Finally, the 2023 Toyota Corolla XSE Hatchback Delivers an Unforgettable Driving Experience!


The Toyota Corolla has been a staple of affordable private cars since it became popular in the mid-80s. To this day, many first cars, all single-seaters, are Toyota Corollas. In fact, it had such an impact on the industry that to this day the car’s only rival was the original Ford Taurus. Taurus has completely taken the market by storm. Not only was it Ford’s only hope, but it also showed the majority of consumers that American automakers could actually produce a very affordable, reliable and efficient sedan.

In recent years, Toyota has made strides to make its Corolla lineup more unfavorable and better suit the needs of its owners. Introduced many variations such as Corolla Sport, GR Corolla, and Corolla Hatchback. At one point, there were even rumors that Toyota would release an EV Corolla. Unfortunately, this never happened, and the small EV hatchbacks were taken over by Nissan’s Leaf and Chevy’s Spark EV.

The new implementation of these adversities on the Corolla platform has made the car even more popular with critics and journalists. A recent article by Mike Parris of WTOP News explains how awesome his new 2023 Toyota Corolla Hatch XSE really is.

After reviewing the car, Paris thought: You get 169 horsepower that’s not a rocket ship, but there’s a little thump under the hood. It offers plenty of performance in a hatchback for many small car buyers. The CVT transmission is almost unnoticeable, and fuel economy is impressive on the highway.The Corolla XSE is no hot hatch when it comes to winding roads.

I have driven older Corolla models and they continue to be more enjoyable to drive year after year. Of course an engine under 200 hp won’t help you win drag races but if you just want to tinker with it and look cool it’s good aftermarket his accessories for these cars are relatively cheap and out of the dealer support groups are very popular. Forums, chat rooms, Facebook groups, etc. All of these will help resolve any issues that may arise.

Personally, I would definitely own one, but it would have to be the 2023 Toyota GR Corolla because of the manual transmission and 300hp engine. . I wish it was made in the signature grays used by Kia and Hyundai, but I’m afraid some things just aren’t possible.

What do you think? What do you think of the 2023 Toyota Corolla XSE? Let us know in the comments below.

Harutiun Hareyan reports Toyota news for Torque News. His interest in automobiles and extensive experience in test driving new cars lend credence and unique insight to his stories. Follow Harutiun on his Twitter. @Hareyan Harutiun Check Toyota Time on YouTube for daily Toyota news.




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