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Used Toyota Corolla

It’s been more than 40 years since a used Toyota Corolla rolled off the lot for the first time. It’s perhaps one of the most recognizable vehicles on the road today, and has undoubtedly been the first car for thousands upon thousands of teenagers all over the world. Why? Simply because it’s a stellar mass-produced economy sedan. With a combination of high-quality design, low pricing, and being a frontrunner of Toyota’s history and motorization, the Corolla has had a successful life. Since 1966, Toyota has made sure to always implement new concepts and technologies into their Corolla models in order to give them an edge over the competition. Sometimes those concepts and technologies weren’t well-received, but were successful for the most part. Now in 2016, you can find a used Toyota Corolla for sale everywhere. From private sellers on Craigslist, to dealerships all over America.

It was with the introduction of the 10th generation (2009-2013) that Toyota really took the Corolla to the next level. Before 2009, Toyota produced the Corolla for the Japanese market, then implemented technology that corresponded to the needs of each region. But, the focus for the 10th generation was to develop the Corolla from a global view point — not just with Japan as the focus. Therefore, this was the first generation that was truly the most global-friendly designed vehicle, meeting the needs of every region where it was released. For America, this was big news. Since one of the biggest focal points for automakers in the North American market is user friendliness, the Corolla was designed like that from the get-go.

So, if it’s a user-friendly used Corolla you’re looking for, then start with any model from 2006 and set a limit on 2013. Why 2013? Because after that, you begin to pay closer to the current price, rather than a more affordable used one.


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Buy a Toyota Corolla Used at McCluskey Automotive

The McCluskey Automotive team always looks forward to working with new and returning customers. Whether it’s to buy a 10th generation Toyota Corolla, browse our lot for a different used car, or bring your vehicle in for regular maintenance. Whatever you come in for, we guarantee that we’ll diligently address your needs and requests with a smile.

When our doors first opened, we didn’t want to be just another run-of-the-mill used car dealership. Instead, we wanted to make a change in the industry and be a better kind of used car dealer. That’s why we care so much about helping you — in order to change the stigma that’s hovered around used car dealerships for years.

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2009 Toyota Corolla

2009 Toyota Corolla

In 2009, close to 300,000 people bought a Corolla from either this year or from the previous generation. Everyone from teenagers to sixty-year-olds were getting their hands on this model for one reason and one reason only: reliability. At this point in time, the Corolla had built a reputation of being virtually bulletproof in every way possible.

What does this mean for you? It means that there are still a lot of 2009 Corollas floating around on the market — especially from the 2009 model year. Compare that stellar reputation for reliability and the new global user-friendly approach that Toyota took with their Corolla for this 10th generation, and you have a winning combination for a used car.

Apart from being larger on the inside and out, it also got a new 2.4-liter engine and navigation system for 2009. Don’t worry, fuel-efficiency is second to reliability for the Corolla’s popularity, so Toyota kept the 1.8-liter engine. But it was heavily revised for 2009, which gave it variable valve timing for both intake and exhaust valves. Even with the 200-pound weight increase, the power gains of the 2009 Corolla are very apparent on the road.

The 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine is rated at 132 horsepower and 128 lb.-ft. of torque, paired to a five-speed manual transmission with FWD standard, or an optional four-speed automatic. With either transmission, you’re able to get up to 27 mpg city and 35 mpg highway. The all-new 2.4-liter engine is good for 158 horsepower and 162 lb.-ft. of torque. The same transmission setup applies, and even though fuel economy drops significantly to 22 mpg city and 20 mpg highway, those numbers aren’t abysmal by any means.

Thanks to Toyota’s ergonomic approach for the Corolla in the 10th generation, cabin space is now a huge strong point. The control layout and seating are as ergonomic as possible, and storage is much more ample up front. Materials quality is high — like it always is — and the fit and finish is on-par with Toyota’s legendary commitment to high standards.


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  • 2010 Toyota Corolla

    2010 Toyota Corolla

    Like every other vehicle that experiences a redesign to kick off the next generation, the Corolla model remains relatively unchanged for 2010. The only thing new is that stability control becomes standard. Otherwise, it’s virtually unchanged, with a few minor tweaks here and there. But, it’s still a better used pick than most other 2010 models out there.

    The engines are still competitive with the ones found in primary rivals for this year. For once, the base 1.8-liter engine is still able to fully satisfy consumers in terms of power and fuel economy. It’s also loaded down with plenty of entertainment features for the money.

    One minor tweak that was made is found on the inside of the cabin, where there is a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel. This offers additional adjustment for long-legged drivers to get into a more comfortable seating position, which is something that was lacking on previous models. Therefore, if you are on the taller side, a used Corolla from 2010-2013 might be best.

    This is also the last year you’ll see the 2.4-liter engine. So if you want a Corolla with slightly more kick, grab it from either 2009 or 2010.


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  • 2011 Toyota Corolla

    2011 Toyota Corolla

    For 2011, Toyota decided that an exterior refresh was in order. Trim levels have also been reduced from five to three, making buying options simpler. The XRS trim (with the 2.4-liter engine) has been removed, along with the XLE, which was the more luxury oriented trim level. For 2011, only the Base, LE, and S trim levels remain.

    While other economy sedans began to outpace the Corolla in terms of performance and fuel economy in 2011, this makes it an optimal vehicle to buy used. Why? Because the laws of depreciation dictate that if no one is buying a 2011 Corolla, the price will be lowered in an attempt to move these vehicles off the lot. Therefore, you could very easily find yourself buying a 2011 Toyota Corolla at a great used price.

    If you aren’t worried about saving every penny, then grab another model year.


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  • 2012 Toyota Corolla

    2012 Toyota Corolla

    Standard power accessories for the base model and a new sound system for the higher trim levels are the two main additions for 2012. Audiophiles looking for an affordable used sedan will want to consider a 2012 Corolla. Alternatively, those who also like used Corollas but wish they had power accessories will want to buy from 2012.

    While the Corolla started to peter out on the new car market in 2011, the 2012 Corolla grabbed a seat in the same boat. While it got some revisions, courtesy of updated power accessories and a better sound system, other companies still began to outpace it.

    But, the 2012 model year is a goldmine (just like the 2011) for the same reason. The materials used in the cabin might not be as high-quality as the ones found on competing rivals from the same year, but that doesn’t mean they’re terrible. On the contrary, the seats in the Corolla feel like sitting in a recliner. Regardless of seating arrangements, there is still plenty of space for passengers.

    The 1.8-liter engine remains the sole engine choice, and it might not be getting as much as 40 mpg highway like competitors, but 27 mpg city and 34 mpg highway is still pretty good. Not to mention, you can find it for cheaper than the competition because many consumers don’t deem it as good as the other used sedans at this point in time.

    Again, for a super affordable option, 2011 and 2012 are both great choices.


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  • 2013 Toyota Corolla

    2013 Toyota Corolla

    Toyota decided to make the last year of the 10th generation Corolla go out with a bang. Specifically, the brand added two new Special Edition versions of the LE and S trims. These boast unique color schemes and have added luxury features. No doubt making up for the loss of the XLE luxury-oriented trim back in 2011.

    For example, the LE Special Edition added on 16-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, leather upholstery, a power driver seat, a navigation system with Entune, and a unique Black Currant Metallic exterior color. The Special Edition S trim gets most of the same features, but with a Hot Lava paint color and 17-inch alloy wheels instead. Both models also get Special Edition badging and floor mats.

    They’re still both powered by the same 1.8-liter engine, and achieve the same fuel economy and power ratings. If either of these special editions sound cool to you, then 2013 is the model year to target.


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