Used Toyota Corolla

The Toyota Corolla is a compact car with a well-earned reputation for reliability, impressive passenger space, and family-friendly safety features. The longstanding Corolla has been extremely popular, and it’s easy to see why. Inside, you’ll find spacious seating and long-term comfort. Modern models use a bevy of infotainment features to keep you connected on the go. From behind the wheel, the Corolla always feels smooth and composed. Come in and test drive the Corolla today!

Used Toyota Corolla

2009 – 2016

10th Gen Corolla


The modern used Toyota Corolla is one of the best compact cars on the market today. Inside, the Corolla is spacious and comfortable. You’ll find plenty of head- and legroom to enhance your daily commute. The trunk offers impressive cargo space for your sports gear and road trip luggage.

The used Toyota Corolla still speaks to the brand’s long-lasting durability and interior refinement, and it improves upon previous models with a range of high-tech safety items. In 2010, stability control became standard equipment, maximizing driver authority over difficult road conditions. Many modern Corollas also earned a perfect five-star rating in government crash tests.

Under the hood, the used Toyota Corolla’s 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine easily keeps up with traffic, thanks to its 132 horsepower. With the five-speed manual transmission, you’ll enjoy optimal control over performance and a smooth, precise ride. Buyers can also check out the four-speed automatic transmission, which provides a more laissez-faire experience.


9th Gen Corolla


cabin was more refined than ever. It also provided ample passenger space, making it a great pick for families. Once again, Toyota updated the Corolla’s engine for increased acceleration. Now it used a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine rated for 132 horses. Shoppers could choose a five-speed manual transmission or four-speed automatic, both of which lent themselves to the Corolla’s smooth, comfortable ride.

1998 – 2002

8th Gen Corolla


Once again, the Corolla became larger and more accommodating for passengers. An all-new four-cylinder engine increased output to 120 horses, creating a swifter ride. Inside, the cabin was handsome and welcoming, offering spacious seating and long-term support.


7th Gen Corolla


These models turned the Corolla from a subcompact model to a larger, passenger-friendly compact car. For this generation, Toyota only produced sedan models. The Corolla was also more powerful than ever, with a new 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that generated 115 horses.


6th Gen Corolla


For the sixth generation, all Corollas sported front-wheel drive. They offered a smooth, refined ride to underscore driver confidence. The station wagon could be had with all-wheel drive for maximum traction over slick surfaces.


5th Gen Corolla


For the 1984 model year, Toyota introduced a front-wheel-drive Corolla sedan. It derived its power from the same 1.6-liter engine used in previous models, operating with either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission. Other models, however, continued to power the rear wheels.


4th Gen Corolla


The fourth-generation Corolla offered impressive on-road refinement. It introduced a coil spring system for a smoother ride. Under the hood, a new 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine created 75 horses.


3rd Gen Corolla


While shoppers could choose from five different third-generation models, the two-door sedan proved extremely popular. Under the hood, a 1.2-liter four-cylinder engine offered solid performance. Other models, including a four-door sedan, used a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine.


2nd Gen Corolla


When the second generation arrived, it introduced a more powerful engine – a 1.2-liter four-cylinder that produced 73 horses. It now offered automatic transmission, which proved extremely popular with a wide range of buyers.


1st Gen Corolla


Here shoppers could select a two-door coupe, four-door sedan, or two-door wagon. Under the hood, the 1.1-liter four-cylinder engine generated 60 horsepower. The engine was paired with a four-speed manual transmission, because an automatic wouldn’t be available until later generations.