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Battery and petrol powered, does the 2017 Toyota Corolla Hybrid Hatch add up?
he 2017 Toyota Corolla takes a well-deserved bow this year for 50 years of drama-free commuting. This model is entirely acceptable, and we're thankful for an available suite of advanced safety tech. The 2017 Toyota Corolla will take its well-deserved, yearlong parade lap this year. After all, the name has been around for 50 years and adorned more than 40 million cars worldwide, according to Toyota. Over its span, the Corolla has epitomized basic, trouble-free, and relatively comfortable transportation over 11 generations, with a few memorable forms—AE86 anyone? This year, Toyota adds available active-safety technology to better compete with a growing class of compacts. While the current version isn't what you might call charming, it's more interesting and engaging that its anodyne predecessors. Since folding into the Toyota brand, the former Scion iM is now dubbed the Corolla iM—a hatch version of the Corolla, which it has been marketed as worldwide. For 2017, there are essentially no changes to the regular Corolla, save for a few new trims and a 50th Anniversary Limited Edition. Only 8,000 of those special models will be sold, in only three colors. They feature unique 17-inch alloy wheels, a black interior with "Black Cherry" contrast stitching, dash and door accents, and special floor mats and badges. The sole options are the power moonroof and the Entune Premium Audio system with navigation and an app suite.
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The feature-rich Corolla is an exceptional value, but the one feature it doesn’t offer is thrills. A 1.8-liter four-cylinder makes 132 hp—140 hp in the LE Eco model—and drives the front wheels through a six-speed manual or a CVT. A 6.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth is standard but can be upgraded to a 7.0-inch unit with navigation. All Corollas get modern technology such as adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, automatic high-beams, and automated emergency braking.