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Two siblings on the road: Corolla hatchback and combi

We would like to introduce our two latest additions to our fleet, the Toyota Corolla combi and hatchback versions. If you're looking for the perfect vehicle for a nature getaway with your significant other or a family trip to the mountains, a big or small four-wheeled friend will always be there for you. Now let's take a closer look at each type.


The Toyota Corolla hatchback is the perfect modern car that shines the most on urban streets. However, that doesn't mean it's afraid to venture beyond populated areas. Under the hood, you'll find a petrol full-hybrid engine with a capacity of 1.8 litres, capable of producing a power output of 90 kW (122 horsepower) best achieved at 5200 RPM. The 142 Nm torque is nicely complemented by the e-CVT automatic transmission. As Toyota usually does, your comfort is taken care of with dual-zone air conditioning, heated seats, and a touch multimedia system with Apple CarPlay or AndroidAuto capability. Last but not least, a relatively large trunk with 361 litres of space is available.

Now, for the more spacious type. The ideal modern car still applies, but it shines more in nature with a full trunk. The compact wagon often serves as the main car, perfect for the aforementioned family trip, making practicality an important factor. There's plenty of legroom and width, so you don't have to worry about fitting skis, strollers with shopping bags, or IKEA furniture into the 596-litre trunk. The engine is identical to the hatchback version, a petrol four-cylinder full-hybrid with a capacity of 1.8 litres and an e-CVT automatic transmission. The infotainment is also identical, with the addition of an assistant to keep you in your lane (LTA) and a collision avoidance system (ICS) for both models.