seven models have been around for so long their designs have evolved considerably from when they first came out. Knowing their place in the business, these models are unlikely to go away anytime soon.

PostHeaderIcon The Best 2018 Cars Under $20,000

Finding the right car for you isn’t exactly easy. From horsepower to mpg, interior room to standard equipment, there’s a lot to take in and consider. Of course, doing your homework is critical to finding that perfect ride, and luckily, if you’re looking for something under the $20K-mark, we’ve got you covered right here.

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PostHeaderIcon Toyota Corolla Hatchback – Driven

Toyota first introduced the Corolla nameplate way back in 1966, and since then, an incredible 11 generations have come and gone. The latest twelfth-generation broke cover in March of 2018 at the Geneva Motor Show, and with it, Toyota unveiled a fresh hot hatchback iteration that promises more fun thanks to sporty suspension tuning, a rev-happy 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, an available six-speed manual transmission, and snappy good looks.

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PostHeaderIcon The 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback Tickles Our Hot Hatch Fancy

While there are more than a few high-end hot hatchbacks out there these days (Ford Focus RS, Honda Civic Type R, and Volkswagen Golf R, to name a few) not all enthusiasts can justify the 40-grand entry fee. Luckily, the 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback provides loads of thrills for roughly half the cost.

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PostHeaderIcon The 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback’s Manual Gearbox Is Extremely Newbie Friendly

Three-pedal transmission options are few and far between these days, but luckily, Toyota is keeping the hope alive with its new 2019 Corolla Hatchback. Not only does this five-door bring the sporting hotness thanks to its sharp styling and nippy handling, but its six-speed gearbox is extremely forgiving to those new to ways of the stick shift.

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PostHeaderIcon The 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback Actually Looks Great With A Huge Grille

Earlier this year at the 2018 Geneva International Auto Show, Toyota unveiled the new Corolla hatchback, bringing glad tidings of sport compact driving fun and three-pedal engagement the world over. To sweeten the deal, the new hatch even looks pretty snazzy, using the Japanese brand’s latest design language to give it a little extra curb appeal.

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PostHeaderIcon The 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback Actually Looks Great With A Huge Grille

Earlier this year at the 2018 Geneva International Auto Show, Toyota unveiled the new Corolla hatchback, bringing glad tidings of sport compact driving fun and three-pedal engagement the world over. To sweeten the deal, the new hatch even looks pretty snazzy, using the Japanese brand’s latest design language to give it a little extra curb appeal.

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PostHeaderIcon In Just a Couple of Years A High-Performance Toyota Corolla Hatch could Take on the Civic Type R and VW Golf R in the U.S.

Whenever we talk about hot hatches, the Ford Focus, or the VW Golf R, or the Honda Civic Type-R come to mind. There are many other manufacturers with powerful hatchbacks except for one – Toyota. For some reason, the Japanese giant has not protruded in this segment aggressively. However, this is set to change very soon. As reported by Motoring, Toyota is all set to finally have a contender in this ever-growing segment. Continue reading to find out more:

PostHeaderIcon Toyota Might Take on the Ford Focus ST and VW Golf GTI with Corolla GR Hatchback

Toyota made a surprising move last year by launching the Yaris GRMN as a competitor for the Volkswagen Polo GTI and Ford Fiesta ST. The hot hatchback was introduced shortly after Toyota launched the GR performance range in Japan, which includes a three-tier system with the entry-level GR Sport, the mid-range GR, and the flagship GRMN. A couple of models are already available in Japan, while the upcoming Supra will get all three versions at some point. Now word has it that Toyota is also pondering a high-performance version of the Corolla hatchback (Auris in Europe.)

PostHeaderIcon Toyota Corolla Hatchback

The Toyota Corolla is the best-selling nameplate in the world, with a total of 11 generations coming and going since its introduction way back in 1966. The latest 12th generation broke cover earlier in 2018 at the Geneva International Motor Show flying under the Auris badge, and now it looks like the Japanese brand is bringing the icon to the 2018 New York International Auto Show in an updated hatchback format. Highlights include a fresh exterior style, an incredible amount of technology, sporty chassis tuning, and a standard six-speed manual transmission. But the question is this – does it have what it takes to pique the interest of enthusiasts?

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PostHeaderIcon Watch Out Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf Fans – Toyota has a New Corolla Hatchback Heading to the New York Auto Show

When Toyota Showed off the new Auris Hatchback and the Geneva Auto Show, we pretty much figured we’d be seeing a Corolla iM at some point, and we were right… kinda. It’s time to meet the new Toyota Corolla Hatchback and, according to Toyota, it’s designed to be a driver’s car that will make a huge impression.


