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2006 Toyota Corolla S

2006 Toyota Corolla S - 86,796 mi

North Hollywood, CA - Listed 1 day ago
  • $1,899 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
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2016 Toyota Corolla LE

2016 Toyota Corolla LE - 36,243 mi

Phoenix, AZ - Listed 1 day ago
  • $3,140 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
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  • 2017
    $14,190
  • 2018
    $15,476
  • 2019
    $15,325
  • 2020
    $16,363
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  • Corolla

    $16,816
    $3,687 Savings

    Corolla Hybrid

    $20,503
  • Non-CPO

    $14,821
    $1,635 Savings

    CPO

    $16,456
  • Manual

    $14,355
    $476 Savings

    Automatic

    $14,830

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Beige

$582Average Savings

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Expensive

Purple

$912Average Premium

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1997 Toyota Corolla Base

1997 Toyota Corolla Base - 78,067 mi

Edison, NJ - Listed 4 days ago
  • $650 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , low miles , free CARFAX
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2000 Toyota Corolla LE

2000 Toyota Corolla LE - 179,000 mi

San Diego, CA - Listed 43 days ago
  • $1,033 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • free CARFAX
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2006 Toyota Corolla S

2006 Toyota Corolla S - 186,792 mi

Allentown, PA - Listed 22 days ago
  • $756 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • free CARFAX
$4,800
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2016 Toyota Corolla S

2016 Toyota Corolla S - 103,000 mi

Long Beach, CA - Listed 169 days ago
  • $3,259 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , free CARFAX
$10,000
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2007 Toyota Corolla S

2007 Toyota Corolla S - 160,329 mi

San Marcos, TX - Listed 4 days ago
  • $982 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , free CARFAX
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2020 Toyota Corolla LE

2020 Toyota Corolla LE - 2,920 mi

Lexington, KY - Listed 12 days ago
  • $2,605 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , low miles , free CARFAX
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2016 Toyota Corolla LE Plus

2016 Toyota Corolla LE Plus - 37,656 mi

Lakeside, CA - Listed 6 days ago
  • $2,500 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
$11,995
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2007 Toyota Corolla S

2007 Toyota Corolla S - 110,000 mi

Plano, TX - Listed 141 days ago
  • $1,686 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , free CARFAX
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2007 Toyota Corolla CE

2007 Toyota Corolla CE - 95,596 mi

Colorado Springs, CO - Listed 11 days ago
  • $1,525 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
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2013 Toyota Corolla LE

2013 Toyota Corolla LE - 48,119 mi

Brooklyn, NY - Listed 26 days ago
  • $1,497 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles , free CARFAX
$10,180
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2008 Toyota Corolla CE

2008 Toyota Corolla CE - 133,663 mi

Fredericksburg, VA - Listed 38 days ago
  • $1,552 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 3 price drops in 39 days
$5,490
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2011 Toyota Corolla LE

2011 Toyota Corolla LE - 164,238 mi

Clinton Township, MI - Listed 36 days ago
  • $1,317 below market price
  • dealer rating
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2014 Toyota Corolla S Plus

2014 Toyota Corolla S Plus - 81,461 mi

Jacksonville, FL - Listed 34 days ago
  • $1,956 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
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2013 Toyota Corolla L

2013 Toyota Corolla L - 34,014 mi

Haltom City, TX - Listed 82 days ago
  • $2,134 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
$11,995
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2006 Toyota Corolla S

2006 Toyota Corolla S - 168,931 mi

San Marcos, TX - Listed 13 days ago
  • $972 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • free CARFAX
$4,299
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2011 Toyota Corolla LE

2011 Toyota Corolla LE - 125,010 mi

Emporia, KS - Listed 46 days ago
  • $1,111 below market price
  • dealer rating
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2011 Toyota Corolla LE

2011 Toyota Corolla LE - 92,000 mi

Irvine, CA - Listed 30 days ago
  • $1,177 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , low miles , free CARFAX
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2020 Toyota Corolla LE

2020 Toyota Corolla LE - 3,034 mi

Miami, FL - Listed 203 days ago
  • $1,985 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , low miles
$16,500
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What is the average price for Used Toyota Corolla? How many are for sale and priced below market?

  • 16,932 cars for sale found, starting at $1,195
  • Average price for Used Toyota Corolla: $16,828
  • 572 deals found. Average savings of $916
  • Save up to $3,708 below estimated market price

What Toyota Corolla model year and mileage can you get for your budget?

