The Toyota Corolla is the longest-running model in Toyota’s lineup, as it debuted in the U.S. in 1968 – two years after it made its debut in Japan. Through the years, the Corolla has remained the same compact model, but has undergone several format changes – coupe, wagon, sedan, etc. The Corolla was at one time the entry-level model for Toyota, but is now only the entry-level sedan, as the Yaris now stands as Toyota’s entry model. There is no scheduled redesign for the Corolla in the near future, though a Tourer – station wagon – version has been caught testing.
Toyota unveiled a total of 28 production and concept vehicles at the Toyota and Lexus booths at the 2006 Beijing International Automotive Industry Exhibition. The display is the largest Toyota/Lexus display ever at the Beijing event.
Is this the new Corolla that is set to be launched on October 23rd in Japan? The Nihon Car and Bike posted some photos of the car from a japanesse car magazine but it is not for sure if this is the "real car".
Sources from the internet are saying that the design of the Corolla makes the 300N/MC the most versatile vehicle plaoform in the world. The Corolla will be powered by a 2.2 liter Turbo diesel engine with an output between 148 and 175 hp. Power will be fed to the road via five or six (...) > Full story
College students are preparing to head back to school, and many are dreaming of packing up their own car for the drive back to college. To help students and parents find the best car, CarMax, Inc., the nation’s largest retailer of used cars, and Driver’s Edge, a national nonprofit organization providing youth driver education, have teamed up to recommend the top cars for college students.
"Typically, parents’ top priorities when looking for a vehicle for their student are price, (...) > Full story
Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., today announced manufacturer’s suggested retail prices (MSRP) for the 2007 Corolla. Corolla will be a carryover for the 2007 model year and will arrive at dealerships in August.
The Corolla offers three model grades for 2007: the CE, the sporty S and the well-equipped LE. The 2007 Corolla CE carries a base MSRP of $14,205 for models equipped with a five-speed manual transmission and $15,005 with a four-speed automatic. Prices for both models (...) > Full story
The next generation Corolla will be an evolution of the present model, and it is sitting on Toyota’s recently developed 300N/MC platform. The Corolla will be furthermore the base for a number of new models by Toyota, including the next RAV4, the Avensis and Previa.
It will be available sometime in mid 2007 but it will be fully redesigned, with more power and a bigger interior.
The new Toyota Corolla carries on where the current Corolla
leaves off - as a world beater. Originally designed in the 1960s
to target customers from around the world and later engineered
with European drivers specifi cally in mind, the Toyota Corolla
has shown the world what a car can do. The best-selling range
of cars ever, Corolla has become a name associated with