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Pricing For The Toyota Corolla Hatchback Is Nearly Unchanged For 2025

Key Takeaways

  • Pricing is mostly unchanged for 2025 Corolla hatchback aside from a $150 increase to the Nightshade trim.
  • The three trim range includes the SE at $23,505, Nightshade at $24,505, and XSE at $26,805.
  • Last refreshed for 2023, the lineup remains the same.

Toyota has unveiled pricing for the 2025 Corolla hatchback, and the model’s pricing is largely the same as last year, since the vehicle hasn’t seen any changes. The only difference in price from 2024 to 2025 is the midgrade Nightshade trim, which now starts at $24,505, a mere $150 more than last year’s model.

Toyota must have thought it’s hatchback formula was pretty solid to keep it soldiering on unchanged, and overall, CarBuzz agrees after spending some time with the 2023 model last year. It’s a comfortable city vehicle that has a lot to offer those looking for something small and easy to drive, but don’t expect it to excite in remotely the same way as the GR Corollla.

Pricing and Trims

For 2025, pricing for the Corolla Hatchback excluding $1,095 destination fee is:

  • SE trim: $23,505
  • Nightshade trim: $24,505
  • XSE trim: $26,805

The SE is the model to get if you’re looking for a vehicle with no frills, but solid basic amenities. Looks are clean and uncluttered with cloth seats, a leather steering wheel, and 16-inch alloy wheels, but you do get amenities like all LED lighting and an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

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Moving up to the ever-popular Nightshade trim, you get everything available in the SE with the addition of an attractive appearance package. It adds black exterior trim and mirrors, a black roof and spoiler, Bronze 18-inch wheels, and a black interior with red stitching.

The top XSE trim builds on these two with leatherette upholstery, heated front seats, a premium JBL sound system, and a 7.0-inch digital gauge cluster. There’s also added safety that includes blind-spot monitoring with rear cross traffic alert.


Power, Fuel Economy, And Safety

Under the hood is a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine that produces 169 horsepower and 151 lb-ft of torque with a continuously variable automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. It delivers modest power, taking 8.3 seconds to go from 0-60 mph. It’s great for daily driving, especially if fuel economy is a priority.

The EPA rates the SE and Nightshade models at 32/41/35 mpg city/highway/combined, while the XSE is bumped down a little to 30/38/33 due to an increase in weight. This is about as good as it gets without a hybrid powertrain, which is available in the Corolla hybrid.


Toyota Corolla Hatchback Generations: Everything You Need To Know In One Place

After a hiatus of more than 30 years, a redesigned Toyota Corolla Hatcback returned for 2019, but it’s now in need of an update.

The little hatch is also safe, thanks to Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 which is standard on every trim. It offers a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, full-speed range dynamic radar cruise control, lane departure alert with steering assist, lane tracing assist, road sign assist, automatic high beams, and proactive driving assist. It was an IIHS Top Safety Pick for 2023 and 2024, so we expect that to continue for 2025. Look for the Corolla hatchback at dealers in Q3 of this year.

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