Year Price Mileage
2020 $14,625 to $18,308 5,879 to 41,746 miles
2019 $14,364 to $16,351 15,008 to 49,330 miles
2018 $14,429 to $16,599 8,174 to 56,848 miles
2017 $12,885 to $15,626 13,703 to 79,123 miles

Used Toyota Corolla Pricing

Average Price
$16,828
For a used Toyota Corolla
Average Savings
$916
Based on all Corolla deals found
Biggest Savings
$3,708
Below estimated market price
Good Deal
$12,885
Typical price of a good deal

What's the price of a Used Toyota Corolla Sedan by year?

Average price by year
Average mileage by year

Where to find a cheap Toyota Corolla ?

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Top Cities Average Price
Columbus $14,714
Seattle $15,732
Washington $15,771
Baltimore $16,043
Chicago $16,099
Boston $16,503
Orlando $16,844
Houston $17,066
Atlanta $17,068
Los Angeles $17,126
Dallas $17,134
Philadelphia $17,165
West Palm Beach $17,212
New York $17,459
Miami $17,553
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How to save money when buying a used Toyota Corolla ?

Fuel Type A Corolla averages $3,687 less than a Corolla Hybrid
Certified Choosing non-CPO vs Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) can save you $1,635 on a Toyota Corolla
Transmission Buying a Toyota Corolla with stick shift instead of a automatic transmission can save you $476

What colors are the best deals for a Toyota Corolla ?

Least Expensive Color
Beige $582Average Savings
Most Expensive Color
Purple $912Average Premium

What Toyota Corolla color has the best resale value ?

Price differences by car color compared to the average price of a used Toyota Corolla

Average car color pricing for a used Toyota Corolla ?

Rank Color Compared to Avg Price
1 Beige $582 Savings
2 Brown $321 Savings
3 Gray $155 Savings
4 Green $140 Savings
5 Black $126 Savings
6 Red $126 Savings
7 Silver $88 Higher
8 White $133 Higher
9 Gold $270 Higher
10 Blue $375 Higher
11 Purple $912 Higher

What is the best time to buy a used Toyota Corolla ?

Good times to buy
- Save $237 on average: January, August, September, October, November, December are good times to buy to find the best prices.
Good times to sell
- Make an extra $241 on average: February, March, April, May, June, July are good times to sell to get the best prices
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Toyota Corolla Rankings vs. the Competition

(Based on Last 5 Years' Data)
#1 - Safest
#2 - Kept longest
#2 - Most spacious
#3 - Longest-lasting
#4 - Most fuel-efficient
#4 - Most leg room
#8 - Greenest
#9 - Most cargo room
#9 - Most horsepower

What Is The Average Price Of A Used Toyota Corolla By Model Year?

Year Average Price Deals Listings
2021 Toyota Corolla for Sale $23,021 Save $1,884 on 2 deals 2,244 listings
2020 Toyota Corolla for Sale $21,058 Save $2,605 on 32 deals 3,104 listings
2019 Toyota Corolla for Sale $19,124 Save $3,708 on 18 deals 2,424 listings
2018 Toyota Corolla for Sale $18,515 Save $3,186 on 25 deals 2,989 listings
2017 Toyota Corolla for Sale $16,898 Save $3,554 on 62 deals 1,557 listings
2016 Toyota Corolla for Sale $15,057 Save $4,620 on 77 deals 1,279 listings
2015 Toyota Corolla for Sale $14,153 Save $3,424 on 51 deals 866 listings
2014 Toyota Corolla for Sale $13,065 Save $2,747 on 31 deals 744 listings
2013 Toyota Corolla for Sale $11,157 Save $3,294 on 55 deals 637 listings
2012 Toyota Corolla for Sale $10,499 Save $2,447 on 22 deals 324 listings
2010 Toyota Corolla for Sale $8,570 Save $3,264 on 73 deals 659 listings
2009 Toyota Corolla for Sale $7,817 Save $2,227 on 68 deals 455 listings

What Is The Average Price Of Competitor Cars To The Used Toyota Corolla?

Average Price Deals Listings
Hyundai Elantra for Sale $18,829 Save $3,793 on 745 deals 24,380 listings
Nissan Sentra for Sale $16,972 Save $3,974 on 593 deals 17,237 listings
Volkswagen Jetta for Sale $16,628 Save $5,080 on 767 deals 12,194 listings

What Is The Average Price Of Used Toyota Corolla In The Top 10 Cities?

