The Best Selling Car in the World


We recently traded our 2013 Kia Soul, it wasn’t a bad car just not one that stands out as really good. We felt cheated on the fuel consumption, it was advertised at 48 mpg, but shortly after we bought it that claim was found false. We, in fact only got about 35 mpg. At around 40 thou klms we had to replace the summer tires, bear in mind we had a set of winter tires and rims. In 2016 the all brake pads and rear disc rotors needed replacing in order to pass the MVI. The car had been regularly serviced by the dealer from new,  this was expensive yet never proved to be a good way to preserve the car. September 2016 we decided it was time to get rid of the Soul and return to Toyota brand. Over the years we’d owned several Toyota models, a Camry, Echo, Yaris of various years. We’d always had good and reliable service so we went to the local dealer..   We purchased a 2016 Toyota Corolla S, its probably the best car we have ever owned. Very well appointed, comfortable, fuel efficient, reliable, and a very nice car to drive. I recently watch an episode of Car & Driver on TV and was pleased to learn the Corolla is the all time best selling car in the world. Toyota have sold over 43 million world wide since 1979, quite a record to be proud off. Nice to know we made a sensible and sound purchase this time. A nice way to begin a new week!

God Bless and keep reading

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About irishroverpei

Author of "Lily & Me", "The Royal Navy & Me" and Chapter XXl Armageddon. Writer, blogger and RN Submariner, antique automobile enthusiast.
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