The Toyota Prius isn’t the only hybrid in town anymore, not by a long shot. With the 2021 model year kicking off for Toyota and other automakers, more hybrid models are arriving at dealerships than ever before. The Toyota Corolla first went hybrid in North America in 2020. The 2021 model year is adjusted for a better hybrid driving experience.
The 2021 Toyota Corolla Hybrid brings support for Android Auto™ after a long draught. Beyond that, there is little to distinguish this year’s model from the previous year’s model. That means the high points of the 2020 return, including its interior design, wealth of standard safety features, and of course the hybrid fuel economy. For more specific information on the 2021 Toyota Corolla Hybrid, refer to the chart and analysis below.
Entertainment & Comfort
|1.8L 4-Cylinder Gas/Electric Hybrid Engine||Road Sign Assist||Auxiliary and USB Audio Inputs|
|Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)||Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist||Keyless Ignition|
|121 Horsepower||Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control||Climate Control|
|105 lb-ft of Torque||Pedestrian Detection and Automatic Emergency Braking||Steering Wheel Mounted Audio and Cruise Controls|
As a model, everything you could want to know about it is in its name, 2021 Toyota Corolla Hybrid. It has reliable Toyota quality and the body of a Corolla with a Hybrid powertrain. Since it is only sold as one trim level this model year, some may find the list of features a bit scant for their taste, but it’s a small price to pay for the incredible fuel economy. If you already love the Corolla and want hybrid technology to power it, this is the vehicle you are looking for.
• 53 MPG City, 52 MPG Highway, 52 MPG Combined
• Rearview Camera
• Overhead Console with Storage
• 4 One-Touch Power Windows
• Heated Mirrors
• 7 Exterior Color Options
• And More!