2019 Toyota Corolla Touring Sports review - verdict

The Toyota Corolla estate promises more rear leg room and luggage space than the hatch. But how does it compare to the rival Skoda Octavia and Volkswagen Golf wagons?...

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Jim Holder
16 November 2018

Toyota Corolla Touring Sports nose on action

The Corolla Touring Sports shows immense promise, especially when you add in the expectation that buyers should get more kit than is standard on rival cars, especially around active safety aids, and the fact that Toyota’s reliability and customer service rankings are legendary.

Until exact pricing and specs are confirmed, it remains impossible to offer a firm conclusion. For now, though, it's clear that this car is worth a second look when we get to drive it further, on a wider variety of roads and with more information to assess.


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Rated 4 out of 5


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2018 Toyota Corolla Touring Sports 2.0 Hybrid specification

Price £28,000 (est) Engine 4 cyl, 1987cc, petrol, plus electric motor Power 178bhp @ 6000rpm (combined) Torque 140lb ft @ 6000rpm (petrol engine only) Gearbox 6-spd CVT automatic Top speed na 0-62mph 8.1sec (est) Economy 74.3mpg (NEDC average, est) CO2, tax band 87g/km, 19% (est)