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Toyota Corolla (E210)
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Toyota Corolla/Toyota Corolla Sport (E210/NRE210HL/NRE210HR/ZWE211HL/ZWE211HR/ADE216HL/ADE216HR/NRE220WL/NRE220WR/ZWE221WL/ZWE221WR). 2018 to date (prod. n/a). 4- and 5-door sedan, 5-door wagon. F/F, 1197, 1987 cm³ petrol, 1798, 1987 cm³ petrol–electric hybrid (I4 DOHC). Replacement for Auris (and originally announced with the Auris nameplate when shown at Genève 2018) with more rigid body, far more sophisticated suspension at rear (independent dual wishbones), and TNGA architecture. Behind the wheel, fairly neutral and inoffensive, despite the suspension set-up. Front grille inspired by a catamaran. More sporting looks than before. No diesels: Toyota claimed European demand fell, while people moved to hybrids. Hatchback sold on the Japanese market as Corolla Sport, and retained Auris name in Taiwan. Wagon shown at Paris Salon in 2018, four-door sedan, with longer rear overhang than predecessor and different frontal bodywork, at Guangzhou later in the year. All on 2,700 mm wheelbase and wider than before. UK-made hybrid estate badge-engineered as Suzuki Swace.

Manufacturing locations: Burnaston, Derbyshire, England; Japan; China; Turkey

Marque: Toyota | Model: Toyota Corolla | Predecessors: Toyota Auris (E180), Toyota Corolla (E170)

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