2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid

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MSRP* $23,100
Invoice* $21,389

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MPG

City 53 MPG Hwy 52 MPG

Safety Rating

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Overall Rating:
4.6 (out of 5)
Value 4.6
Exterior 4.9
Interior 4.4
Comfort 4.4
Performance 4.9
Reliability 5
*****
Perfect Commuter!

by dgojill from Durango, CO | November 03, 2019

Love this car! It's economical, comfortable and exceedingly safe. The adaptive cruise control and lane assist, along with Apple Car Play integration make my daily back and forth relaxing. It's the best car I've ever owned!

*****
400 Mile week commute.

by Driver530 from Woodland | September 05, 2019

This vehicle is absolutely incredible. I owned a Prius C, a Prius Prime and this vehicle is no different than the Prime minus the charging plug. The vehicle is much responsive than the Prius Prime due to its weight and thin panels that reduce drag. The fact that this is not a hatch you dont get dinged on the insurance. On-ramps are really amazing to get on once on power mode and even on standard mode the car performs pretty well to be a hybrid. Prius C is junk compared to this. Corolla is just amazing with the technology you get standard. I paid $23000 Out the door and with the mileage I get at 70mph drive all the time is still at 56.7mpg over 1243 miles on odometer. I floor it and drive like i normally due, i do not baby it at all and the get up and go is amazing. I did test drive the insight hybrid by honda and it max out at 43MPG doing 70mph. If you want to commute get this corolla. I drive 400 miles a week and i spend $97 a month. no brainer. Materials are hard plastic but if you think about it thats less fabric to have to be caring for. Simple wipe and you good to go. Seats are comfortable for my 160 mile round trip on one drive and thats a plus. LED headlights are stupid bright and light the path like day time. Toyota sense is 50/50 as it never match hondas but do yourself a favor and dont trust a car to do its driving until 2025 or so. Space is just crazy good, incredible trunk space for not loosing any from batteries for the hybrid system. No spare tire on mine but never had to use one in my entire life, check your tires and you should be fine as most tire issues are from not maintaining or properly inflated tires. Car is xxxxxxxx, and just nice car. Get one and forget about any other because the fact is, toyota is king on hybrids.

*****
Best mileage, incredibly packed with features car

by PatrickM from Aurora IL | August 29, 2019

Bought this car for my three kids this summer as I wanted safety and reliability. In getting this vehicle, the used it all summer putting a couple thousand miles a month on it. The gas mileage we get I have never seen in a car, especially that economically. The car was built well and our dealer (Lombard Toyota) was fantastic through the process. The hybrid has almost all the safety features as cars significantly higher in price. So glad we purchased it, as a gasoline sipper, and so are the kids who benefited from using it along with the electronic features. Toyota came out with an incredible design that should be considered for anyone looking in this size range of vehicle.

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2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid Overview

The 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid is a more fuel-efficient version of the redesigned Corolla compact sedan. The front fascia on the Corolla Hybrid has a more minimal aesthetic than its gas-powered, wide-mouth counterpart.

It is powered by a standard 121-hp, 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and an electric motor mated to an electronically controlled continuously variable transmission. Fuel economy for the Corolla Hybrid is an EPA-estimated 53/52 mpg city/highway.

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