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2020 - 2024 Toyota Corolla

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The 2024 Corolla sedan now comes in four trim levels: LE, SE, Nightshade, and XSE. Pricing for the Corolla starts at $22,995 including destination and tops out at $28,095 for the XSE. The Corolla hatchback is available in Nightshade, SE, and XSE trims, pricing from $25,450 to $27,750. The hatchback-only GR Corolla comes in three trims: Core, Circuit Edition, and Morizo Edition. Toyota hasn't released pricing yet, but we expect the 2024 GR series to range from $38,000 to $52,000. Read more

2014 - 2019 Toyota Corolla

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An all-new Corolla sedan is due later this year, but for now, Toyota?s veteran compact is available with a single gas engine and a limited choice of optional extras. The 2019 Corolla is a four-door sedan, powered by a 1.8-liter gas engine outputting 132 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque. The LE Eco model generates 140 hp and 126 lb-ft of torque, using Toyota?s Valvematic technology to adjust engine airflow and reduce fuel consumption at higher speeds. Every Corolla is fitted with a version of Toyota?s familiar continuously variable transmission (CVT) as standard, though the SE can be acq... Read more

2009 - 2013 Toyota Corolla

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Since its introduction the Toyota Corolla has been a mainstay in the American marketplace. Renowned for high reliability, economical functionality, and an attention to safety ? Toyota has managed to sell over 33 million Corollas since its inception. Yet, like all good things, the startling gap between what was once Toyota superiority has quickly become nonexistent. Many advantages the Corolla once possessed have been replicated or even surpassed by other auto manufacturers. Even so, the Corolla is one of the premier compact sedans on the market today. Despite the upsurge in quality of the comp... Read more

2003 - 2008 Toyota Corolla

The Corolla comes in one body style, a four-door sedan. The Corolla CE, S, and LE come with a 126-horsepower 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine. A five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed electronically controlled automatic is available. It earns an EPA-estimated 28/37 mpg City/Highway when equipped with a manual transmission. Optional safety equipment includes: side-impact airbags, curtain airbags, anti-lock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution, and Vehicle Stability Control. For 2008, the Toyota Corolla is a carryover from 2007. Read more

1998 - 2002 Toyota Corolla


Toyota's Corolla is one of the most trusted vehicles sold in the U.S. Many choose it as their first new car, and with good reason. For more than three decades, the Corolla has earned a reputation for delivering reliable, durable, and comfortable transportation. Every Toyota vehicle sold, from the entry-level Echo to the premium Lexus sedans and SUVs, is built to an extremely high standard. If you pay a little extra for a Toyota, that's what you're getting in return. Changes for 2001 include a realigned product mix. The base Corolla is now the CE, followed by a new S version and topping out wit... Read more

1993 - 1997 Toyota Corolla


You hear a lot about value when car companies are selling you their flavor of the month, but what does value mean? It isn't just price, of course, but green dollars American on the barrelhead obviously play a big part in it. For many buyers, though, value is best described not by price but by what the dollars actually buy. With the 1997 Toyota Corolla line, those green dollars American go impressively far. Did you know the Corolla has an American lineage? Toyota has long shared an assembly plant in Fremont, California with Chevrolet. Corollas and the Geo Prizm (largely based on Toyota mechanic... Read more