Europe gets even more of the best Toyota Corolla yet at the Paris Auto Show
Toyota's new Corolla hatches better than it's been in decades, and now the Europeans get in even better with the [UNKNOWN] day view of the Toyota Corolla Touring Sports Now the wagon is longer overall than the hatchback that we get freeing up around 21 cubic feet of storage space, around three and a half more than the hatchback.
Also, it's a big longer with it's 106 inch wheelbase which is two inches longer than the Corolla has which also frees up space for more leg room on the second row, always a good thing.
Now back home in the states our Corolla rolls with a single option two litre engine.
But here in Europe they've got a wide choice of engines, ranging from a 1.2 litre turbo, to this 2 litre hybrid that puts out 188 horsepower.
So there's a little bit of something for everyone unless you're an enthusiast, but we've got the 86 for that so we're fine.
Now this bad boy isn't around the US market, but it probably should be.
So I'll tell you what Toyota, slap a slightly taller suspension on this, call is a crossover and you'll have a worthy competitor to Volkswagen's Gulf All Track.
I'll expect my great idea check in the mail.
So be sure to check out the roadshow.com for even more details about the Toyota Corolla Touring Sport and the rest of our coverage of the 2018 Paris [UNKNOWN] Show.
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