There’s nothing remarkable here– what you will find is more or less similar to the previous Corolla four-doors. The most handsome styling elements are reserved for the upper trim, while the first two trims look more or less basic.
Just like any other SUV, the driving seat is elevated to have better command and view while driving. The top trim XLE comes with a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat.
As mentioned earlier, the dashboard of the new Corolla is very much similar to that of the Corolla sedan. The square-shaped infotainment display has shortcut buttons on the sides. You may opt for the extra features like rear-seat USB ports, wireless charging, or JBL stereo to make the most out of this existing system– these are available as add-ons.
Passenger seats and extras
With a seating capacity of 5, Corolla Cross 2022 is quite spacious than its hatchback cousin. The seats are covered in adequately tasteful cloth upholstery, which gets upgraded to an even more beautiful synthetic leather one in the highest trim. For the front row, there is enough room to sit comfortably.
The second row is also quite spacious, but the legroom and knee room can feel a little too cramped for tall passengers. If you choose to move the front passenger seat towards the back for some added comfort, the rear seat knee room almost disappears. The headroom is commodious. However, the seats lack lumbar support.
Overall height and space
The vehicle is 175.6 inches long, 71.9 inches wide, and 64.8 inches in height. The wheelbase is 103.9 inches. Overall, the dimensions are much bigger than the Corolla Hatchback.
Toyota offers best-in-class trunk space in this vehicle. For front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive respectively, the available cargo space behind the backseat is 26.5 cubic feet and 25.2 cubic feet. And to calculate the entire area behind the front seats, it bumps up to 66.8 cubic feet and 65.5 cubic feet respectively.