Should I Drive A Toyota Hatchback?

Should I Drive A Toyota Hatchback?

Canadian car shoppers have traditionally shown a tepid interest in small hatchbacks, especially since small crossover SUVs have become so popular. So it might come as a bit of a surprise to learn that Toyota has decided to kick off its newest Corolla generation in this unloved body style. The 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback is all-new, while its sedan sibling carries forward on previous-generation hardware. If you are wondering if you should drive a Toyota hatchback in Orangeville, then maybe this review of the 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback CVT, available at Orangeville Toyota, can provide answers!


Comfort, confidence and control. The 2019 Corolla Hatchback is the complete package. Based on Toyota’s New Global Architecture, its low centre of gravity translates into dynamic handling. Coupled with exceptional body rigidity, multi-link rear suspension, and Active Cornering Assist, Hatch delivers a genuinely sporty drive with great feedback, quick response, and super stability.


With its wide track, low centre of gravity, short overhangs, and athletic lines, Corolla Hatchback exudes the spirit of a rally car. Bi-beam LED headlamps accent an aggressive front end. A raked hatch, integrated spoiler, and aerodynamic lower body diffuser set off the rear. Every grade boasts its own distinct features, including 18” aluminum wheels on SE Upgrade and XSE.  Corolla Hatchback’s interior is inviting and exciting. Its premium look and feel starts with high gloss accents set against soft-touch materials, including piano black trim and available Softex seats. Automatic Air Conditioning is standard and comfortable sport front seats are designed to hold your body in a natural posture, with pedals, controls, and available heated steering wheel all within easy, intuitive reach.


The Corolla Hatchback features a 6-speaker audio system with Bluetoothintegration and steering-wheel mounted controls, along with an 8-inch Touchscreen which also integrates the backup camera display. Drivers can also experience the backup camera, smart key system with push button start, and available wireless charging.


The all-new Corolla Hatchback is the first Toyota to feature TSS 2.0, an even more advanced suite of driver aids. Enhancements include pre-collision system (PCS) that’s better able to detect bicycles in daylight and pedestrians in low light. CVT models offer full-speed dynamic radar cruise control (DRCC), and Lane Tracing Assist (LTA) that can help keep your vehicle centred in its lane even in the temporary absence of lane markers.

If you are considering driving a Toyota Hatchback in Orangeville, then the 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback CVT could be for you! Click here to find our contact information, schedule a test drive, or to speak with a representative. 

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