A used car dealership in the city of San Jose, California, recently told VICE News that it has been seeing a surge in sales of Toyota Corollas for the purpose of resale.
“We’ve been seeing quite a bit of interest,” said Paul F. Smith, the vice president of operations at CorollaAuto, which is located in the historic San Jose neighborhood of Mission Hill.
“A lot of people have gotten into the sporty, sporty sports car, or they just want something a little more affordable.”
The dealership says that they’ve seen some of the most impressive sales come from people who are willing to pay for a car that was once a major luxury brand.
The company is planning to start selling Corollans to people who have had their cars towed from a salvage yard or whose owners have lost their jobs due to the California drought.
The dealership has received inquiries from buyers from across the state who are looking for a way to save money, or to get a vehicle that has a track record of service and repair.
The car dealership, which has a location in San Jose’s Mission Hill neighborhood, sells Corollars from a variety of different manufacturers.
It has sold over 100,000 CorollAS in its five-year history, and it has a very active online presence where buyers can share their pictures, build their own Corolla, and pay a small fee to get their car serviced.
The sales process has also been relatively easy for customers.
The owner who wants a Corolla can send the car off for the owner to pick up.
“It’s kind of a labor-intensive process,” Smith said.
“You’re talking about a 15-minute delivery time.
But people have been very understanding and really helpful.”
Corolla Auto has also begun selling a new Corolla model that has been in production since late 2013.
According to Smith, it is a sporty model that offers better fuel economy, is more fuel efficient, and has more safety features than the previous model.
“There are still some things that we’re working on with it,” Smith told VICE.
“That’s what we’re going to continue to work on.”
CorollaAuto’s online presence has also gotten a boost from a partnership with Nissan and the introduction of the Corolla’s “Power Up” feature, which lets the vehicle perform the functions of a traditional car in a more environmentally friendly way.
The feature was launched at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show in the United Kingdom.
The Corolla is available in four trim levels: the sport, sedan, hatchback, and supercar.
Corolla auto has been able to sell the car as a standard car since late 2015, and currently the company is hoping to launch the car in late 2017.