The modelRead full review
All things considered, the Toyota Corolla is a brilliant family car. It's comfortable, well made, well equipped and remarkably frugal in real-world driving. True, the 1.8 Hybrid version is no ball of fire and rear passenger space is decidedly below par, but as long as those flaws aren't dealbreakers for you, it's a fantastic buy.
The trimSee full equipment
This range-topping trim is too pricey for us to recommend, even though it adds part-leather seats and bigger (18in) alloys to everything that comes with cheaper Design trim.
The engineSee full engine specs
In many ways, this is the best version of the Corolla, because its 177bhp 2.0-litre hybrid is much punchier and responds far more eagerly when you squeeze its accelerator pedal. However, it's a pity you end up with a much smaller boot than the 1.8-litre hybrid.
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