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Toyota expands Corolla range with new Trek crossover version

Toyota Corolla Trek

Toyota has revealed a new addition to the Corolla range, built in partnership with Trek bikes.

Following the announcement of the new Yaris Cross, the new Corolla Trek offers buyers a raised ride height and extra exterior protection.

It is available in the Touring Sports (estate) body, with either a 1.8-litre or 2.0-litre hybrid engine.

Prices for the rugged-looking Corolla Trek start at £29,225 on-the-road.

The Corolla Trek sits 20mm higher than a regular Corolla, for improved ground clearance. Protective wheel arch cladding and under-runs front and rear add to the enhanced styling and provide greater protection.

There is also a new honeycomb grille, bespoke 17-inch alloy wheels, rear privacy glass, kick-activated tailgate opening, LED headlamps and Trek logos in the door steps and tailgate.

Inside, Trek models feature a two-tone textile upholstery coordinated with decorative wood-finish elements of the dashboard.

Standard equipment includes a seven-inch colour TFT display in the instrument cluster, Toyota Safety Sense and an eight-inch TFT infotainment screen which supports both Apple Carplay and Android Auto.

Drivers can choose from a 1.8 VVTi petrol-hybrid engine which gives 122PS, or a 2.0 version with 184PS. 

The new Corolla Trek will be built at Toyota’s plant at Burnaston, Derbyshire, UK when manufacturing resumes.

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