10-Year-Old Pakistani Toyota Corolla’s Photographic Journey

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10-Year-Old Pakistani Toyota Corolla's Photographic Journey

According to AutoXfinity, the Toyota Corolla 11th generation has been around for ten years in Pakistan.

In July 2014, Pakistan’s Toyota Indus Motor Company (IMC) unveiled the Corolla of the 11th generation. Since then, it has undergone two facelifts, the first in 2016 and the second in 2020 (the Corolla X).

In July 2023, the automobile entered its tenth year of production, making it Pakistan’s longest-running Corolla model. The longest-running Corolla model prior to this was the locally built 7th-generation (AE100), which lasted from 1993 until 2002.

The 9th generation Toyota Corolla was subsequently introduced in Pakistan. The vehicle also made Pakistan familiar with the renown 2NZ-FE 1.3-liter four-cylinder petrol engine. The engine was still in use in XLI and GLI models from 2003 to 2019 because of its outstanding dependability and excellent fuel economy.

The 12th generation Toyota Corolla, which received a makeover in 2022, was introduced to the world in November 2018. There have been rumours that Pakistan will receive the most recent Corolla model in 2021 for a time. The massive increase in inflation in 2022 quickly put an end to those rumours, though.

Toyota may introduce the 13th-generation Corolla in 2025 all around the world. However, it doesn’t appear like Toyota IMC has any plans to introduce the new Corolla in Pakistan.

In the first quarter of 2023, the business planned to introduce the domestically built Toyota Corolla Cross in Pakistan. However, the import limitations and the ensuing production problems have slowed that process substantially. Toyota’s only priority right now, like that of many other automakers, is to survive these difficult times.

The Toyota Corolla is still one of the most popular vehicles in Pakistan despite being ten years old. It is well known for its incredible resale value, respectable performance, and unbeatable dependability.

It is realistic to anticipate that the 11th-generation Corolla won’t disappear any time soon given its great demand and popularity in Pakistan.

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