The Toyota Corolla was first released to the general public in 1966; since then, it has become one of the most iconic cars in modern history and became the best-selling car in the world in 1974, and the best-selling nameplate in the world in in 1997. Currently in its eleventh generation, it is one of the longest-running vehicle lineups not only for Toyota, but also for any other manufacturer, and models are currently produced in thirteen different countries including the United States, Vietnam, South Africa and Venezuela. The new Corolla currently comes in four different models, each offering multiple engine and transmission configurations; the base price for the highest-priced Corolla is just $21,300. You can learn more about the Corolla here.
Shipping a Toyota Corolla is about as easy as…well, shipping any other type of subcompact car. The Corolla is one of the smallest vehicles that Toyota makes, aside from maybe the Yaris, so it’s not surprising that it’s priced at the low end of Toyota’s lineup. Its size means you that, come auto transport time, you won’t have to worry about paying extra for its size; as a subcompact car, the Corolla is the type of car that auto shippers want to ship, as it costs the least to do so. Its size and weight are some of the lowest of any standard vehicle on the road today, which makes it a breeze for auto shippers to move. It’s not heavier than a sport utility vehicle or longer than a pickup truck; in fact, it sets the standard for auto transport prices, which means that your Corolla pretty much is the base price for auto transport.
So your shipment will be about as cheap as it can be; this is great news for you because the pickup and delivery cities are going to really determine your price. The further away the two are, the more it’ll cost, and if your pickup and delivery locations are geographically isolated that’ll likely drive the price up too. But your auto shipper will let you know of all that when you first book your order and get your prices, and you can mitigate these costs a bit by moving your pickup or delivery locations to major metro areas, or on the outskirts of them anyway, as auto transporters prefer running routes to and from densely populated areas because that’s where their customers tend to be and that’s where they’re able to make the most money. For more information about shipping a Corolla, click here; you can also fill out our free online quote request form to get multiple free quotes e-mailed to you and you can call our toll-free telephone number to speak to one of our live auto transport representatives today.