Canadians love the Corolla
Ask a Canadian why they love their Toyota Corolla, and they'll tell you it is dependable, affordable, and fuel-efficient.
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Ask a Canadian why they love their Toyota Corolla, and they’ll tell you it is dependable, affordable, and fuel-efficient.
These core values are what bring Corolla drivers back to this popular vehicle, year after year after year.
What’s more, Canadians have made the Corolla their own in many ways — from building the Corolla to the highest quality standards in the world, to buying them one million times.
Reaching the one-million-sales benchmark in early March was just the latest milestone for the Corolla, one of the automaker’s best-selling vehicles world-wide.
First introduced in 1966, the Corolla has been built at Toyota Motor
Manufacturing Canada Inc. (TMMC) in Cambridge, Ontario, since 1988, and is also built at plants in more than a dozen other countries.
It has been honoured with six CAA Pyramid Awards for overall vehicle ownership satisfaction, and has been named Best Compact Car five times in the Initial Quality Study from J.D. Power and Associates.
The Corolla’s formula for success is no secret: Take equal parts quality, durability and reliability, add a generous helping of occupant protection and wallet-friendly fuel economy, and finish with exceptional performance and sleek, good looks. The result is a compact car that is as fun to drive as it is smart to own.
The Corolla is available in three well-equipped trim levels; CE (starting at just $15,785), Sport, and LE. Each trim level can be customized to suit individual customer preferences by using an online accessory configurator, which can be found at www.toyota.ca, or by visiting any Toyota dealer.