The audio system has been upgraded and the Cross is fitted with a touchscreen offering a reverse camera, and Apple and Android functionality. There is also three USB ports.
Safety and security
All Corolla Cross models offer buyers a comprehensive safety and security package inclusive of airbags (driver, passenger, side and driver-knee (on Xi & Xs) while the Xr adds curtain airbags.
Safety features include VSC, ABS, EBD and Hill Assist Control (HAC) – Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) on the Xr. The latter offer semi-autonomous driving aids and enhanced safety-system functionality. The standout elements here are Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM), Lane Trace Assist (LTA) and a Pre-Collision System (PCS).
Model Line-up and Pricing
The Corolla Cross will feature a two engine strategy: a 1.8-litre petrol engine (103kW / 172Nm) and ultra-fuel efficient 1.8-litre Hybrid (90kW total system output).
Pricing starts at R349 900 and includes a six-services/90 000km service plan. Service intervals are pegged at 12-months/15 000km. The
The hybrid model carries an 8-year warranty on the Hybrid battery.
For the first time, customers will be able to pre-purchase their Corolla Cross (ahead of the November introduction date) – ensuring they are the first to get behind the wheel.
As of Monday, September 13, prospective customers will be able to view, choose and purchase their preferred Corolla Cross on https://www.toyota.co.za/corolla