The Toyota Corolla was the best-selling car in the world in 1974 and is still one of the top sellers across the globe today. From 1966 to 1991, this vehicle was designed as a subcompact car but was updated to a compact car in 1991. The Corolla has stood above the rest due to its superb fuel economy and reliability that Toyota owners know and love. Despite the fierce competition in this segment, the Corolla consistently maintains high sales numbers that show no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Compare prices, years and local dealerships selling Toyota Corollas below. When ready, select any Toyota Corolla for sale near you or search additional Toyota Corollas nearby to find your perfect Corolla and schedule a test drive today.
The Toyota Corolla has different trim options available depending on the model year you’re looking at. Once you’ve narrowed down which year you’re interested in, it’s smart to look at each trim level to make sure you’re not overpaying for features you don’t want. Use the research numbers below to help narrow down your search for the perfect Toyota Corolla for sale near you.
Price Range: $18,700 - $22,880
Trims Available: L, LE, LE ECO, LE ECO w/ Premium Package, SE, XLE and XSE
Price Range: $11,586 - $25,467
Trims Available: L, LE, LE ECO, LE ECO w/ Package 1, SE, XLE and XSE
Price Range: $10,758 - $17,810
Trims Available: L, LE, LE ECO, LE ECO w/ Package 1, SE, XLE, SE Special Edition and XSE
Price Range: $10,642 - $18,034
Trims Available: L, LE, LE ECO, LE Plus, S, LE ECO Plus, S Plus, S w/ Special Edition Pkg, LE Premium, LE ECO Premium and S Premium
Price Range: $9,246 - $16,898
Trims Available: L, LE, LE ECO, LE Plus, S, LE ECO Plus, S Plus, LE Premium, LE ECO Premium and S Premium
Negotiation can be a stressful part of the car-buying process. Dealers are trying to squeeze as much money they can out of the Corolla you’re interested in and you get a fair price. While this experience is rarely fun, it can be made better by doing your research ahead of time.
Before you step foot onto a dealer’s lot, you should have an idea in your head of what the Toyota Corolla you’re looking at is worth. You should have a maximum price in mind – in other words, what’s the top dollar amount you would be willing to spend? Feeling confident is such a crucial component to successful negotiation. Performing ample research will give you the confidence you need to be firm with your offer when negotiating with a sale rep.
Lastly, never be afraid to walk off the lot if the dealer won’t meet your price. As a consumer, you are in complete control of the negotiation. There are lot more Corollas being sold at other dealers if you aren’t comfortable with the price. The last thing a sales rep wants is for a potential car buyer to go somewhere else simply because they couldn’t lower their price a little bit. Negotiations are not fun but the more prepared you are, the better your experience will be and the less money you’ll pay.
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