2013 Toyota Corolla continues tradition of reliability
Toyota of Naperville ready to help customers find their next car
NAPERVILLE, IL--July 11, 2013: The old cliché about not fixing what isn't broken is all but totally discredited when it comes to the 2013 Toyota Corolla near Naperville, IL that is available at Toyota of Naperville. In the 50 or so years that the Toyota Corolla has been rolling off of the assembly line there have been nearly 40 million units sold worldwide. Toyota engineers have continued to innovate and improve the car the entire time. The version that is available today represents the lessons learned over a half-century of development by bringing customers one of the most fuel-efficient, reliable and comfortable vehicles that have ever been driven on American roads.
Toyota has one of the strongest reputations in the automotive industry for building some of the most reliable vehicles on the road. Arguably, the most reliable vehicle in the Toyota lineup is the 2013 Toyota Corolla and the Corolla line in generally. Lending credit to that bold statement is the fact that approximately 80 percent of Toyota Corollas have been sold in the last 20 years are still on the road serving their owners. The Corolla is also one of the most award winning vehicles in the Toyota lineup or in the compact car automotive industry segment. The 2013 Corolla near Naperville, IL has taken home hardware from such organizations like the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety, IntelliChoice and Kelley Blue Book.
Vehicle safety is a top priority for any auto manufacturer, but it is especially important to Toyota and that is reflected in the 2013 Toyota Corolla. Crash protection starts by the 2013 Corolla helping the driver avoid a collision in the first place with a whole suite of electronic safety systems like automated traction control and anti-lock brakes. Of course, air bags are standard safety equipment on the Toyota Corolla. In the unfortunate event of a crash, there are a series of air bags that deploy that will almost cover every inch of the vehicle's interior to minimize the impact and protect occupants from flying debris.