Toyota Corolla review — Autotrader New Zealand

16 Фев 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Toyota Corolla Wagon

Toyota Corolla wagon

It may of rep-mobiles and fleet deals, but bare-basics wagon also a reasonable family runabout, as I this past weekend

just hopped out of Suzuki’s 2wd and had enjoyed all the bells and whistles it the keyless start, the steering operated cruise control. And my passenger had liked the big glasshouse improved her view out. But I approved the limited boots

In contrast, this Corolla not only fruit, but a few features expected as standard. For example, wheels are steel; there’s no control, no vanity mirrors; and ABS brakes are fitted, stability is not; a disappointing omission particularly given passengers are well protected, the six airbags curtains that extend to both seat rows. says ESP is not available with the it’d take it if it were.

However, where the Corolla win out is in terms of interior space. longer than the Suzuki and of the extra length goes the boot. Like the rest of the car plainly finished but functional; so are tie-down loops, there’s a cover and boot light plus a lever on each that when pulled, the seat base up, the back and extends the flat load Couldn’t be simpler.

Up front the seats are comfy, the velour attracts fluff; and the radio and air-con are well reach.

There’s a 81kW/140Nm petrol engine fitted to car, mated to a CVT auto The pairing works well when you’re cruising, but the sounds coarse under And I’d have liked the CVT six manual gear-change points. The allows only ‘sport’ and for engine braking. It works — this isn’t a car, after all — but rather underline this budget rep-mobile focus.

Still, it handles well and is compliant over both hits and large. It’s enough — the simple trip showing a 7.9l/100km well above the 5.4 claim, but gluttonous. And it proved an able over a very busy in which we filled the boot than once, and used the array of cubbies and hidey-holes including the iPod/cell phone by front-occupants’ knees.

In brief, the Corolla wagon is to do a job, and do it well but without from its simple design to its features list.

Other the ESP, the only real I had was the $31,150 price; that’s two grand more than the Suzuki, justified by little than space.


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