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“Hachi-Roku”) did internationally. Four years later, the sixth-generation


AE92 followed. Dubbed the “Kentucky rounder” due to its curved lines, this model was so well-liked that it was produced here for nearly 18 years – its extended life-cycle ending in 2006 as the affable “starter pack”, the never- say-die Tazz. Like its predecessor in 1986, the


flagship GLi version won the 1989 South African Car of the Year award. Having missed out a generation, the ninth version was released in Y2K, as then South African President Thabo Mbeki unveiled the Women’s Monument commemorating their role in the anti-apartheid struggle. Speaking of women, this model – like its predecessors – proved very popular


Prospecton under the Quest nameplate, the current model has recently been tastefully revamped. It now sports a revised grille,


headlamp clusters, tail lamps, bumpers and an updated instrument panel, as well as upgraded noise insulation, a fine-tuned CVT and bigger shocks for improved ride quality. Having stayed true to its original


among the ladies, thanks to its light, driver-friendly controls and established traits of reliability and durability. By 2005, more than 30 million


Corollas, produced in 16 countries and sold in 150 countries worldwide, had found homes. The following year, generation


10 was launched in Japan, while back home, facing increasingly stiff competition, the C-segment sedan still set new records. In 2006 – 40 years after introduction – 65 313 “Corolla family” cars were manufactured in Durban and on 20 November 2013, the millionth locally built unit rolled off the assembly line. Generation 11 followed in 2014 and while its successor is still being built at


recipe as an affordable, reliable, family car representing impressive value for money, Toyota now sells approximately 1,5 million of the iconic Corolla globally a year. Fifty years after its launch, the


little “crown of flowers” (the meaning of its Latin name) has certainly lived up to its promise.


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