Toyota Celebrates 50 Million Corollas Sold

2021 Toyota Corolla | Woodbridge, VA

After over 55 years of production, Toyota has now sold 50 million Corollas, an incredible achievement unmatched by any other auto manufacturer. The Toyota Corolla, first introduced in 1966 and now in its 12th generation, is one of the bestselling cars of all time.

Toyota Brings Assembly to Mississippi

Today, Toyota assembles nearly every Corolla it sells in the United States at its Mississippi plant. It didn’t always make the Corolla in the U.S., though—that started in the mid-1980s. By that time, the car was already very popular among Americans because of its exceptional fuel economy, a strength that remains true today.

The All-New 2022 Corolla

Thanks to an available hybrid powertrain, the all-new 2022 Corolla is more efficient than ever, earning an EPA-estimated 53 mpg in the city and 52 mpg on the highway.[1] And with exclusive models like the Nightshade Edition and Apex Edition, the Corolla continues to set the standard for eye-catching design and affordable performance.

#MyCorollaStory

As part of celebrating its incredible accomplishment, Toyota is encouraging Corolla owners to share their stories using the #MyCorollaStory. If you’d like to have your own story to tell, visit Lustine Toyota in Woodbridge, Virginia, to take a closer look at the 2022 Toyota Corolla, Corolla Hybrid, and Corolla Hatchback.

[1] EPA-estimated 30 city/38 hwy/33 combined mpg for 2022 Corolla L, LE, SE Apex CVT and XSE Apex; EPA-estimated 29 city/37 hwy/32 combined mpg for 2022 Corolla XLE; EPA-estimated 29 city/36 hwy/32 combined mpg for 2022 Corolla SE 6MT; EPA-estimated 31 city/40 hwy/34 combined mpg for 2022 Corolla SE CVT and SE Nightshade; EPA-estimated 28 city/35 hwy/31 combined mpg for 2022 Corolla SE Apex 6MT; EPA-estimated 31 city/38 hwy/34 combined mpg for 2022 Corolla XSE; EPA-estimated 53 city/52 hwy/52 combined mpg for 2022 Corolla Hybrid LE. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.

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