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Toyota Corolla

  • tickSurprisingly stylish
  • tickHybrid running costs
  • tickVery refined for a small saloon

Toyota Corolla Saloon (2018 - )

A smart looking compact four-door derived from its hatchback brother, the Toyota Corolla Saloon is the least practical in the family but arguably the most stylish looking, its economical hybrid powertrain making it stand out against rivals from BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Audi. It’s also reliable, good value and well-equipped.
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Like for like the Corolla saloon costs the same as the equivalent models in the hatchback range but, arguably, looks a little more prestigious and upmarket, which is a win if style is a greater consideration than practicality. All Corolla saloons are hybrids and this technology does come at an upfront cost, though the Toyota is still a chunk cheaper than an equivalent petrol-engined Audi A3 Saloon and considerably less than a four-door Mercedes-Benz CLA with similar power. The hybrid powertrain also makes it very attractive in terms of running costs, the sub-100g/km CO2 and impressive fuel consumption figures as attractive in tax terms as they are day-to-day at the pumps. This will obviously be especially appealing for company drivers keen to minimise Benefit In Kind costs too.
Like for like the Corolla saloon costs the same as the equivalent models in the hatchback range but, arguably, looks a little more prestigious and upmarket, which is a win if style is a greater consideration than practicality. All Corolla saloons are hybrids and this technology does come at an upfront cost, though the Toyota is still a chunk cheaper than an equivalent petrol-engined Audi A3 Saloon and considerably less than a four-door Mercedes-Benz CLA with similar power. The hybrid powertrain also makes it very attractive in terms of running costs, the sub-100g/km CO2 and impressive fuel consumption figures as attractive in tax terms as they are day-to-day at the pumps. This will obviously be especially appealing for company drivers keen to minimise Benefit In Kind costs too.

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