Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid is one of the safest crossovers you can buy

Updated Oct 13, 2020 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

ANCAP gives it a five-star safety rating.

The ASEAN New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) has finished testing the all-new 2021 Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid. The result indicates that the Toyota-made crossover is a safe vehicle with a notable high rating in each of ANCAP’s tests. This also makes the Corolla-Cross Hybrid one of the safest crossovers you can buy.

2020 Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid

The Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid acquired a five-star rating from ANCAP

For ANCAP’s front impact testing, the Corolla Cross Hybrid scored 13.01 points for the front passenger and driver safety. More specifically, the model offers good protection for most parts of the front occupant’s body.

For the side impact test, the Corolla Cross Hybrid does even better with a total of 16.00 points. For adult safety, the maximum score a car may get totals at 38. The Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid achieved 33.

ASEAN NCAP - Toyota Corolla Cross

In terms of child occupant protection, regardless of whether the child-seat is facing forwards or rearwards, the Corolla Cross Hybrid got a great score. In this part of ANCAP’s testing, it got a total of 44 points. Of note, ANCAP’s maximum possible score in this category is 49.

ANCAP also includes testing for active safety features which the Corolla Cross Hybrid got flying marks for. This is because it is equipped with anti-lock braking with electronic brakeforce control, stability control, blind-spot detection, lane-keeping aid, and lane departure warning. Note that it was the top-of-the-line Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid V variant that ANCAP tested.

However, the lower-spec Corolla Cross G has the same amount of airbags as the V, while lacking blind-spot detection, lane-keeping assist, and lane departure aid.

A picture of Corolla Cross crash test results.

Here are the specifics of the frontal-impact tests for the Corolla Cross

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To sum it all up, the 2021 Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid achieved an overall ANCAP safety rating of five stars. To break it down, it got five stars in adult occupant protection, five stars in child occupant protection, and also five stars for its safety assist features.

The 2021 Toyota Corolla Cross made its Philippine debut just last month. The high-spec Corolla Cross Hybrid V 1.8 CVT has a retail price of Php 1,650,000. On the other hand, the Corolla Cross G 1.8 CVT is priced at Php 1,285,000.

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Toyota Corolla Cross

The local crossover segment is getting even more exciting as Toyota Motor Philippines launched the all-new Corolla Cross. It is a five-seater crossover that’s available in two variants with a starting price of Php 1,285,000 for the gasoline-powered Corolla Cross while the Hybrid version is priced at Php 1,650,000. Designed as the stylish urban vehicle, the Corolla Cross combines Toyota’s signature “QDR” (quality, durability, and reliability) with style and functionality. Its hybrid electric variant further realizes Toyota’s vision of sustainable mobility and makes self-charging hybrid technology more accessible to Filipinos. The Toyota Corolla Cross was initially launched in Thailand and shared the same Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform with the 12th generation Toyota Corolla Altis. The new crossover is the same as the sedan it is based on that is available with a hybrid power plant.

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Cesar G.B. Miguel

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Cesar is a graduate of AB English with previous experience working as a freelance writer for varied internet publications in-between his former stints in the Pharmaceutical Industry, and later as a First Aid Provider and Training Staff at the Iligan City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office.

Since childhood, Cesar has been keenly interested in cars. He has learned the ins and outs of these marvelous vehicles and is a competent amateur mechanic who is keen on sharing his knowledge.

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