Average Price Deals Listings
Toyota Corolla in Houston $17,066 Save $2,166 on 16 deals 568 listings
Toyota Corolla in Atlanta $17,334 Save $2,141 on 15 deals 515 listings
Toyota Corolla in Dallas $17,080 Save $2,627 on 13 deals 375 listings
Toyota Corolla in Chicago $16,099 Save $2,024 on 16 deals 469 listings
Toyota Corolla in Miami $17,553 Save $2,447 on 22 deals 975 listings
Toyota Corolla in Los Angeles $17,126 Save $4,620 on 119 deals 1,181 listings
Toyota Corolla in Philadelphia $17,165 Save $2,177 on 30 deals 914 listings
Toyota Corolla in San Antonio $18,211 Save $982 on 2 deals 253 listings
Toyota Corolla in Phoenix $17,373 Save $3,140 on 10 deals 387 listings
Toyota Corolla in Orlando $17,005 Save $2,112 on 13 deals 556 listings

Filter on Used Used Toyota Corolla Trims

Trim Average Price Listings Specs
Used Toyota Corolla LE
(1984-1995, 1998-2020)
$16,707 8,080 Listings
Body Style Hatchback, Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Corolla L
(2012-2020)
$16,372 2,882 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Corolla SE
(2017-2020)
$20,659 2,288 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Corolla S
(2001-2016)
$10,895 973 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Corolla CE
(1997-2008)
$5,625 380 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Corolla XLE
(2009-2010, 2017-2020)
$18,346 316 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Corolla S Plus
(2014-2016)
$15,265 312 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Corolla Base
(1981-1983, 1990-1997, 2009-2011)
$8,096 246 Listings
Body Style Coupe, Sedan
Drive Train FWD, RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Corolla XSE
(2017-2020)
$22,223 231 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Corolla LE Plus
(2014-2016)
$14,183 102 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Toyota Corolla Overview

The Toyota Corolla is one of the longest-running nameplates in automotive history, having been introduced in the 1967 model year. It soon became one of the world's best-selling vehicles and by mid-2013, 40 million Corollas had been produced. The Corolla is currently in its 11th generation as a model. The first-generation Corolla was introduced for 1967 as a compact sedan. It was redesigned for the 1971 model year and again for the 1975 model year. The more modern Corolla was introduced in 1980 and redesigned for a more American appeal in 1983. This began the "golden age" of the Corolla wherein the car began its reputation for extreme reliability and excellent fuel economy. The sixth-generation Corolla was introduced in 1987 and the seventh-generation in 1992. At this point, the compact Corolla began to grow in size and weight, becoming nearly midsized in 1995 (8th-gen) and continuing with that larger size until the 9th-generation in 2001. The last few generations of the Toyota Corolla have featured four-cylinder engines, manual or automatic transmissions, and ediger compact styling. The last two generations of the Corolla have been international in scope and design, broadening the car's appeal. Sales in the United States have topped 3000,000 units for a decade. Although the Corolla, like most toyota models, enjoys a reputation for reliability, there are model years where this is less the case than in others. The 2002-2003 Corolla is often cited for transmission failures at mid-level and high mileage (65,000 or higher). The 2009 model year has numerous complaints for engine issues. The Corolla otherwise as a better-than-average reputation for reliability.

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2020 Toyota Corolla

The Toyota Corolla, one of the oldest living models of the Toyota lineup, has been completely redesigned for the 2020 model year. This new rendition of the Corolla addresses many of the shortcomings of the previous generation model and brings the 2020 Corolla into the 21st century.

The compact, entry-level market is heating up with excellent choices and the Corolla now competes well against those modern rivals. The 2020 Corolla has personality and a much more upscale interior to go with its updated efficiency and safety standards.

The 2020 Toyota Corolla comes in three flavors: a sedan, a hatchback (formerly the iA), and a hybrid model. Each are distinctly different, but similar enough that they all bear the Corolla name. All three are more driveable versions of the car than it's been in a very long time.

Aside from those three body designs, the Corolla also comes in up to five trim levels (depending on body style), starting with the L and moving through to the XLE and XSE variants. There are two engines and either a standard or automatic transmission in front-wheel drive.

2019 Toyota Corolla

2018 Toyota Corolla

The Toyota Corolla has been a mainstay compact sedan for over 50 years. The Corolla's appeal lies in its roomy interior, reputation for excellence, and utilitarian nature. The compact sedan market has become heated, however, and the 2018 Corolla is up against some stiff competition.

