With the arrival of the brand-new 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross to the Toyota-brand collection, households on the go now have another crossover alternative. The Toyota SUV portfolio has grown to include the Corolla Cross in 2022. The Corolla Cross is intended to convey the complete attraction of the Corolla compact car, and it is presently the smallest Toyota crossover available with all-wheel drive. It is positioned below the RAV4 in the lineup, thus comparing the Corolla Cross to the RAV4 is what we at Earnhardt Toyota in Mesa, AZ, is going to do for you.
2022 Toyota Corolla Cross
2021 Toyota RAV4
|169-Horsepower 2.0-Liter 4-Cylinder
||203-Horsepower 2.5-Liter 4-Cylinder|
|32 MPG/30 MPG||Combined Fuel Economy FWD/AWD
||30 MPG/29 MPG|
|25.5 Cubic Feet
||37.6 Cubic Feet|
The Toyota Corolla Cross is powered by a single-engine – a 169-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a Direct Shift Continuously Variable Transmission – and is offered in front- or all-wheel drive. When you test drive the Corolla Cross at Earnhardt Toyota in Mesa, AZ, you will note that it shares numerous characteristics with the RAV4. They both, for example, feature a sleek design with little curves across their roofline and hoods. They also have a grille that turns downward. The Corolla Cross stands out with angled LED headlights that are topped with an LED light beam. The headlights on the RAV4 have an aggressive, geometric design. They are placed above a conspicuous ventilation system to give the RAV4 a dynamic, muscular appearance. Toyota Corolla Cross vehicles with front-wheel drive will get 32 mpg combined and tow up to 1,500 pounds.
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