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TrueDelta Reviews the Real Gas Mileage of the Toyota Corolla Hatchback

Toyota Corolla Hatchback Real Gas Mileage: Pros
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2019 There might be a theme here. Not only does the Toyota Corolla Hatchback cost less to buy and (likely) to keep up for ten-plus years, but it also costs less to feed. The SE and the CVT achieved 32 mpg city, 42 mpg highway in the EPA's tests. The XSE, probably due to 18-inch rather than 16-inch wheels, scored a little lower, 30/38. With a manual transmission both trims are rated the same: 28/37. Available only with what used to be the larger of two engines, a 2.5-liter four-cylinder, the Mazda3 isn't in the same ballpark when comparing two-pedal cars: 26/35. It comes closer with a manual transmission, 25/35, mostly because the Corolla Hatchback (in either trim) scores much lower when fitted with a stick shift than with a CVT. Then there's the Honda Civic hatch, which leverages turbocharging to test nearly as well as the Toyota with a CVT (31/40) and actually manages to claim the manual transmission efficiency prize (29/38). In my driving, the Corolla Hatchback's trip computer average could be coaxed above 50 mpg. But when driven somewhat enthusiastically in the suburbs low 30s happened. On the highway I observed a trip computer average just above 40, close to the EPA rating. see full Toyota Corolla Hatchback review
 

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Toyota Corolla Hatchback Gas Mileage (MPG)

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