Buy One Quick, Or MISS OUT! (Toyota GR Corolla 2023 review)

We review the 2023 Toyota GR Corolla on track, skid pad and briefly road to see whether this five-door 4WD sports car is the new king hot hatch.

The Toyota GR Corolla builds on the GR Yaris foundations with a longer wheelbase, more doors and more power, and the recipe makes it a little better to drive thanks to greater stability and feel from the chassis, in our view.

In Australia, 700 examples of a $62,300 GTS model will likely be snapped up quickly while the 25-unit special edition $77,800 Morizo may even end up being collector’s items.

The GR Corolla competes with the Volkswagen Golf R, Hyundai i30 N, Honda Civic Type R and other hot hatches.

Time codes:

0:00 – Intro
1:14 – Track driving
6:39 – Road driving
7:37 – Front seat
10:14 – Back seat
10:47 – Running costs
12:27 – Boot space
13:50 – Verdict

As always, we don’t accept advertising from car manufacturers, and we’re powered by Budget Direct – so this is an independent, honest review of the Toyota GR Corolla.

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