Toyota has finally given goodbye to the Toyota Auris Touring Sports and now it’s time to welcome a new model to jump into the range - the 5-door hatchback Toyota Corolla Touring Sports 2019.
The redesigned Corolla Touring Sports is proud to be a wagon-ized hatchback which is built under the TNGA platform and is significantly different from its predecessor.
The redesigned Corolla Touring Sports is proud to be a wagon-ized hatchback
It comes with a special design which was purposed to be a true wagon offering massive cargo space. A 507L trunk of the Auis is now upgraded up to a large 598L unit in the all-new Toyota Corolla Touring Sports 2019. However, this bump still seems to be not enough to go head to head with the 605L in the Volkswagen Golf Variant and the 610L in the Skoda Octavia Combi.
Thanks to an improved 2700 mm wheelbase, the new Corolla wagon gets admirable rear legroom. Besides, the car also comes equipped with series of new advanced features including an adaptive variable suspension as an option, a multi-link rear setup and a MacPherson strut front suspension.
This makes the Corolla Touring Sports become a great choice for families seeking a compact yet convenient wagon.
The car comes equipped with series of new advanced features
The new Corolla comes with a special design which was purposed to be a true wagon offering massive cargo space
The Corolla Touring Sports is expected to be powered by a 1.2L 114hp gasoline engine and may get a 1.8L 120hp or a 2.0L 178 hp hybrid units.
Additionally, if you want to adorn your new Corolla Touring Sports with more features, Toyota also offers a JBL sound system, wireless smartphone charging and a head-up display. The wagon comes available with four two-tone paint schemes while the color for the roof, pillars and the lower grille surround is always black.
According to the latest car news, the all-new Toyota Corolla Touring Sports 2019 will be officially launched at the Paris Motor Show next month.
The all-new Corolla Touring Sports 2019 will be officially launched at the Paris Motor Show next month
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