Toyota Corolla Touring Sports review

Category: Estate car

Section: Accessibility & Motability

Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 front seats
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 RHD front cornering
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 rear cornering
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 RHD dashboard
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 rear seats
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 front seats
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport infotainment
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 RHD front tracking
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 RHD left panning
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 RHD rear tracking
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 front right studio
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 rear left studio
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 front seats
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 boot open
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 RHD front cornering
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 rear cornering
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 RHD dashboard
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 rear seats
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 front seats
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport infotainment
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 RHD front tracking
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 RHD left panning
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 RHD rear tracking
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 front right studio
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 rear left studio
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 front seats
  • Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 2020 boot open
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In this section:
  • Motability - Access
  • Motability - Storage
  • Motability - Ease of use and options

Accessibility & Motability

Usability for people with disability or their carers

Motability - Access

The Toyota Corolla Touring Sports’ doors open to an angle of 66 degrees – fractionally wider than average for the class, so they should be well out of the way when you’re getting into and out of the driver’s seat. Plus, with interior door pulls that are sited helpfully far forwards, the doors are easy to pull close without leaning far out of your chair.

At its lowest height, the seat cushion is 550mm from the ground; that’s higher than in a number of rivals and means you won’t have to lower yourself too far when getting in. Setting it to its 590mm highest setting reduces that distance still more, and you may even be able to simply slide sideways in and out of the driver’s seat. 

The rear seatbacks split 60/40, so you can carry a passenger as well as a longer load, and you can fold them down simply by tugging a lever on each side of the boot compartment. Easy peasy.

Motability - Ease of use and options

Every Corolla Touring Sports model has a CVT automatic gearbox as standard. Of the two engines, we recommend the more powerful 2.0-litre, 177bhp one, which is better suited to hauling heavy loads than the 120bhp 1.8-litre engine. However, it is worth noting that the larger engine necessitates the moving of the hybrid batteries to beneath the boot floor, which compromises load space a tad. 

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