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Since 1994, the Corolla and the Honda Civic occupied the marketing slots that the original Camry and Accord did. Once very much entry-level cars, Corolla and Civic offered a range of amenities and performance that raises them far above the entry level. This is not completely true of some of their supposed competitors like the Mitsubishi Mirage and Nissan Sentra. The car's real major competitor was the sister-under-the-skin Geo Prizm, built with the same mechanicals and on the same production line in Fremont, California.


Year-to-year changesEdit

1999Edit

After the Toyota Tercel was discontinued, the Corolla temporarily became the company's entry-level car only for this model year.

Retail pricesEdit

As of December 27, 1993:

  • $12,098 (1994 Toyota Corolla 4DR Sedan)
  • $13,188 (1994 Toyota Corolla DX 4DR Sedan)
  • $14,298 (1994 Toyota Corolla DX 4DR Wagon)
  • $16,328 (1994 Toyota Corolla LE 4DR Sedan)

As of August 26, 1994:

  • $12,378 (1995 Toyota Corolla 4DR Sedan)
  • $13,488 (1995 Toyota Corolla DX 4DR Sedan)
  • $14,618 (1995 Toyota Corolla DX 4DR Wagon)
  • $16,678 (1995 Toyota Corolla LE 4DR Sedan)

As of January 26, 1995:

  • $12,498 (1995 Toyota Corolla 4DR Sedan)
  • $13,618 (1995 Toyota Corolla DX 4DR Sedan)
  • $14,768 (1995 Toyota Corolla DX 4DR Wagon)
  • $16,848 (1995 Toyota Corolla LE 4DR Sedan)

As of August 25, 1995:

  • $12,728 (1996 Toyota Corolla 4DR Sedan)
  • $13,908 (1996 Toyota Corolla DX 4DR Sedan)
  • $15,058 (1996 Toyota Corolla DX 4DR Wagon)

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