The new Corolla Collection is a special version of Toyota’s best-selling model, benefiting from higher specification at an excellent value for money price. Packed with extra features worth in excess of £1,100, it actually costs less than the current T3 grade model on which it is based.

The Corolla Collection is available now in three-door hatchback body style, with a choice of 1.4 and 1.6 VVT-i petrol engines, the 1.6 additionally offered with automatic transmission. Owners can choose from a range of nine exterior colours.

The special edition model benefits from the addition of a number of desirable equipment and styling features on top of the regular T3 specification. These include parking sensors that are colour-matched to the rear bumper, a six-disc CD autochanger in place of the T3’s single-slot system, new-design 15-inch alloy wheels and tasteful chrome detailing on the rear bodywork. The model is also marked out by special Collection badges, positioned on the front wing next to the side repeater indicator lamp.

In addition to the special features, the special edition specification also includes air conditioning, split-folding rear seats, remote central locking with double locking, body colour-matched bumpers, door handles, mirrors and side protection mouldings, front fog lamps, electrically adjustable door mirrors, trip computer and electric front windows.

On-the-road prices for the new Toyota Corolla Collection are given below.


  • 1.4 VVT-i – £11,495
  • 1.6 VVT-i – £11,995
  • 1.6 VVT-i automatic – £12,995



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