PA Toyota Corolla Dealer

Colonial Toyota is the best PA Toyota Corolla dealer in the Indiana, PA, area. New or used, we have a wide array of Corolla models for you to choose from, so it's easy to find the perfect sedan for your budget and life. Toyota puts its heart and soul into creating reliable vehicles that people love, and one of its most popular models is the dependable Corolla. Here at Colonial Toyota, we put our heart and soul into providing our customers with the best vehicles and the best service around.

Colonial Toyota is easy to get to from the city or countryside, and we have friendly and experienced salespeople who can help you pick out the perfect Corolla for you, new or used. Our staff will also help you through whatever financing you may need to make sure your experience goes as smoothly and productively as possible. Then, when you have your Corolla, you can keep up to date on all of your maintenance and repair needs at our service center. We are here for you for the entire time you have your car.

A grey 2021 Toyota Corolla XSE Apex Edition is shown from the front of a building.

What Makes Us the Best Place to Find Your Corolla?

Colonial Toyota is the best place to find the perfect Corolla for you, whether you are searching for a new or used example of one of the very best automotive jacks of all trades. There are several main reasons why Colonial Toyota is the best dealer to get a Corolla from, and as it happens, they all apply to every vehicle we sell.

The first reason is our easy-to-reach location.

We are located in the city of Indiana, barely an hour east of the Pittsburgh suburbs, at 2600 West Pike Road. Not only is our location quick to get to from the suburbs, but we are also proud to service the surrounding countryside. With Colonial Toyota, a great vehicle is never far away, almost no matter where in Pennsylvania you are.

The second reason why Colonial is the best place to purchase your next car is our impeccable service team. We have a large and experienced team of personnel who will make your experience remarkable. Whether you need help looking for a new car, finding financing on a used model, keeping your current car maintained, or a myriad of other services, we have your back.

Through our parts and service departments, one can get parts for any late model or new Toyota, schedule service appointments, and have the full breadth of standard service completed on your Toyota to keep it running smoothly for decades to come. In addition to offering quick services like oil changes, brake service, tires, fluids, batteries, wipers, and more, Colonial Toyota also features a collision repair center.

The standard Toyota warranty is already impressive, but Colonial Toyota offers a full Lifetime Warranty on new and used vehicles. This warranty includes the engine block, head, and internals, as well as much of the rest of the drivetrain, not to mention the gaskets and seals.

Finally, Colonial Toyota features a large inventory of many different vehicles, so you can always be sure to find what you are looking for. In terms of used Corollas, most looking for solid transportation would be best served by the cars from 2006 and up. These vehicles are both incredibly inexpensive to buy and quite affordable to maintain as well. They are also new enough that they don’t suffer from age-related problems.

A black 2021 Toyota Corolla SE Nightshade Edition is shown from the rear driving through a city.

Corolla Legacy and History

Corolla is a more than half-century-old nameplate now in the Toyota family, a stalwart example that a great car doesn’t have to be overly big or overly expensive. Named for a piece of royal regalia, the Corolla started out in 1966. Equipped with a tiny 1.1-liter engine and rear-wheel drive, the original Corolla was the right car at the right time, as the Japanese auto industry began to really mature. The Corolla’s next-generation, introduced in 1970, would become a classic, and the legend of the little car would only expand from there.

The fifth generation Corolla, built in the late ’80s, would see the greatest legend created in the car’s history. This would be the final rear-wheel drive incarnation of the vehicle, the AE86. Colloquially referred to as “Hachiroku” or “86” in Japanese, this little hatchback would quickly become a motorsport phenomenon, capable of beating far more powerful and expensive cars even from the factory.

Its friendly but challenging demeanor was the key to the development of many drivers who would later become professional racers and drifters, while its underdog status made it the perfect star of mangas, video games, movies, and anime. Today, the AE86’s legacy is not only felt in pop culture but in the sporty versions of the current Celica and the basic DNA of Toyota’s current entry-level sports car, the 86.

After the AE86, the Corolla moved to front-wheel drive, which allowed for more interior room and cargo space while also lowering costs and easing production. The Corolla maintained its small car, big value persona, all the while gaining safety, comfort, and power through the decades. Corollas of the ’90s and 2000s are known for their toughness and incredible reliability, soldiering on for hundreds of thousands of miles.

A silver 2021 Toyota Corolla XSE Apex Edition is shown from a high angle driving through an intersection after leaving a PA Toyota Corolla dealer.

2021 Corolla Highlights

Used Corollas offer a good car at a great price, but one will always be surprised with just how many features are crammed into a brand new Corolla. The 2021 Toyota Corolla has a funky design that makes other compact cars look like professional wallflowers, and the Corolla has this design in both sedan and hatchback forms.

The look continues inside, where the interior is cleanly finished, with both a high-tech and minimalist design. A large infotainment screen is available with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, not to mention full Alexa integration. Comfortably and stylishly seating five, the Corolla also maintains a large amount of cargo space, especially in the hatchback variant. Under the hood, the 2021 Corolla stays true to its roots with an available six-speed manual transmission and 2.0-liter engine, both rarities these days as manufacturers remove enthusiast-gladdening manual transmissions and larger displacement engines from compact cars.

Despite the myriad of high-tech safety features and luxuries expected in modern cars, the Corolla manages to still tip the scales at under 3000 pounds in its lightest configuration, improving all aspects of performance and efficiency. The legacy of the Corolla’s enthusiast-centric days is far from dead.

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