2023 Toyota GR Corolla Price-$36,995 to $50,995!
2023 Toyota GR Corolla Price -Overview
The highly awaited 2023 Toyota GR Corolla will cost between $36,995 for the standard Core model and $50,995 for the track-focused Morizo special edition, according to the company’s pricing schedule.
Here are the major highlights:
- Toyota has released the price of the 2023 GR Corolla hot hatchback.
- The entry-level Core model costs $36,995, the Circuit costs $43,995, and the Morizo Edition costs $50,995.
- The Circuit and Morizo won’t be available until next year, while the Core will start selling later this year.
All GR Corollas feature the same 300-hp turbocharged inline-three engine, all-wheel drive, and six-speed manual transmission.
Still, as you climb the pricing scale, different performance options become available.
It’s important to note that the Core’s base pricing is less expensive than the only AWD hot-hatch competitor currently available, the VW Golf R, which has a starting price of $45,385.
A new Honda Civic Type R, which will only be available with front-wheel drive in 2023, will likely cost more than the previous generation’s $38,910 starting price.
Trim Styles and Choices
At $43,995, the Circuit model falls between the GR Corolla’s Core and Morizo trims.
It also has heated seats, a better audio system, front and rear Torsen limited-slip differentials, enhanced brakes, and several comforts and convenience features.
The Core does offer a few packages to bring it closer to the Circuit, including the $500 Cold Weather package, which adds heated front seats and a heated steering wheel.
This $1180 Performance package adds Torsen differentials and larger brakes, the $770 Technology package, which adds a JBL audio system, and the $500 Performance package, which adds wireless smartphone charging.
Because of its more significant modifications, such as the removal of the rear seat, the adoption of more aggressive Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, and the addition of 22 pound-feet of more torque from the turbo-three for a total of 295 pound-feet, the Morizo Edition represents a bigger step forward.
In addition, due to additional strut braces, Toyota claims that it is 106 pounds lighter and more rigid.
But unfortunately, there will only be 200 units available in the US.
The GR Corolla Core is expected to be the first model to debut and will do so later this year.
The Circuit or Morizo Edition models won’t be available until 2023.