The new Corolla, replacing the outgoing Auris, is an alternative to family hatchbacks such as the VW Golf, Ford Focus and Vauxhall Astra
After a few successful months on sale in Japan, the new Corolla is now available for order in the UK, with first deliveries expected in March 2019.
The UK-built family hatchback will cost from £21,300, rising to £30,340 for a top-spec hybrid version. There will also be an estate model called the Touring Sports that’ll cost slightly more.
The new Toyota Corolla will be available in four levels of equipment: Icon, Icon Tech, Design and Excel.
We’ve yet to drive the new Toyota Corolla, but check out our price, specs and release date story for all the information we have.
There’s three engine choices for the new Toyota Corolla and none of them are diesel