The Toyota Corolla Fielder is a station wagon. From 2013 onwards the hybrid version of this car went into production.
This car has the 1NZ-FXE engine as found in some Prius models.This is a 1.5L Atkinson cycle engine with 54kW, and also features a 45kW electric motor which is charged by the petrol engine.
Toyota is famed for producing some of the most reliable cars on the planet. The Toyota Fielder hybrid is one of them. This car has impressive fuel consumption.
According to Toyota, this vehicle can cover an average of 33.8km/l. This is an impressive figure. Some cars can barely achieve 10km/l.
The Toyota Fielder's excellent fuel economy is complemented by the car's stylish exterior looks. The hybrid version has a sporty look when compared to the previous generation. The interior design has also been upgraded. The interior looks great. Toyota has also upgraded the safety features. In general the Toyota Fielder is an impressive car.
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