Toyota Corolla


Corolla, which means "small crown" in Latin, has been a crowning achievement for Toyota. Had their never been the Corolla, first introduced six decades ago, Toyota wouldn't be the Toyota of today.

An exceptionally popular sub-compact car the world over, almost every model of Corolla has been a success, cumulatively selling over 40 million vehicles to date and generating a substantial and reliable cash flow since its introduction for Toyota.

Toyota manufactures the Corolla around the world, including in Derbyshire in the United Kingdom, Cambridge in Ontario, Canada, Victoria in Australia, Durban in South Africa, Bangalore in India, Tianjin in China, and Sao Paulo in Brazil, but all of the major decisions are made by the top executives in Japan, who should be kept informed that the world's consumers expect continued improvements in Corolla's fuel efficiency and safety.

That includes a better mechanism for maintaining the recommended pressure in the Corolla's tires. Here are the names, telephone numbers and address of Toyota's decision makers in Japan. Please contact and urge them to adopt the latest tire pressure maintenance system for the Corolla, as well as the Avensis, RAV4, Prius, Yaris, Hiace and Camry.


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