Why I’m a fan of the 2018 Toyota Corolla (and a potential replacement for it)

I’m not usually one for sharing my thoughts on a car.

I’ve always felt a bit skeptical of vehicles, and I’ve even expressed doubts about some automakers, but the Toyota Corollas are among the best-selling vehicles in America and I can’t wait to see what new models come out next year.

Toyota says its 2018 Corolla will sell 1.2 million units, and while I’m still skeptical about that number, I think we’re seeing the end of the line of the luxury-car segment for Toyota, and this is good news for Toyota.

Its still an incredibly profitable segment, with over 50 percent of the industry’s revenues coming from luxury vehicles.

Toyota is also the only major automaker with a production facility in the United States and has made strides in developing new electric and hybrid vehicles.

I have a personal love for the Corolla, but this could be the year Toyota finally builds a truly world-class luxury sedan.

In 2018, the Corolla will debut with a price tag of around $35,000 and will feature a base price of $37,200, a few trim levels above the 2017 model.

That means the Coro will go for around $90,000 or $100,000 more than the 2017 version.

The Corolla is going to be the most expensive Corolla yet, and that’s going to drive people crazy.

But Toyota’s first entry into the luxury segment will be a true winner.

The new 2018 Corollans will be powered by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine, a new turbocharged turbocharged V-6, and a new all-wheel-drive system.

The base Corolla with a $45,900 starting price will be the first car in the segment to get all of those things.

The cheapest Corolla to date, the 2017 Corolla XLE, starts at $35.9, while the 2018 Coro can be had for $34,100.

The 2018 Corona is expected to start selling in the fourth quarter of 2019.

Toyota will likely keep prices low for the next two years, though.

Its goal with the Corolls is to give the market something different, and it’s a pretty bold plan.

The company is also reportedly looking to make more vehicles in the Corola segment, which is an entirely new vehicle category for the company.

Toyota’s focus on luxury will undoubtedly be a big draw for consumers, and if it continues to expand its offerings, it could have an incredibly successful 2017.

Toyota has also been ramping up its performance programs, and the company has said that it expects its sales of the 2017 and 2018 Corolls to grow by an average of more than 10 percent annually.