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“Toyota has made big improvements on its resident hot hatch for this generation. It’s been lowered by an inch, stretched out by 1.5 inches, and is even 1.2-inches wider.”

Unlike the new Toyota Auris, which comes with only one non-hybrid drivetrain – a lowly 1.2-liter, turd in the box – the Corolla Hatch comes with a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter. Toyota hasn’t gone into too many details, and horsepower and torque are a mystery, but we’re willing to be that it has some decent power on demand, when needed.

Toyota has made big improvements on its resident hot hatch for this generation. It’s been lowered by an inch, stretched out by 1.5 inches, and is even 1.2-inches wider. Compared to the old Corolla iM, it also has a longer wheelbase and wider tracks in the front and rear. 16- to 18-inch wheels are available depending on your preference, and can even be had with a manual transmission. Those who don’t like to row their own can get that CVT with ten simulated gears, a launch gear, and a paddle shifter.


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“Toyota plans to launch the new Corolla Hatchback this summer as a 2019 model”

All that is fun and games, especially when you consider the fact that the TNGA platform it will be built on, but there are some important safety features in play too. Toyota will throw on AEB with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with steering assist, lane tracking assist, and radar cruise control. Additional features will likely be available.

Toyota plans to launch the new Corolla Hatchback this summer as a 2019 model, so you better start saving (and cleaning that old rust bucket you’re driving now) if you’re planning to get your hands on one.

References


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Read our full driven review on the 2017 Toyota Corolla iM.


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Read our full review on the 2017 Toyota Corolla.


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Read our full review on the 2019 Toyota Auris.


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PostHeaderIcon Watch Out Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf Fans – Toyota has a New Corolla Hatchback Heading to the New York Auto Show

When Toyota Showed off the new Auris Hatchback and the Geneva Auto Show, we pretty much figured we’d be seeing a Corolla iM at some point, and we were right… kinda. It’s time to meet the new Toyota Corolla Hatchback and, according to Toyota, it’s designed to be a driver’s car that will make a huge impression.


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“Toyota has made big improvements on its resident hot hatch for this generation. It’s been lowered by an inch, stretched out by 1.5 inches, and is even 1.2-inches wider.”

Unlike the new Toyota Auris, which comes with only one non-hybrid drivetrain – a lowly 1.2-liter, turd in the box – the Corolla Hatch comes with a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter. Toyota hasn’t gone into too many details, and horsepower and torque are a mystery, but we’re willing to be that it has some decent power on demand, when needed.

Toyota has made big improvements on its resident hot hatch for this generation. It’s been lowered by an inch, stretched out by 1.5 inches, and is even 1.2-inches wider. Compared to the old Corolla iM, it also has a longer wheelbase and wider tracks in the front and rear. 16- to 18-inch wheels are available depending on your preference, and can even be had with a manual transmission. Those who don’t like to row their own can get that CVT with ten simulated gears, a launch gear, and a paddle shifter.


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“Toyota plans to launch the new Corolla Hatchback this summer as a 2019 model”

All that is fun and games, especially when you consider the fact that the TNGA platform it will be built on, but there are some important safety features in play too. Toyota will throw on AEB with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with steering assist, lane tracking assist, and radar cruise control. Additional features will likely be available.

Toyota plans to launch the new Corolla Hatchback this summer as a 2019 model, so you better start saving (and cleaning that old rust bucket you’re driving now) if you’re planning to get your hands on one.

References


2017 Toyota Corolla iM – Driven - image 711519

Read our full driven review on the 2017 Toyota Corolla iM.


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Read our full review on the 2017 Toyota Corolla.


The Toyota Auris Kicks Dirt at the Honda Civic and Mazda3 with a Bold New Look - image 772423

Read our full review on the 2019 Toyota Auris.


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Read more Toyota news.


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PostHeaderIcon Toyota to Showcase its New Corolla Hatchback (Auris) at the Geneva Motor Show

The Toyota Supra Concept may hog the headlines at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, but there’s another Toyota model that’s headed to the big dance. That model also happens to be the next-generation hatchback version of the company’s best-selling model, the Corolla. It’s also known as the Auris in Europe, but just as that it’s important for the folks over there, it’s arrival in the U.S. — if it comes to that — will come with the car being called the Corolla iM.


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Note: Current Toyota Auris pictured here.

There aren’t that many details about the Toyota Corolla hatchback to go by at this point. What we do know is that the model will be developed together with the 12th-generation Toyota Corolla sedan. Like the sedan, the hatchback model will make use of Toyota’s TNGA modular platform, the same platform that currently underpins both the Camry and the Prius.

