The first Toyota Corolla rolled off the production line in 1966, and in the past 50 years, this dependable compact has only gotten better. By 1974, the Corolla was already making headlines as the best-selling car in the world! Eleven generations later, the Corolla continues to be one of the best-selling cars in the world. Today, the Toyota Corolla ranks in Car and Driver's list of top 10 Compact cars.
If you're looking to purchase a new set of tires for your Toyota Corolla, you will need to start by finding your tire size. You can use our Tire Size Calculator to find your Toyoto Corolla's OEM tire size. You should always verify this information yourself: the manufacturer's recommended tire size can be found in the driver's manual or on a placard located in the driver's side door jamb. The size of your current tires can be found on the sidewall of the tire. It may look something like this: P 195/65R15. The tire size designation is a wealth of information, and you can read all about how to decipher it in our 1010TIRES.COM Tire & Wheel Tech section.
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