Toyota is headquartered in Japan and is currently the largest auto maker in the World with factories in six continents including five assembly plants in the United States. The brand has a loyal and growing customer base as the company has a tremendous reputation of quality and performance. We wish they’d bring back the Celica.
For most small or compact car buyers out there, they’d want to know which Toyota is the best selling model, and that answer would be none other than the Toyota Corolla. For countless years Toyota has been mass producing cars trucks, and SUV’s for the general public, and all the while groups have formed that have slotted certain models into spots of love and favoritism. The Toyota Corolla has been on the road since 1966, and by the time 1974 rolled around it already had the title of, “World’s Best Selling Car” locked down. The Corolla also out sold the Volkswagen Beetle, which if you know cars, was a pretty hard task to accomplish. The Toyota Corolla has pretty much been a staple in all of Toyota’s car communities. No other manufacturer can come close to the overall amount of sales that the Corolla has produced. No one. As it stands now, Toyota has sold over 40 Million Corollas world wide since day one, and that train isn’t stopping anytime soon.
St. Louis Toyota Dealers
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|St Louis Toyota Dealer||Phone Number||Location|
|Jay Wolfe Toyota of West County||636-207-3900||West County|
|Newbold Toyota||618-628-7000||Metro East|
|Pappas Toyota||636-928-1212||St Peters|
|Seeger Toyota||314-434-5000||North County|
|Weiss Toyota||314-849-3700||South County|
Toyota Corolla S Premium: Fuel efficiency is a strong point of this cool Corolla. It has a few surprises in store as well. You have the option of selecting from seven artificial gears making it as close to the higher end model cars. Easy to maneuver on the crowded roads, this car sits right at the top of the favorites.
Toyota Prius C – The Toyota Prius C is a new hybrid that was released in early 2012. With an average sale price of $18,950-$23,230, it is very affordable for most budgets. The Prius C features a 1.5l 99 HP engine, with 46-53 miles per gallon. The car also comes in five different colors and is suitable as either a family vehicle or for a single driver. On average, the car costs $30,329 per 5 years to own (including initial purchase costs and gas).
Toyota Corolla/Matrix – The Toyota Corolla (also known as the Matrix) is another popular subcompact Sedan type car. The Toyota averages 27/39 mpg, which puts it near the top of the list for auto performance. Considering that the MSRP is between $16,000 and $21,000, it’s rather affordable to purchase as well. The Toyota seats a small family, but unfortunately gives the look and impression of a budget car purchased for that reason.
The Toyota Camry Hybrid is one of the highest selling sedans in its class and perfect for anyone looking for a low priced hybrid car. The sedan has an MSRP of $26,140, and usually gets 43/39 miles per gallon. Pros include a spacious cabin, top of its class gas mileage, a lot of power, and various built in electronics while cons include that the brakes are a little touchy, and that the Camry is not the most affordable option on the market. The Camry features a 6 speed automatic transmission, and a 2.5 liter 4 cylinder 150 kw hybrid engine.
Toyota RAV4: While not America’s most popular truck, the Toyota RAV4 SUV is certainly popular, and by the midpoint of the year had sold more than 120,000 models. The RAV4 is available as a mini-SUV and a compact Crossover, and features four engines ranging from 2.2 to 2.4 liters, with three transmission options. The Toyota has an MSRP starting at $23,242, and gets 24/31 mpg.
Over the years the Corolla has evolved with the times, and current vibe of the world. What this basically means is that, like any car manufacturer you need to keep your car models current, and trendy in order to produce a substantial amount of sales. The one selling point of the Toyota Corolla has been its reliable engine. No matter what part of the world you lived in, a Toyota Corolla was a trusted, and in most cases, and integral part of the family. Its 1.5L, or 1.8L four cylinder engine was easy to use, easy to maintain, and easy on the pockets when it came down to buying gas for the car. If you really take a minute to look at the Corolla, you will find that Toyota has kept this car more than just simple, they kept it famous. No matter what other model of Toyota was available, be it a Supra, a Celica, or even the Camry, the Corolla was either the main car or the back up car.
Toyota has upped the ante by stepping out a bit into the modern world of life, music, and style. There’s a bold new, and aggressive look for the 48 year old name sake. A new front fascia that keeps the eyes entertained, while the heart begins to pump with excitement. Toyota’s newly redesigned 1.8L 4 banger not only provides a fun to drive experience, but also gives the average driver more opportunity to drive longer and farther than ever before. The 2014 Corolla will pretty much remain Toyota’s number one selling car for many years to come, and by the looks of things, there won’t be any other cars in the lineup that will come close to challenging that notion.
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