Toyota’s done a good job to keep the car’s design a mystery. Spy shots of the test mule didn’t reveal much, nor did the teaser image Toyota released alongside the announcement of its Geneva debut. To the latter’s credit, it did show an interesting setup for the lights and a sloping roofline that suggests that the car could be a little longer than we expected.

“Toyota has confirmed that the Euro-spec Auris hatch will feature a new 2.0-liter inline-four engine that comes with 40 percent thermal efficiency and improved torque across its entire powerband.”

On the side of powertrains, Toyota has confirmed that the Euro-spec Auris hatch will feature a new 2.0-liter inline-four engine that comes with 40 percent thermal efficiency and improved torque across its entire powerband. The four-cylinder will be paired with a hybrid system that Toyota claims will have improved fuel economy and better driving performance.

We’ll reserve our judgments for the car’s performance and efficiency until we get to drive one, but from the looks of things, the new Corolla hatchback should make its nameplate proud.

References


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Read our full review on the 2017 Toyota Corolla.


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Read our full review on the 2017 Toyota Auris.


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PostHeaderIcon Toyota Corolla – Driving Impression And Review

Now well into its fiftieth year of production, you’d think Toyota has had more than enough time to perfect the Corolla. Indeed, the buying public certainly seems to think the Japanese automaker is doing something right, with over 43 million units sold and eleven generations produced since the model was first introduced in the fall of 1966. In fact, the Corolla is the best-selling nameplate in automotive history, which you might think is reason enough to celebrate with something new and wild. Thing is, Toyota isn’t really looking to fix something that ain’t broke, which means 2017 brings slight tweaks to the Corolla’s exterior styling, new gear for the interior, and a limited-run 50th Anniversary Special Edition model. However, the biggest upgrade is in the safety department, where the Corolla now boasts a raft of upgraded technology as standard across the line.

I recently got a chance to drive the 2017 Corolla in Ojai, California, and I walked away feeling content, but uninspired. You see, the Corolla is a very solid little compact sedan. It does everything it’s supposed to do – it’s comfortable, well equipped, and with a huge range of trim levels on offer, affordably priced for pretty much any budget. But it’s quite telling when the biggest news is nestled away in the safety section of a review…

Continue reading to learn more about the 2017 Toyota Corolla.


PostHeaderIcon 2016 New York International Auto Show – Worst In Show

Meeting the high standards of a major international auto show is not easy. It takes creativity, an appropriately sized budget, and no small measure of polish. When it all comes together, the result is a beautiful thing to behold. A single model can shed light on an entire brand, sparking passion and lust in every corner of the automotive universe. We’ll cover those drool-makers in an upcoming Best In Show piece, but this article hits the other side of the spectrum – the monotonous, the poorly conceived, and the yawn-worthy.

This time around, our list of Worst In Show has a theme – special editions that aren’t that special. The 2016 New York International Auto Show was chock full of ‘em this year, so we collected some of the worst offenders for a little collective disdain.

Enjoy!

Continue after the jump to read the full story.


PostHeaderIcon Toyota Corolla 50th Anniversary Special Edition

With more than 40 million units sold since its introduction in 1966, the Toyota Corolla is the best-selling nameplate in the world since 1997, when it surpassed the Volkswagen Beetle, and arguably the most iconic compact car in production. Its popularity is matched only by the mighty Ford F-Series in the U.S., which speaks volumes of the Corolla’s impact on the automotive industry in the last five decades. In 2013, the Corolla was redesigned for the eleventh-generation, a model that saw the nameplate once again sell more than 300,000 examples a year in the U.S. since 2008. Followed by a series of special-edition versions and even a TRD-made concept, the Corolla is celebrating its 50th anniversary with yet another limited-edition variant.

Dubbed 50th Anniversary Special Edition, this U.S.-exclusive sedan is based on the sporty Corolla SE and features a number of bespoke details designed to celebrate the massive popularity the car enjoys around the world. Both the exterior and interior have been tweaked, gaining features you can normally order with the SE trim as well as 50th Anniversary badges. Only 8,000 will be built, making it one of the rarest Corollas ever sold in the United States.

Continue reading to learn more about the Toyota Corolla 50th Anniversary Special Edition.


PostHeaderIcon Toyota TRD Corolla SEMA Edition

Toyota is previewing a litter of its models dressed to the nines in TRD garb at the SEMA Auto Show. One of these models is the Toyota Corolla, and for the purpose of this particular exercise, the TRD Corolla provides a fresh take on the world’s best-selling car nameplate. As if that’s reason enough for Corolla owners to jump for joy, there’s also an all-too real possibility that this custom Corolla could find its way on the road in the not-too distant future.

