Unveiled in Thailand, the Corolla Cross will be available through Navana Toyota in Bangladesh
If the contemporary consumer looks for ergonomics and sophisticated efficiency in a new car, then Toyota’s new crossover SUV certainly looks the part.
Launched earlier this year based on the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, which allows for more space and more overall practicality, the Toyota Corolla Cross is thoroughly modern in its design language and features.
Toyota promises larger door openings enabling easy entry and exit, an elevated driving position, and overall a spacious interior. The automaker has included a number of convenience-features including a 8-inch touchscreen, a power moonroof, rear USB outlets, LED headlights and taillights, and a much cool foot-activated tail lift, among many other features.
7 Airbags, VSC (Vehicle Stability Control), HAC3 (Hill Starting Assist Control) are available for safety.
The car features a trapezoidal-shaped, honeycomb grille with a dark-grey bezel at the front. On the sides, there are sleek LED headlamps, a skid-plate which houses the air dam and fog lights on both ends.
Navana Limited will be bringing 1.8-litre Hybrid Corolla Cross with premium options. Brand New Corolla Cross comes with 1 year warranty or 20,000KM whichever comes first. For additional peace of mind, the hybrid battery has a warranty of 4 years, or 50,000KM, whichever comes first. Standard warranty conditions are applicable for both cases.
The car is furthermore scored highly for child occupancy safety and for its safety assistance technology. Imposed a combination of dignified sturdiness alongside a relaxed side view, Toyota Corolla Cross features an impressive grille, LED DRLs, sturdy front fender molds, and simpler design that emphasize the overall luxury.
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