The base model of the Corolla Cross will start just under $25,000 in Canada
AWD will be available for $1,400 extra on the two lower trim levels and standard for the two upper trims
Sales should begin later in October
Toyota has just announced the pricing for the new Corolla Cross which is expected to reach dealerships across Canada by the end of the month.
The base price will be $24,980 for the front-wheel drive L model. All-wheel drive will be a $1,400 option on both the base trim levels, but it will be standard on the top two versions.
For now, every Corolla Cross will be powered by a 2.0L four-cylinder engine producing 169 horsepower harnessed by a CVT transmission. A hybrid version will join the Corolla Cross later in the production run.
Fuel economy for the front-wheel drive models will be 7.3 L per 100 kilometers in combined city and highway driving and the all-wheel drive system will burn 0.5 L more in the same test.
Four trim levels will be offered for the Corolla Cross, the Base L FWD will have the lowest starting price and it will come equipped with heated seats, LED headlamps and taillamps, 17-inch steel wheels and a 7-inch infotainment display. With all-wheel drive, its MSRP will be $26,290.
The Corolla Cross LE also offers both FWD and AWD, retailing for $27,090 and $28,490 respectively. This price will add 17-inch allow wheels, an 8-inch touch screen, heated steering wheel, tinted rear windows, push button start and an alarm system.
The LE Premium will come standard with AWD for $30,590. Additional equipment in this trim level will be comprised of a moon roof, a wireless charging mat, roof rails and Toyota’s suite of connected services, including Sirius XM satellite radio.
The XLE will be the most expensive Corolla Cross model, at $33,990. Standard features will include a nine-speaker JBL sound system, a leather-wrapped shift knob, ambient lighting, power driver’s seat, Softex upholstery, dual zone climate control, 18-inch alloy wheels and a power liftgate.
All models of the Corolla Cross come standard with Toyota’s Safety Sense 2.0 suite of active safety systems, including forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and others.