June 2, 2023

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There are 50 million Toyota Corollas around the world

There are 50 million Toyota Corollas around the world

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Al-Futtaim Toyota has announced that sales of the Toyota Corolla, the best-selling model for 55 years, have surpassed 50 million vehicles in global markets. The new record confirms the high demand for this world-renowned model with its low operating costs and reliable engine, which is based on high quality engineering standards.
Andy Farard, Managing Director of Al-Futtaim Toyota and Al-Futtaim Lexus, said: “We are proud of the new record of Toyota Corolla sales, which demonstrates the great impact of this model on people’s lives, and reflects customer satisfaction and loyalty not only to him and to the Toyota brand, but also to the Toyota brand. Worldwide.According to the highest comfort and performance that Toyota has ever known, this achievement came as a result of the known quality and reliability standards.In this occasion, I would like to thank all the customers of the brand who would not have reached where we are today, if they had not had so much faith in us . “
Since its inception in 1966, the Corolla series continues to incorporate advanced features and features to suit the aspirations of its customers, and is keen to maintain its unique position to meet the modern and updated needs of car enthusiasts. While maintaining the essence of the first generation Corolla, it is noted for its reliability and ease of use.
As part of Toyota’s continued commitment to delivering eco – friendly vehicles, a hybrid electric model has been added to power the combustion engine and two electric motors combined. This model has the lowest fuel consumption value of 27.6 km / liter in its class, which allows customers to contribute to creating a greener future while at the same time enjoying comfortable driving experiences, advanced technologies, exceptional quietness and smooth acceleration, especially when starting from scratch on all new Toyota Corollas.

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