Toyota Corolla Reviews
As one of the world's oldest nameplates, the Toyota Corolla defines ubiquity. Australia was the Corolla's first foray into a foreign market, arriving on our shores in 1967 as a tiny sedan in a big country. Since then, the Corolla has moved with the times, selling as a coupé, station wagon and even a two-door van over the years. Now available as a small-sized hatch and sedan, the Corolla faces strong competition from the likes of the Volkswagen Golf and Mazda3. Then again, Toyota has made more than 40 million Corollas so far – and sold more than a million in Australia – so they must be doing something right.