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Geneva
Toyota's Corolla Hatchback gets the GR Sport treatment

It looks the part of a hot hatch, at least

It looks the part of a hot hatch, at least.

Auctions
This 1,000-horsepower, rear-drive Toyota Corolla iM could be yours

It's even still eligible for professional drifting

It's even still eligible for professional drifting.

Recalls
2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback recalled to replace the CVT

Not a great sign for the seemingly innovative continuous variable transmission

Not a great sign for the seemingly innovative continuous variable transmission.

Teased
2020 Toyota Corolla sedan to be unveiled this week

The wraps will come off the Corolla sedan on Thursday

The Corolla sedan will complete the North American Corolla range as it joins the hatchback.

Official
2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback, Volvos earn IIHS Top Safety Pick rating

They barely miss the 'Plus' because of average headlights

They barely miss the 'Plus' because of average headlights.

Quick Spin
Official
2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback pricing and mileage numbers are out

What it costs, how far you'll go, and how it's equipped

What it costs, how far you'll go, and how it's equipped.

First Drive
2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback First Drive Review | Corolla of a different color

Not a hot hatch, but an enjoyable – even fun – commuter

This new Corolla could actually be owned by someone who cares about cars and driving. Perhaps not as their top priority in life or behind the wheel, but there's also enough here in terms of style, character and driver engagement to actually put the 2019 Corolla on the map for those with more discerning compact car tastes. And, moving beyond comparisons to that gold Corolla currently parked 23 inches from the curb across the street, the latest version is also a definite improvement over its immed

New York
Corolla hot hatch? Sporty Toyota Corolla Hatchback coming to New York

If it's not hot, it could be warm, anyway — and it gets a manual

When Toyota showed its new Auris hatchback at the Geneva Motor Show, we expected there to be an announcement about the car's eventual availability on the U.S. market under some other name. Earlier Aurises have been sold as Scion iMs and Corolla iMs. Now, at the New York International Auto Show, Toyota is introducing the car as a sporty Corolla Hatchback.