The 2019 Toyota Corolla hatch (petrol and hybrid) has been awarded a 5 star ANCAP rating. Thanks to #ANCAP for the video compilation.

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    • nolan wet
      nolan wet

      already brought home😜

      about 1 month ago
    • Toyota Corolla
      Toyota Corolla

      Ouche

      about 2 months ago
    • Marc
      Marc

      Thanks for your work who saves lives.
      I wish cars have airbags on the seatbacks to better protect rear passagers.

      about 3 months ago
    • ferrrini
      ferrrini

      I dont like design of Corolla hb s behind, I prefer Corolla Sedan. Both of them really safety cars.

      about 3 months ago
    • Turkish Empire
      Turkish Empire In reply to ferrrini

      Well it is a personal choice.

      about 2 months ago
    • nolan wet
      nolan wet

      good job toyota

      about 3 months ago
    • Glenn
      Glenn

      Can't beat Japanese-made Toyota Safety technology - great to see how far Toyota's Safety-Cell high-strength steel design has come since the 1980s!

      about 5 months ago
    • OkayOstrich
      OkayOstrich

      what kind of tank is this

      about 8 months ago
    • MadBurrito x
      MadBurrito x

      Why did the passenger airbag fire if there was no front passenger in the second crash?

      about 8 months ago
    • matabufalez50
      matabufalez50 In reply to MadBurrito x

      @brine posterior It should deploy only when the seat is loaded...

      about 2 months ago
    • Saida Ozganbay
      Saida Ozganbay In reply to MadBurrito x

      @brine posterior you can by the key which coming with the car all you need to do is insert the key and turn it off passangers air bag ( located normally on passengers side open the door and you ll see it)

      about 4 months ago
    • brine posterior
      brine posterior In reply to MadBurrito x

      Because you can’t just turn off the passenger airbag.

      about 4 months ago
    • Tony coffee
      Tony coffee

      I really hope they put that engine in the none hatch corollas now....

      about 8 months ago
    • whattheheck1000
      whattheheck1000

      Again with the lazy engineering. Why tf are the curtain airbags needed in a FULL FRONTAL where there is no side forces? The driver side curtain in the offset, that’s reasonable. But this is another one of those cars with lazy curtain airbag programming where any front or side collision automatically deploys both curtain airbags regardless of impact angle, severity, or side. I love Toyota but this just seems to be a ploy to increase repair costs and/or make the car LOOK safer to the uninformed.

      Also, why tf is the front passenger airbag deploying with NO PASSENGER? Occupant sensors have been a thing since the late 1990s, and common since 2004 or so. The passenger airbag should only deploy if there’s a passenger. I think the USA spec of this Corolla turns off the passenger airbag if there’s not enough weight on the seat.

      October 4, 2018 12:15 am

      about 8 months ago
    • Yuval
      Yuval In reply to whattheheck1000

      @whattheheck1000 it's better to be safe than sorry, you can't control the environmental variables around you - if you crash it's better to deploy everything for anything unexpected

      about 17 days ago
    • Lion De Pierre
      Lion De Pierre In reply to whattheheck1000

      ​ tlgglr Agreed mate, when you crash, you don't get an option on how you'd like to crash, it just sorta happens. I highly doubt people are thinking about WHY their curtain airbags have been released when they are about to crash.

      about 4 months ago
    • Glenn
      Glenn In reply to whattheheck1000

      Actually the reason for the deployment of side curtain air bags is to protect against any un-expected head rebound as well as to shield the passengers from side glass breaking/debris.

      about 5 months ago
    • whattheheck1000
      whattheheck1000 In reply to whattheheck1000

      In the USA, occupant sensors have been mandatory since 2007 unless the manufacturer goes through the trouble of ensuring that a passenger airbag won’t cause serious injury to a child or infant dummy. So 90% of USA spec cars turn off the passenger airbag if there’s not enough weight. In Europe and Australia it’s still a pretty high percent, maybe 70%. My 2011 Honda Accord has an occupant sensor. Less than about 30 kg / 65 lbs on the passenger seat turns off the airbag.

      December 29, 2018 7:57 pm

      about 5 months ago
    • whattheheck1000
      whattheheck1000 In reply to whattheheck1000

      tlgglr In a full frontal crash, people who are wearing their seat belts will move straight forward and back. Any halfway seat belt and frontal airbag system will control movement well enough to prevent side contact in a full frontal. The side airbags are only needed when a certain level of side G forces are reached, because it is G forces that cause movement in a crash. In an offset or angled crash where forces are substantially higher on one side of the front end, there are side G forces and without a curtain airbag occupants may hit the B pillar, roof rail, or window. Airbags deploy with a lot of force and shouldn’t be deployed when not needed. I know that in real life crashes aren’t as simple as a crash test, but sensor algorithms can detect whether the forces are more or less evenly distributed on the front end or concentrated to one side.

      Curtain airbags in a full frontal may help people who don’t wear their seat belts, aka idiots. It’s not worth it to subject everyone to unnecessary airbag deployments because some bozos can’t be arsed to buckle their damn seatbelts. They could also help in full frontal crashes MUCH more severe than this one, maybe if that full frontal was at 75+ kph there may be danger of windows breaking. But at 50 kph? Nope.

      December 29, 2018 7:40 pm

      about 5 months ago
    • Right Lane Hog
      Right Lane Hog

      Splendid.

      about 9 months ago
    • Hanz Berger
      Hanz Berger

      I believe this is still on the old platform. Will be interesting to see how the new platform performs.

      about 9 months ago
    • Glenn
      Glenn In reply to Hanz Berger

      New Platform. This is the Australian crash test which means only production-ready vehicles that are for sale on the road now can be tested.

      about 5 months ago
    • Hanz Berger
      Hanz Berger In reply to Hanz Berger

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3kPEe9W8k0

      about 8 months ago
    • Hanz Berger
      Hanz Berger In reply to Hanz Berger

      It is the new platform.

      about 8 months ago
    • Tony coffee
      Tony coffee In reply to Hanz Berger

      I thought the new hatch was the new platform. Same as the new 19 Camry..

      about 8 months ago
    • Hanz Berger
      Hanz Berger In reply to Hanz Berger

      cameron20020 I believe your right

      about 9 months ago
    • cameron20020
      cameron20020

      Dying to see small overlap from iihs.

      about 9 months ago
    • Gabriel Payan
      Gabriel Payan In reply to cameron20020

      @José Luís Lopes check it, they uploaded it

      about 7 days ago
    • José Luís Lopes
      José Luís Lopes In reply to cameron20020

      Will probably do just as well. If you manage to crash it, that autonomous braking is pretty remarkable, and as standard on all trims, well done Toyota

      about 2 months ago
    • dimitris bastas
      dimitris bastas In reply to cameron20020

      I agree. The most demanding crash test.

      about 3 months ago
    • John A
      John A

      Wow! Looks like it did well.

      about 10 months ago