All-new Corolla ZR Hatch Hybrid

How does the Corolla Hybrid stack up against petrol variants?

In the 20 years since Toyota created the world’s first mass production passenger Hybrid vehicle they’ve just kept going. With full power and maximum efficency Toyota Hybrid Synergy Drive Technology seemlessly manages the power of a petrol engine and an electric motor to deliver remarkable fuel efficency with out compromising performance. 

Toyota now offer a Hybrid variant across the entire range of the All-new Corolla Hatch giving you more options than ever before.

Here we take a look at how the All-new Corolla Hybrid stacks up against its petrol competitors.

*based on an average of 10,000km per year and Unleaded 91 petrol $1.52L

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[1] Achieved in test conditions. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on driving conditions/style, vehicle condition and options/accessories fitted. Fuel consumption data provided for comparison purposed only. Source ADR81/02 combined (L/100km) for all models. Fuel pricing based on $1.52 per litre for Unleaded 91 petrol with an adveratge travel of 10,000km per year. The adverage retail price for unleaded 91 petrol was recorded as $1.52 from 1 May to 31 May '18. This is based on availalable pricing at 200 metro and regional locations, nationally. Source: FUELtrac Pty Ltd. 

[2] Fuel consumption and emissions data for Mazda 3 Neo Sport Petrol and Hyundai i30 Go Petrol sourced from Green Vehicles website powered by Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development. Date valid as of 14th August 2018.

[3] Emissions may vary depending on driving conditions/style, vehilce condition and options/accessories.