It’s authentic: There are such a large amount of SUVs now, they’ve run out of names and feature simply began naming ’em after present automobiles. Whilst the all-new-for-2022 Toyota Corolla Go is, certainly, in keeping with the popular compact sedan and hatchback of the similar title (minus the Go), it seems to be extra just like the Corolla were given animal husbandry’d with a Highlander — even though some member of the Mazda circle of relatives has a compelling declare to head on Maury Povich’s show for a paternity take a look at.
In the most well liked Automobiles.com article of the previous week, Automobiles.com editor Aaron Bragman were given comfortable with the Corolla Go. Despite the fact that he didn’t get to power it, he was once ready to glean a lot from his inside-and-out creation. The small SUV, as one would be expecting, sits upper and is extra spacious than its sedan sibling, but it surely additionally boasts pleasantly toned-down styling that favors the Highlander whilst differentiating itself from the one-size-bigger RAV4. Within, the Corolla Go finds its Corolla roots extra readily when it comes to styling and fabrics, whilst providing passenger and load area aggressive with opponents just like the Chevrolet Trailblazer, Honda HR-V, Kia Seltos, Subaru Crosstrek and Volkswagen Taos.
Observe the hyperlink under to our No. 1 tale of the week for Bragman’s first impressions of the 2022 Toyota Corolla Go.
The Corolla Go occupies further actual property at the Automobiles.com countdown this week, taking over a 2d place of abode at No. 9 within the type of our complete preview of the all-new fashion. There, you’ll to find powertrain specifications for its 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, additional external and internal impressions, in addition to same old security features.
In seizing the highest spot this week, the Corolla Go logs a small, early victory as opposed to its 2022 Taos competitor, which lands at No. 4 on our countdown as Bragman once more provides his first impressions of this all-new SUV — this time from in the back of the wheel. In his First Force of the Taos, Bragman offers kudos to VW for beginning it on the identical value (simply over $24,000) because the outgoing, soon-to-be-defunct Golf hatchback this pipsqueak SUV replaces, whilst designing and equipping it to fit the needs of these days’s automotive purchaser.
“The brand new Taos undoubtedly has a extra ‘American-style compact crossover’ really feel to it than a ‘tight Eu hatchback’ really feel, however that’s what sells nowadays, and the brand new Taos meets the entire necessities to be a luck on this phase,” Bragman wrote. “Priced proper, loaded with apparatus, environment friendly, extra spacious than anticipated, and offering that prime seating place and AWD capacity that customers are yearning, the brand new 2022 Taos has the prospective to be extra in style right here than the Golfing ever was once.”
Observe the hyperlink under to our No. 4 article of the week for Bragman’s complete first impressions of the Taos.
Rounding out this week’s most sensible 5 are our roundup of the ten SUVs with the best towing capability at No. 2, our knowledgeable recommendation on perfect practices to get most sensible value from the broker to your trade-in car at No. 3, and our conflict of the compact SUV titans’ fuel-sipping variants, the 2021 Honda CR-V Hybrid and 2021 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid, in a complete head-to-head comparability take a look at at No. 5.
Past all that, we’ve got headlines at the Highlander, Kia K5, Toyota 86 and Kia Seltos, so be certain that to try all of the countdown to compensate for the entire newest car goings on. Listed below are the highest 10 information tales Automobiles.com readers couldn’t get sufficient of up to now week:
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