Corolla Hatch is bolder, sportier and more fun than ever before. It's more spacious, more comfortable and more entertaining, yet still boasts the same tried and tested reliability you expect in a Corolla.
Bringing together style, convenience and versatility, Corolla Hatch's cockpit-like interior is designed to let you and your passengers ride in style. With creature comforts like air conditioning, Cruise Control and an LCD Multi-Information Display, everything a driver needs is at your fingertips.
Corolla Hatch features a sophisticated range of audio, entertainment and navigation features with Bluetooth™[B5] functionality, and USB[G5] connection, for selected iPod®[G8] and MP3 players[G5] . The Levin SX and ZR grades come with Toyota's state of the art T.E.C.H™ system which includes Satellite Navigation[N1] and SUNA[G7] Traffic Monitoring Service.
Low running and maintenance costs are just two of the reasons why Corolla has been one of Australia's favourite small cars for so many years. A range of competitive finance options offered by Toyota Finance[T7] can be easily arranged through your Toyota Dealer at purchase, which means you could be behind the wheel in no time. Toyota Insurance's[T9] Comprehensive Motor Vehicle policy is packed with benefits that make owning a Corolla Hatch as worry-free as possible.
Cruise control is a system that automatically assists to maintain the vehicle at a set, pre-determined speed. Mostly used for driving on open roads, it is easily disengaged by touching the brake pedal. Image shown for illustration purposes only.
Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD)
MP3[G5] is a digital sound format often used for music. MP3[G5] capable players in vehicles may play a huge variety of material from a number of media, including CDs and USB sticks.
[G5] Not all devices will be compatible and functionality will vary depending on the device.
Satellite Navigation (Sat Nav)[N1]
Sat Nav or Satellite Navigation[N1] is a system which displays the location of the vehicle on a "map" screen, and can be programmed to provide information such as directions to a destination both visually, and with spoken messages. Image shown for illustration purposes only.
[N1] Current navigation mapping database encompasses major capital and primary national road networks as well as offering some coverage in regional areas.
Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)
Vehicle Stability Control (VSC)
System that ensures control in cornering situations the way ABS does under braking and TRC does under acceleration. The VSC system utilises electronic sensors in conjunction with the ABS and TRC hardware to help control any potential understeer or oversteer situations. Understeer is when the vehicle loses front-wheel traction and wants to push forward nose first. Oversteer is when the rear wheels lose traction and the tail begins to slide.
Traction Control (TRC)
System designed to maximise safety when accelerating on slippery road surfaces or when the available grip differs from one side of the vehicle to the other (such as when two wheels are on a gravel or grass verge). Operated by controlling the throttle and/or applying the brakes to any wheel that is slipping. Image shown for illustration purposes only.