Toyota Corona was first appeared on the Corona in July 1957, a little bit later after Toyota Crown was assembled. In 1996, during the preparation of the release of the 11-th generation of Toyota Corona, it was decided to give the model new name. Since that time, the model was renamed into Corona Premio. At that time, Toyota Corona was considered as one of the "core" sedans produced under the brand Toyota.
Toyota Corona became the parent for European model - Toyota Carina E. Before releasing one of Toyota models to the European market, Japanese released for themselves first, thus entering into European market after three years experiance becomes more secure from failure. If you want Carina E but you don't have enough financial resources, purchasing Toyota Corona can be your optimal choice, especially Japanese market edition which quality is always much higher than any other markets.
The second generation - Toyota Corona Exiv has undergone strong changes compared to the first, as well as Carina ED and Celica. The first generation of was leading in the market during the demand for Toyota Carina ED. The model evolved within the framework of its basic sedan concept. In comparison with Carina ED, Toyota Corona has more serious appearance and different body sizes. The first generation of the model is attracted with 4DONC engine volume of 1.8 and 2 liters.
Featured Reviews 2016-2017
2016 Mitsubishi L200 - release date, changes, video, photos
2016 Mitsubishi L200 of fifth generation also known as Triton made its debut at the International Motor Show Geneva 2015. This is the first major restyling of the pickup for 9 years of production, which has been developed in accordance with the term "Ultimate Sport Utility Truck", which means an increased level of strength, internal comfort, maneuverability. 2016 Mitsubishi L200: Changes Unlike popular predecessor, 2016 Mitsubishi ... read more
2015 Opel Corsa OPC - exterior, specs, wheels, photos
Germans prepared the updated sports hatchback of 2015 Opel Corsa OPC the spring Motor Show (Geneva 2015). The new Opel Corsa combined sports athleticism and every chance on daily use, having installed a new engine and a revised exterior design. The spacious interior and the famous comfort based on the brand rules have not been affected. 2015 Opel Corsa OPC: Exterior The ... read more
2016 Volkswagen Tiguan - 2nd generation, redesign, changes
2016 Volkswagen Tiguan is a compact crossover 2nd generation of the model, which premiered at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2015. The car came to replace the first generation Tiguan produced since 2007. Outside, the new 2016 Volkswagen Tiguan is significantly redesigned with a more sharp-edges, all-new front fascia, other lights and an increase of the side windows in the rear ... read more
2017 Toyota C-HR - new design, interior, exterior
2017 Toyota C-HR is a compact SUV from the Japanese automaker, which is in the company's lineup took a place on the step below the midsize crossover RAV4. The world premiere of the production version of the 2017 Toyota C-HR was held at the Geneva Motor Show 2016. Specialists of both the Japanese, and European divisions of the company worked ... read more
2017 Skoda VisionS - interior, exterior, specs
On the 86th international motor show in Geneva, the Skoda company has presented a new concept car 2017 Skoda VisionS. In the sense that the Czech automaker intends to create on its basis two cars at once. The first is a successor of a concept — Skoda Yeti, the small crossover. The second is Skoda Kodiak, also a crossover, but ... read more