How Long Do Toyota Corollas Last?

2021 Toyota Corolla models in white and blue

 

It’s a question that Santa Cruz Toyota gets a lot, “How long do Toyota Corolla’s last?” The Toyota Corolla is renowned around Capitola for being one of the most reliable sedans ever created. If you want to enjoy years of dependable and comfortable driving, you owe it to yourself to check out the 2021 Toyota Corolla. Following the recommended maintenance schedule for your Toyota Corolla could give your car a life expectancy up to 10 years or 300,000 miles – maybe more! Read on to discover how to get the longest life possible from your Toyota Corolla.

Maintenance Matters 

A simple oil change or tire rotation done regularly may not seem like a big deal, but it will have a significant impact on the performance and longevity of your Toyota Corolla. Routine maintenance is the best way to ensure that it will last for years to come on Santa Cruz roads. Ignoring essential routine maintenance can lead to expensive problems in the future. So, if you want to get the most out of your Corolla, make a service appointment at Santa Cruz Toyota today! 

Toyota Corolla Recommended Maintenance Schedule

How many miles can a Toyota Corolla last? It depends on whether you follow the recommended service schedule. Many factors can impact how often your new Corolla will need service, like Watsonville street conditions and weather. Your driving habits also affect the longevity of your vehicle. Below is the recommended service intervals for the Toyota Corolla:

  • Every 5,000 Miles: Brake inspection, oil and filter change, tire inspection, and tire rotation.
  • Every 15,000 Miles: Check the cooling system, fill coolant, check ball joints, inspect the braking system, examine steering components, and inspect the exhaust system.
  • Every 30,000 Miles: Replace the cabin and engine air filters, inspect the front differential oil, and check the fuel system.
  • Every 60,000 Miles: Inspect all drive belts to ensure they’re good in condition and change the transmission fluid.
  • Every 100,000 Miles: Replace the coolant and all spark plugs.

How Many Miles Can a Toyota Corolla Last?

Toyota vehicles have a well-earned reputation for reliability and some Santa Clara drivers keep them running for over a decade and up to 250,000 miles or more! No wonder the iconic Toyota Corolla has such a high resale value and so many favorable reviews from consumers and auto industry experts.

Santa Cruz Toyota is Always at Your Service

To keep your Toyota Corolla sedan running at peak performance, make a service appointment at Santa Cruz Toyota! Our Toyota Certified technicians team knows your vehicle best. Review our service specials and coupons to see if you can save some money on your next visit! Contact us today. We’re here for you!

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