The Toyota Corolla began life as a small rear-wheel drive car in 1966. In 1983 it switched to the more space efficient front-wheel drive layout.
Derided by many as dull, it is seen as safe, reliable and efficient transport. Over 40 million Corolla-badged cars have been worldwide, and it is world’s number one nameplate ever.
News, Reviews, Features
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