Introducing the First-Ever Toyota Corolla Cross

The evergreen Toyota Corolla is getting a big brother. The all-new 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross is a versatile SUV crossover that carries on the legacy of reliability, safety and value of the Corolla Sedan but adds more room and capability with available AWD and a powerful new engine. The cabin may resemble the 2021 Corolla Sedan or Hatchback, but the new Corolla Cross is an all-new vehicle. Designed to be more fun, more adventurous and just as reliable, the new Toyota Corolla Cross is perfect for the modern driver.

The first-ever Toyota Corolla Cross is built on the proven Toyota TNGA-C platform and gets an upgraded new 2.0-L Dynamic Force Engine with an impressive 169 horsepower and the ability to tow up to 1,500 pounds. The subcompact crossover is larger than the Toyota C-HR but not quite as big as the Toyota RAV4, making it great for maneuvering in tight, urban streets, but with ample room to fit five adults and their gear. The new Corolla Cross comes in three trims – L, LE, and XLE – with standard FWD, but you can upgrade to AWD.

Enjoy a higher line of sight in the 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross in a sleek, modern design with a distinctive grille, LED lighting and stylish black exterior accents. 17-inch steel wheels are standard or get 18-inch alloy wheels on the Corolla Cross XLE. Toyota accessories are a given, including a roof rack, activity mount, all-weather floor mats, and more.

Inside the new Toyota Corolla Cross, get comfy in the spacious interior with available SofTex seating, a 10-way power adjustable driver’s seat, and heated front seats. Other amenities include a power moonroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, ambient lighting and an 8-inch touchscreen. Maximize your storage space with 60/40 split-folding rear seats and available power liftgate. 

The 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross gets powered by the latest infotainment tech, including standard Apple CarPlay®, Android Auto™ and SiriusXM. A wireless charging pad comes standard on the new Corolla Cross LE and XLE trims, as well as two USB charging ports in the rear. Cruise to your favorite tunes with the premium 9-speaker JBL® sounds system. 

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Toyota without some impressive safety features. The new Toyota Corolla Cross features the Toyota Safety Sense™ suite of advanced safety features and Toyota’s STAR Safety System.  Standard safety features include:

  • Lane Departure Alert
  • Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
  • Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection

The Corolla Cross LE and XLE have standard Blind Spot Monitoring and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, and the XLE also gets Front and Rear Parking Assist with Automatic Braking. 

The versatile new Toyota Corolla Cross is expected to get 32 mpg* and will be a welcome addition to the new Toyota lineup. Expect to see the new Corolla Cross before the end of the year.

Freeman Toyota is excited to offer the 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross later in 2021, and we will keep you updated as we learn more about pricing, features and performance. For those who like to ride higher, have more space and want to drive off-road, the new Toyota Corolla Cross is sure to check all your boxes. Visit Freeman Toyota in Santa Rosa, California, to learn more about the all-new Toyota Corolla Cross. Or take a test drive of one of our other incredible new Toyota SUVs – Toyota RAV4, Toyota RAV4 Hybrid, Toyota RAV4 Prime, Toyota Highlander, Toyota Highlander Hybrid, Toyota 4Runner or the all-hybrid Toyota Venza.

The Toyota experts at Freeman Toyota in Santa Rosa, CA, are here to help you discover the perfect new Toyota SUV for you. Or visit our experienced team in the Freeman Toyota Service Department to keep your current Toyota running at its best. Shop online or swing by Freeman Toyota in Santa Rosa, CA, today!

*2022 projected EPA-estimated mpg rating estimates as determined by manufacturer. EPA estimates not available at time of posting. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including you vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.