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Toyota Corolla

Toyota Corolla (Japan, 2006-2013)

Toyota > Corolla > Gen.10 [E140, E150]
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History and Development

The tenth and current generation of the Toyota Corolla was released in 2006 with a whole bunch of improvements on the engines, chassis and suspension. The E140 and E150 series were also given superior power and economic efficiency. On almost every car market worldwide, the previous Corolla hatchback is now traded as the Toyota Auris. Also, not all countries with Toyota dealers will receive new engine and transmission trims.



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Engine and Transmission

 

Gasoline-powered new Corollas come with engine displacements that range from 1.5 to 2.4 L, while diesel engines are offered with 1.4, 2.0 and 2.2 L displacements. All engines are front-mounted and all Corolla variants are now rear-wheel drive again.   Maximum power outputs range from the most “basic” 132 hp model to the high-performance 158 hp XRS model. Transmissions available for this generation Corollas include 5- and 6-speed manual, as well as 4- and 5-speed automatic gearboxes.

 



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Chassis

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  Steering Rack-and-pinion power steering.   Brakes ABS front disc and rear drum brakes. Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) with Traction Control (TRAC) and an off switch are optional.



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Body and Design

Toyota’s Design department, in a partnership with styling studios in Turin, Italy, developed a wider and lower profile for the 10th generation Corolla, aiming to give the car a sportier body appearance as well as better aerodynamic performance. The current Corollas are available as 4-door sedans, 4-door station wagons and 5-door hatchbacks.



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