Become a Member: Get Ad-Free Access to All Our Content

Toyota Corolla Sales Figures

Toyota Corolla

Here you will find Canadian and U.S. sales figures for the Toyota Corolla, U.S. figures not including the Toyota Corolla iM. The Toyota Corolla is one of the best-selling cars of all time, renowned for its reliability, efficiency, and affordability. The Toyota Corolla’s continual evolution and focus on providing reliable transportation have made it a favorite for drivers worldwide. Whether as a simple, cost-effective option for city commuting or as a well-equipped, modern compact sedan, the Corolla has maintained its status as a go-to choice in its segment for over five decades. Its ongoing popularity attests to the balanced design and quality engineering that continue to define this iconic model.

Toyota Corolla Overview

The Corolla is available in a variety of body styles, including a sedan, a hatchback, and a wagon. It is powered by a variety of engines, including a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. It is mated to a variety of transmissions, including a five-speed manual transmission and a six-speed automatic transmission. The Corolla has been praised for its fuel efficiency, reliability, and affordability. It has also been awarded a number of safety awards, including a five-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The Corolla is a popular choice for first-time car buyers, young professionals, and families. It is a reliable and affordable car that is perfect for everyday driving.

Toyota Corolla Sales Data & Trends

The Toyota Corolla is a compact car produced by the Japanese automaker Toyota. It is the best-selling car nameplate in the world, with over 50 million units sold since its introduction in 1966.

Toyota Corolla U.S Sales Data & Charts

U.S Monthly Sales

U.S Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2005 341,290
2006 387,388
2007 368,390
2008 351,007
2009 296,874
2010 266,082
2011 240,259
2012 313,092
2013 302,180
2014 339,498
2015 363,332
2016 356,129
2017 329,196
2018 303,732
2019 304,850
2020 237,179
2021 223,215
2022 222,216
2023 232,369
2024 37,743

U.S Annual Growth

Toyota Corolla Canada Sales Data & Charts

Canada Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2012 53,888
2013 55,138
2014 56,010
2015 47,493
2016 45,626
2017 50,332
2018 48,796
2019 47,596
2020 37,156
2021 40,020
2022 14,998

Canada Annual Growth

Toyota Corolla Generations

The Toyota Corolla has evolved over the years to become a more fuel-efficient, reliable, and technologically advanced car. It is still one of the most popular cars on the market, and it is sure to continue to be a popular choice for many years to come.

1st Generation (1966–1970)

The Corolla was introduced as a compact, economical car, and it quickly gained popularity, especially in Japan. This generation featured a 1.1-liter engine and a 4-speed manual transmission.

2nd Generation (1970–1974)

With a slight increase in size, the Corolla offered more interior space. Engine options expanded, and it continued to be a practical choice for everyday commuting.

3rd Generation (1974–1979)

This generation marked a more significant redesign, with updated styling and new engine options. The Corolla became available as a coupe, sedan, and wagon.

4th Generation (1979–1983)

Improvements in fuel efficiency and the introduction of new body styles helped the Corolla maintain its popularity during this period.

5th Generation (1983–1987)

The 5th generation saw a shift towards front-wheel drive for most models and further improvements in efficiency and performance.

6th Generation (1987–1991)

This generation introduced more advanced features and a wider array of body styles, including a 4WD wagon variant.

7th Generation (1991–1995)

The 7th generation focused on enhancing comfort and handling, with design refinements that gave it a more modern appearance.

8th Generation (1995–2000)

This generation marked a global approach, with different versions tailored to various international markets.

9th Generation (2000–2006)

With an emphasis on safety and refinement, the 9th generation offered features like side airbags and ABS, making it more competitive in its class.

10th Generation (2006–2013)

A more significant redesign occurred, with improvements in interior quality, styling, and performance. The tenth generation Corolla was a front-wheel drive car with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine. It was available in a four-door sedan and a five-door hatchback.

11th Generation (2013–2018)

The eleventh generation Corolla is a front-wheel drive car with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine. It is available in a four-door sedan and a five-door hatchback. This generation offered a broader range of engines, transmissions, and features, keeping the Corolla competitive with newer rivals.

12th Generation (2019–Present)

Launched with a bold new design and the introduction of a hybrid variant, this generation brought significant improvements in technology and safety features.