2022 Toyota Corolla Cross looks set to take on mini-SUVs in the tough American crossover sales war, thanks to its cute pug-dog style. This car’s engine makes 169 horsepower and may be paired with either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive; for the model year 2023, a hybrid powertrain will be added to the mix.

With its SUV-like form and taller ride height, the Cross is more than just a normal compact hatchback. The Corolla Cross will get a hybrid powertrain in 2023, which may or may not include an all-wheel drive option.

Even though the XLE model doesn’t come with all the bells and whistles that many SUV buyers are looking for, it does include a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat and dual-zone automatic climate control as well as heated seats, blindspot monitoring, front and rear parking sensors, and attractive 18-inch aluminum wheels. All-wheel drive is available for an extra $1300, although the front-wheel drive is standard.

The EPA estimates that the front-wheel-drive Corolla Cross can get 31 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway, while the all-wheel-drive model decreases those numbers to 29 and 32 mpg respectively. Toyota’s Corolla Cross got 30 miles per gallon in our highway fuel-economy test at 75 mph, just shy of the 30 mpg highway estimate. Visit the EPA’s website to learn more about the Corolla Cross’s gas mileage.

The Corolla Cross will feel at home to anyone who has driven a Corolla sedan. Almost everything about the dashboard, from the materials to the functions, is carried over from the four-door model. In contrast, the Corolla Cross’s wider dimensions provide for more passenger and cargo space, especially in the back seat.

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Toyota’s standard warranty plan for new vehicles is rather simple, but the firm throws in two years of free regular maintenance as a bonus. Kia Seltos and Hyundai Kona’s 100,000-mile insurance may give better value to high-mileage drivers.