WORST FEATURE EVER! 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross Review



2022 Toyota Corolla Cross review by The Straight Pipes. The Corolla Cross is putting down 169 horsepower and 151 lb-ft of torque from a 2.0L NA 4 Cyl. At $32.580 CAD, would you take it over the Mazda CX-30, Hyundai Kona, Toyota RAV-4?

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41 thoughts on “WORST FEATURE EVER! 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross Review”

  1. I’m surprised more reviewers neglected to call this out….that subscription is straight BS. Even Nissan has remote start included in their top trim.

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  2. Here is the funny thing… The Corolla has already been a crossover. Who remembers the "Matrix" and it's GM cousin the "Pontiac Vibe"?, They both even came with AWD. I think Toyota would have done better reprising the name "Matrix" those of us who know, know that it is a Corolla at its heart and soul but separats its self by being a reliable crossover/hatchback.

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  3. I'm not a super huge fan of this car, but the hybrid version of this coming in 2023 should fix alot of the issues with the powertrain

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  4. when i see people complaining about how slow/sluggish/not performance orientated a car is that isnt trying to be a performance car i immediately click off the video. they clearly have no desire to be in the car so why do i care what they have to say about it?

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  5. 2:00 This is silly. The concept of pressing a button on a key fob to start a vehicle's engine, is decades old. The feature that is remote start, has existed longer than any subscription service I currently pay for. Toyota is trash if they really decide to continue with this.

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  6. It looks almost more comparable to the jeep compass than those smaller options as length, cargo and other dimensions are similar which seems fitting since it seemed it was hard to know what the compass could compare to since it came in as an "in-betweener"

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  7. It's worth noting the Corolla Cross has both direct AND port injection, meaning it will probably have no troubles with carbon buildup unlike the Crosstrek and many others.

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  8. It’s a COROLLA. Of course it’s going to be slow. (If it was anymore powerful, it would be a RAV4.)The Subaru Crosstrek has the some engine and horsepower. I’m happy with my decision to upgrade from the Corolla sedan to the Cross. I wanted a little more trunk space, and to sit higher. I’m not towing anything. I never have passengers in my car. The FWD model seems like a great option with snow tires for the winter.

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  9. Do manufacturers not learn from their peers? Hey let's put a tiny 4 cylinder in a vehicle that weighs 2 American children Dodge did it with the journey and that turned out well…..

    Hey let's take a semi cool car and make it a crossover, Mitsubishi did it and look how well that worked! (Nearly bankrupts Mitsubishi)

    This car is the equivalent of the EA/Dice studios…..

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  10. I’ve driven cars for 56 years now. NOT ONE HAD REMOTE START! I think I could survive a few more years without it. Probably the most ridiculous and childish review I’ve seen. Maybe when you grow up you’ll do a better job! 👎

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  11. Wait do you need to subscribe to use the headlights how about to get in do you need to subscribe for that too 😂😂😂

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  12. i own a Hyundai, i fucking hate that bluelink shit. It's just spreading. I also own a 2007 Camry, it's crap, but that car is never going to die.

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