Toyota Corona 1964
The Toyota Corona was a midsize car manufactured by Toyota. It was first launched in 1957 as a compact car. The Corona ended production in 2000 as a midsize four-door sedan sold in the Japanese market. The Corona was eventually dropped in Australia in favor of the larger Toyota Camry, but in New Zealand, Toyota continued to offer versions of the Corona, assembled locally at Toyota's plant in Thames, New Zealand. Later, Toyota New Zealand followed Australia's lead and dropped the Corona, instead marketing the Australian-built Toyota Camry as its offering in the midsize segment of the market. A Corona coupe was spun off in the mid-1980s and had unique sheetmetal. This was later succeeded by a four-door hardtop called the Toyota Corona EXIV.The last export Corona was called the Toyota Carina E in Europe. The five-door model was called the Toyota Corona SF in Japan, while the station wagon had become a separate line there, from 1993, called the Toyota Caldina. Where it was still sold, it was replaced by the Toyota Avensis and the Toyota Camry.
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