The Toyota Corolla can trace its origin back more than 50 years and in that time, became one of the best selling cars in the world. It actually beat out the Volkswagen Beetle as of the late 90s. As of 2013, sales exceeded the 40 million Corollas sold mark. Not unexpectedly, today's Toyota Corolla bares little resemblance to the original with more than ten generations between today's version and the one launched in 1966. Toyota's design updates have ranged from minor to major but it has never wavered from its original purpose, deliver a reliable, fuel efficient and inexpensive car that people want. Corolla buyers across the U.S. range from senior citizens to new parents to new drivers. There are a lot of economy cars on the market today, but none have been around our lasted as long as the Toyota Corolla. There's a reason for that. It's a quality car, built to last - end of story.
AutoMall.com has 11,597 Toyota Corolla models listed for sale across the country. Prices start at $1,500 and have an average price of $13,895. It is available in these trim levels: 50th Anniversary Special Edition, Base, CE, DLX, DX, L, LE, LE Eco, S, SE, Standard, VE, XLE, XRS and XSE.