For the 2018 model year, the car carries over largely unchanged from the updates made last year. Those changes added some desirable safety equipment and upgrades to technology. For this year, the 50th Anniversary Edition trim point has been dropped. Compared to most in the segment, the 2018 Corolla has high-end standard safety equipment that's only rarely available in the segment. It's also a fuel sipper by comparison and has a solid reputation for reliability. It does lack, however, is interior finish and performance.

From almost the beginning, the Corolla has used the same formula for success: it's compact, front-wheel drive, and not very expensive. The 2018 Toyota Corolla has six trim levels, four doors (the Corolla iM hatchback is reviewed separately) and uses the same engine in all renditions.

2017 Toyota Corolla

The Toyota Corolla is a rare vehicle where there is a wide chasm between those who love it and those who hate it. Any automotive writer will tell you the Corolla is soulless and not very fun to drive when compared to the competition. Owners will sing the praises of the Corolla's reliability and a long list of standard equipment. For the 2017 model year, Toyota has given the Corolla a bit of a nip and tuck, along with adding more equipment. After spending a week in it, we can say the 2017 Corolla isn't going to change the mind of either group.

2016 Toyota Corolla

The 2016 Toyota Corolla continues the Corolla tradition of delivering simplicity and comfort in a value-oriented package. This five-seat sedan may not win any beauty contests or take any checkered flags at the races, but it's got one of the most upscale interiors you'll find in the segment. Add in the extreme attention paid to ergonomics for the new Corolla and this car becomes a required entry on anyone's comparison list for cross-shopping the compact segment.

For 2016, the Corolla sees updates to its excellent Entune technology center and a new S Special Edition package. Through almost fifty years of sales, the Corolla continues to be a top choice today.

2015 Toyota Corolla

The 2015 Toyota Corolla is the current rendition of a long-lived compact car model that was one of the first vehicle models from the Japanese company upon its entry into North America. This new generation was introduced last year and continues for 2015 with a strong value proposition.

The Corolla has long been known for its very accessible trunk, smart interior, and strong value-oriented packaging. That continues now, with the 2015 Corolla featuring all of these things along with a roomy interior and upper-tier infotainment option.

The 2015 Corolla may not be the looker some of its competitors are and it may not have the fun driving dynamics of sportier options, but it delivers on everything most compact car buyers want: versatility, economy, and value. This is not to say that we do not have some concerns about the Corolla, but it's still a solid choice in the compact arena.

2014 Toyota Corolla

Most of the cars that we review here at iSeeCars.com are capable enough of being good enough to please most drivers and often times we find that the least expected models wow us and we fall head over heels in love. That, dear readers, did not happen during our time driving the at least disappointing and at worst the laziest engineering job in recent memory 2014 Toyota Corolla. Apparently we drove the sporty S version but only felt our desire to ever want to enjoy the act of driving being sucked from our chest, the luxuriously beige LE model, the LE Eco version which boasted one engine design enhancement so Toyota could boast 40 miles per gallon highway and the lowly $16,800 S price leader which comes with a four-speed automatic.

Don't we recall Honda being raked over the coals for continuing with a five-speed automatic in the 2012 Civic? We guess Toyota, at times the largest and most technologically amazing car company in the world, isn't expected to bring much to the table anymore with its compact sedan. And to think, the Corolla nameplate is one of the longest lasting in the industry and should at this point deserve respect not only from buyers but also from the management at Toyota that so botched this latest redesign.

But hey, if you don't care about the state of your everlasting soul, if the act of driving is something you feel should pain you somehow or outright reliability is seriously the ONLY thing you care about then by all means check out the 2014 Toyota Corolla line. All we can say is that after just one solid day driving the Corolla we wondered seriously if we really were all that into cars and driving. Thankfully we had a Mazda on hand to perform automotive resuscitation of us before we decided to join a monastery.

2013 Toyota Corolla

The 2013 Toyota Corolla is the grandfather of the Toyota line; first coming out in 1966, it is in its eleventh generation of production. In 1997, it became the best-selling vehicle in the world, surpassing the Volkswagen Beetle. To date, more than 39 million Corollas have been sold worldwide and the 2013 Toyota Corolla is carrying on that tradition with pride.

The redesigned Corolla is perfect for first-time drivers and drivers who need a tight turning radius. The smaller exterior dimensions and electronic steering make it more maneuverable than previous models. Sales have dropped steadily from 2006 to 2011, but that could lend more weight to the world economy than to the quality of the 2013 Toyota Corolla. On the other hand, as they say in the sales profession - numbers don't lie.
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