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The 2024 Toyota Corolla Hybrid is one of the most practical cars on the market. It takes the many virtues of the tired and true Corolla and adds a hybrid powertrain for even better fuel economy. It’s also affordably priced and available with all-wheel drive.

Let’s look at the cost of the Toyota Corolla Hybrid and see what you can expect to pay for a fully loaded version.

How much does the base 2024 Toyota Corolla Hybrid cost?

A white Toyota Corolla Hybrid on display in a parking lot.
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The 2024 Toyota Corolla Hybrid starts at $23,300. That’s for the base LE trim. Its hybrid powertrain uses a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and a CVT automatic transmission. According to the EPA, it returns up to 53 city/46 highway/50 combined mpg.

Standard features include 16-inch steel wheels, LED headlights, a 4.2-inch driver information screen, push-button start, a Toyota Audio Multimedia infotainment system with an eight-inch screen, wireless Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto.

The standard Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 safety tech suite includes automatic emergency braking, full-speed adaptive cruise control, lane-departure alert with steering assist, lane tracing assist, road sign assist, automatic high beams, and Proactive Driving Assist.

Upgrading to the SE trim starts at $25,740. It adds a sporty appearance package with unique front and rear fascias and 18-inch alloy wheels with a graphite-colored finish. The bigger wheels give it worse fuel economy, but it’s still efficient. It gets 50 city/43 highway/47 combined mpg. Additional standard features include a Sport drive mode and premium sport seats with sport fabric inserts.

The Nightshade model starts at $26,740. It’s equipped similarly to the SE trim but has a unique appearance package with black badging and exterior trim and 18-inch bronze-finished alloy wheels.

How much does a fully loaded 2024 Toyota Corolla Hybrid cost?

The top XLE trim of the Corolla Hybrid starts at $27,050. It doesn’t have the sporty appearance of the SE or Nightshade trims, but it has some nice premium features. It also gets the same excellent fuel economy rating as the base LE trim.

Standard features include 16-inch alloy wheels, a power moonroof, SofTex-trimmed faux leather seats, heated front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a seven-inch digital gauge cluster, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, and a wireless charging pad.

A few optional features can add to the cost of the Corolla Hybrid XLE. Premium paint options Ruby Flare Pearl and Wind Chill Pearl cost an extra $425, and JBL premium audio is optional for $600. When you add those options and the $1,095 destination fee, the total cost comes to $29,170.

Curiously, all-wheel drive isn’t available for the top trim. However, all-wheel drive is a $1,400 option for the Nightshade trim. You can further add JBL audio, blind-spot monitoring, and heated mirrors. That brings the cost of a fully loaded, AWD-equipped 2024 Corolla Hybrid to around $30,365.


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Is the fully loaded version worth it?

The Toyota Corolla Hybrid is so affordable that it’s a good buy in any trim. A fully loaded new car around the $30k mark is still valuable. It’s still priced lower than the base price of the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid and the hybrid Toyota Venza.

We’d recommend either the base LE trim or the top XLE trim of the Corolla Hybrid because they return the best fuel economy. We like the sportier look of the SE and Nightshade models, but we’d prefer to save the extra money at the pump.