2020 Toyota Corolla Touring Sports REVIEW Hybrid – Autogefuel reviews

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This is an overview review of the 2020 Toyota Corolla Touring Sports Hybrid – exterior, interior and driving test!

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  1. Autogefuel

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  2. xtamhor

    How does the boot space compaired to its predecessor the auris? Is it the same? We have an avensis now that we would like to change, but sadly that is discontinnued. Looking at the toyota corolla TS but this seems a great deal smaller in the boot.

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  3. Karel Meijer

    Von Heinsberg nach Bad arhweiler mit ein Lounge Corolla und dann mit 5,1 Liter ist Wahnsinn

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  4. Vlad Vovchuk

    Love your reviews !
    About 3 years ago there was a Toyota model called Avensis . The Avensis was a big size sedan . It was way better than the Corolla -If built quality is taken into consideration.
    Also the Avensis was quieter inside the car – i remember i could hear no wheels nor road noise during the test drive.
    Does the vehicle in the review have similar characteristics?

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  5. Patrick Mcguire

    Mine is on order,looking forward to it,great review

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  6. István Matyi

    Thanks a lot for your professional video!

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  7. Julian Schmidt

    Schade, dass Du an genau dem zur Zeit für mich wichtigsten Punkt gecuttet hast. Nämlich das Gesamtmaß des Kofferraums mit geklappten Sitzen.

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  8. zmirc

    Touring Sports TREK is even nicer and more practical for outdoor.

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  9. dave jones

    Do you think this is better than new 2020 Audi A3 ???

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  10. Huset 1915

    We got our brand new Toyota Corolla Touring Sport 1.8 for about two month ago and live in north Sweden.
    First month normal drive mode 0.51 liter/10km, second month eco drive mode 0.5 liter/10km, not much difference. Great acceleration also in uphill slopes. Will probably continue use Eco drive mode as that is "fun" enough.

    Temperature november between -4 and +8 and december -12 to +2. 90% highway driving 70 to 110 km/h. Studded winter tires. ACC mostly set at +21.

    For now the car says 0.46 liter/10km (temperature about -4) but the actual consumption we calculate by fill the tank and reset trip meter, drive until the low gas lamp lit, fill the tank and calculate the difference.

    Really like this car (so far).

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  11. Lukas R

    Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are already available for all Corollas with the Toyota Touch System, Toyota updated the Infotainment on cars produced after October 2019. I've already tested it in a new Corolla GR Sport at my local Toyota dealer and it works like a charm.

    For cars produced before this update (like the Corolla in this Review) Toyota will offer an upgrade in the summer of 2020.

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  12. Vilmos Balla

    I think we cannot declar that Corolla its better then Golf only because according to some peoples opinion, VW group still 'prefers' to declare optimistic figures in matter of consumptions/emmisions etc. Every car must be analyzed according to target public and also from engineering point of view, therefore Corolla deserves congrats for hybrid system, which really is amazing in terms of reliebility, efficiency etc. Golf instead among his own technology level is more rafined car due to much better sound insulation, and also for better set up of suspension/steering etc.
    If we are looking the driving feeling as in my case this is the most important, definitively there are better cars in the segment, my personal new generation Mazda 3 is one of examples. Before buying it, i have driven also the Corolla and i realised after few kilometers that these two cars will have completelly different buyer segment. Corolla had more tyre noise (especiely from rear) and even if the materials inside the cabin are improoved significantly from Auris, still does not achieve the level of M3. Steering also was less direct in responses etc.
    Corolla is great for city cruising, like Thomas did in this video following other cars, enjoying unbelievable consumption figures, meanwhile M3 offers that driving pleasure through steering wheel which cannot be equilised by Corolla.

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  13. Hercegovac

    Toyota sells the most cars in the world 😀
    Very reliable car brand 👍
    Thank you Thomas for the review , and
    Merry Christmas 🎄

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  14. Samer Barboor

    7 monthes ago I bought it 1.8 hyb. in the summer the consumption was 4.2 l/100 but in the winter it consumes 5.7-6.7l/100

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  15. Simon Ellis

    Possibly better than the Golf? I think so, and none of the emissions cheating of the VW group.

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  16. mociex5

    Hi Thomas. As usual a great review 🙂 Is it possible to display the navigation from Android Auto to the HUD? Also I don't have any options as to what can be displayed in the HUD? Thanks for any help. Jacek from Poland.

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  17. Carlo Farina

    Cvt noise is called”scooterone “ anyway you did a very good job Thomas

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  18. Kgsp Vgsp

    Love this car

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  19. Zoltán Kárpát

    don't kid yourself. It's a gas car and should be outlawed soon.

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  20. Alen Green

    ohne speed limiter und ohne dem autom. planetengetriebe ( der viele abschreckt ) und der extrem hohen versicherungs einstufung könnte toyota viel viel mehr von diesem tollen auto in deutschland verkaufen, aber das will man ja hier nicht den man muss ja den total überteuerten und langweiligen golf verkaufen.

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  21. Alen Green

    a very good car, i think toyota make`s a really good job with the new corolla.

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  22. Gergő Vadász

    I plan to choose a 1.8 hybrid touring sports, but unfortunately I couldn't test it on highways, only in city. Do you know how bad is that version on a highway (engine and wind noise, flexibility when doing overtakes, etc)? I read that they recommend the 2.0 for highways, but I don't have that option, budget wise… Thanks for the great work during 2019, see you in 2020!

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  23. Mateusz Lasatowicz

    You tested 2.0 hybrid few month ago.
    It will be nice to see 1.8 hybrid also in your test for a change

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  24. BackwoodsBungalow

    At 10:08 , after driving slowly, 4 litres/100 km is about 70mpg imperial. Hybrid is economical in town; Dr Diesel is economical on highway and when towing. 🤐

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  25. Wjaczesław

    Great car. Great review! Do you see more Toyotas on German roads now that they are pushing hybrids more aggressively?

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  26. Jonathan Jeremia

    It's pop some curiosity of why Germans prefer to drive their not-so-reliable carmaker over the reliable Japanese one as their main entry/generic car?

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  27. Autogefuel

    ►In-depth version of this review: https://youtu.be/hu9VveEmUSk
    ►Compare the Toyota Corolla hatch & sedan: https://youtu.be/L-rrbzeeuFQ

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