Toyota’s latest model, the Corolla, is arguably the worst in the company’s history.
It’s a bit of a letdown.
It has a small hatchback and the new Corolla is a mid-size SUV.
In terms of fuel economy, the hatchback is pretty good, but it is a bit overkill for what a mid model Toyota should be selling.
The new Corollas are all new, but they were produced in the same assembly line.
It makes it impossible to compare them side by side.
The Corolla was supposed to be a mid to large-size sedan.
But Toyota was caught off guard when it was discovered that the hatchbacks in question were actually midsize SUVs, and not the larger luxury cars the company was expecting.
That’s a problem, because the company has a lot of debt to pay.
The car’s price is also going up, which is a major problem.
It costs $37,300 for the base Corolla with the 3.0L engine and $43,400 for the 2.5L version.
That means the price of the base model is $54,400.
But with the price increase comes a cost increase in the premium segment.
The $30,000 Premium Club option is $15,000 more expensive than the base version, and the Premium package comes with $1,800 in cash, $1.4 million in incentives, and an extra $1 million in cash-back.
Toyota’s new Premium Club is $20,000 cheaper than the standard Premium Club, and it comes with a $1-million cashback offer.
It also comes with unlimited miles, a $10,000 cash-on-delivery credit, and a $500 tax credit.
The Premium Club has a $3,000 annual lease option, but you can only lease one car per year.
So it will only be a nice option for owners who want to take advantage of the $7,500 cash-incentive on the $20-million option.
The base Corolla gets the best of both worlds: it has a good interior and a good engine, and its cabin is more spacious than the midsize Corolla.
But the Premium Club comes with the best fuel economy and the best price.
Toyota will have to sell more of these cars if it wants to maintain its competitive position in the midsized segment.