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Price for 2007 Toyota Corolla Already Out

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Topics:  Toyota Corolla

Price for 2007 Toyota Corolla Already Out

Mark Clarkson
July 17, 2006

Toyota’s Corolla line of vehicles has been and still is one of the most popular cars in the auto market. As for the next year, the MSRP, or the manufacturer’s suggested retail price, for the new and renewed 2007 Toyota Corolla has already been announced by Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc. This 2007 Toyota Corolla has been proclaimed to be a carryover from 2006 model year. Come August this year, the 2007 Toyota Corolla would be available in dealerships around the country.

The 2007 Toyota Corolla is a part of the ninth generation of Toyota Corollas. The very first Toyota Corolla was produced in the year 1966. The car became a success that now, this vehicle is being produced in various countries around the world that includes Japan, United States, Canada, India, Brazil, Philippines, Venezuela, United Kingdom, China, South Africa, Turkey, Thailand, and Pakistan.

This ninth generation of Toyota Corollas started back in the year 2000. It has been built in four body styles – the sedan, the hatchback with three doors, the hatchback with four doors, and the wagon. Competition for the Toyota Corolla includes the Honda Civic, Mazda Mazda3, Hyundai Elantra, and the Nissan Sentra. And because this vehicle has already been in the market and has been popular among consumers and drivers for years, Toyota parts are easy to find. Where you buy your Toyota pickup truck parts is also a good source of replacement parts for this vehicle model.

The newest Toyota Corolla has been made available in three model grades. There is the 2007 Toyota Corolla CE, the S grade which has been created to be sporty, and the LE grade which boasts of various equipments and features. $14,205 is money well spent on the 2007 Toyota Corolla with a five speed manual transmission. If you are looking forward though for the Toyota Corolla XRS grade, you are going to get disappointed for this has been discontinued for the next year.

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