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Toyota Expands Likability With Their 2023 Corolla Hybrid

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We give our first impression of the Toyota Corolla Hybrid.
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Toyota and their Corolla Hybrid have a combined appeal that has been, until now, unparalleled in the lineup Toyota offers. The Corolla Hybrid comes with AWD as well as better traction and an additional 40 horsepower on the rear motor, in case it’s that time of the month where a storm is brewing.

Toyota gives that option in the Hybrid AWD. This is because it delivers for further power and further traction for the ideal sedan it can be. With the front-drive Corolla, only available in the LE trim, as well as the AWD model being available in LE, SE, and XSE, combine for about 134 horsepower and 156lb-ft of torque. Either utilize a 1.8L four-cylinder engine also.

It shows power being apportionate enough to display change after the car has gone through such a total makeover. The All-Wheel Drive uses an electric motor that is mounted to teh rear axle, similar to the all-wheel-drive that Prius Toyota had already created. The car only used about seven horsepower from the rear motor, while the Corolla Hybrid AWD had about forty. That’s plenty to break the rears loose when not using any of the electronic aids.

Wet-powerslides can give way to the possibilities of how the Toyota Corolla Hybrid will handle in mud or snow. Especially, while wearing winter tires.

The electric foray continues.

Furthermore, the electric torque keeps Corolla low with noise pollution. By no stretch of the imagination, is the Toyota Corolla Hybrid a noisy car, but it still has a drone that can be tempted by the CVT. The AWD Corolla will stay in EV mode plenty often which would result in less noise anyway.

A complaint to be made about the 2023 Toyota Corolla Hybrid AWD is that it tends to be slow. It has the most gradual acceleration to ever come on a vehicle. The ride has been for the most-part unchanged.

With less understeer, there’s plenty to love about all-wheel drive while shuffling the power enough to make improvements for the car’s own handling. When it comes to comfort, try the LE trim, with less style and grip and more reassurance to the driver that you made the right choice.

It’s all about perspective with these Toyota models. And that’s something you’ll have to keep in mind as the fuel economy sucks on this. With only 4.6 L/100 km city and 5.4 highway, you’re better off commuting around town. Still, the vehicle is impressive when you use the all-wheel drive. So be grateful for that.

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