Dating back to 1966 in international markets, the Toyota Corolla landed on U.S. shores in 1968. Enjoying a reputation for quality and dependability, the Corolla has become the best-selling nameplate worldwide, delivering nearly 1.5 million units per year in more than 150 countries. Now in its 11th generation, the Corolla is primarily known as a four-door sedan, but has also been offered in coupe, hatchback and wagon form. Its platform launched the Toyota Matrix and Pontiac Vibe. Attractive economy-car pricing has always been part of the Corolla’s value proposition, though at times it has been criticized for being too conservative and for making some common features optional to keep the base price low.