There is a caveat, of course, and Toyota isn’t prepared to make any bold promises just yet. But, it’s no secret that as popular as the Corolla is and will continue to be, it’s the type of car that could have a little more edge to it. This TRD kit accomplishes that in some respects, although not the extent that most people would expect. As the equivalent of a preview model though, it’s presented well enough for customers to at least give it a second look.

Take a gander at the Toyota TRD Corolla and see for yourself if this kitted-up Corolla has a future in the real world. Toyota has said that it’s going to have its ears on the ground in Las Vegas to collect reactions from the public and the media. If those comments come through as positive, then we might be one step closer to finally seeing a TRD kit for the Corolla. Better late than never.

Continue reading to learn more about the Toyota TRD Corolla SEMA Edition.


PostHeaderIcon Special Edition Toyota Camry and Corolla Priced

Special Edition Toyota Corolla

Toyota of North America revealed the official pricing of the highly anticipated special edition Toyota Camry and Corolla models ahead of their mid-August showroom launch. The special Camry starts at $25,715, while the Corolla can be had from $20,635.

Now, they call these models “limited” production versions of the standard Camry and Corolla, but the former is limited to 12,000 and the latter to 8,000. That is hardly limited production. Then again, with high-volume cars like these two, even a limited edition comes in big numbers.

Special Edition Toyota Camry

At any rate, let’s see what you get with these special edition, starting with the Camry. The highlights include: Blue Streak Metallic and Blizzard Pearl exterior colors, electric moonroof, 18-inch wheels, smoked lights, Dark Blue interior trim, sport fabric seats  8-way power-adjusted for the driver and 4-way for the passenger, TFT Multi-Information Display, standard Entune, Smart Key, and wireless smartphone charger.

As for the Corolla special edition, you get Absolutely Red, Black Sand Pearl and Super White exterior colors, 17-inch wheels, Black mixed media seats with red contrast stitching also found on the steering wheel, dash and door cards, and Smart Key System with pushbutton start. Both cars also come with Special Edition floor mats with logo and unique exterior badges.

The post Special Edition Toyota Camry and Corolla Priced appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon Toyota Realigning North American Manufacturing Operations

Big changes are coming to Toyota’s North American manufacturing arm. The automaker has announced it will be building an all-new manufacturing facility in Guanajuato, Mexico for its Corolla production. Once online in time for the 2020 model year, the new plant will carry the load currently handled by the assembly plant in Cambridge, Ontario.

Toyota plans to invest approximately a billion dollars to construct the new Guanajuato plant. Toyota says the facility will be producing Corollas by 2019 and employing some 2,000 team members to crank out nearly 200,000 vehicles annually.

Conversely, the Canadian plant will receive its first major overhaul since its construction in 1997. The plant, which will cease production of the Corolla, will be upgraded to produce a yet-unnamed mid-size vehicle – likely the Camry or Avalon – that Toyota says will be a higher-value vehicle.

This realignment pools together Toyota’s like vehicles to be assembled in their respective regions. The Canadian and more northern U.S. plants will handle the higher-value vehicles, while the southern U.S. and Mexican plant will handle compact vehicle and truck production. Among the Canadian-built vehicles are the RAV4 and Lexus RX350 and 450h. Down south, the upcoming Guanajuato plant will accompany the Mississippi plant with Corolla production while the Tacoma and Tundra will continue to be assembled in Texas and Mexico.

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Toyota Realigning North American Manufacturing Operations originally appeared on topspeed.com on Thursday, 16 April 2015 17:00 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon Toyota Corolla Special Edition

Continuously produced since 1966 and now in its eleventh generation, the Corolla has not only become Toyota’s most popular product, but also the best-selling automotive nameplate in history. The model snatched that title from the Volkswagen Beetle back in 2013, with no less than 40 million Corollas manufactured up to then and plenty more since. With the 2015 Chicago Auto show right around the corner, Toyota decided to bring a number of limited-edition models to the event to accompany the refreshed Avalon, among which will be a Corolla Special Edition.

While Toyota hasn’t said what the special occasion is, the upcoming 50-year anniversary of the Corrolla nameplate makes sense. Based on the sporty Corolla S Plus trim level, the 2016 Corolla Special Edition will have a number of unique features as standard, most of which improve either comfort and functionality or add a slightly sportier flavor to the otherwise bland compact model.

Updated 07/17/2015: Toyota revealed prices for the 2016 Corolla Special Edition, which will be produced between August 2015 and January 2016 and will be limited to approximately 8,000 units. Prices will start from $20,635.

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End Date: Monday Oct-29-2018 14:15:00 PDT
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