National Geographic : 1972 Jan
Each one offers styling, economy and something the other three can't. Let's start with the Corolla fastback. The yellow one in back. It's got a beautiful point of difference. It costs the least. In front of it is a bronze Corona hardtop. Flip down the back seat, open a partition to the trunk, and suddenly you have 6 feet of continuous carrying room. So, unlike the others, the Corona can sub as a mini station wagon. Moving to the left you find a silver Mark II hardtop. Our luxury economy model. It comes loaded with all sorts of impressive features. Like power brakes with front discs, electric rear window defroster and double-stitched brocaded fabric. Then, there's the red Celica ST. Here you get tachometer, radial tires, rally stripes, hood vents, simulated woodgrain trim, AM radio and so on. All standard. When you're driving this one, it's pretty easy to think you're in a sports car. There you have them. Four different sporty models from Toyota. If you're looking for an economy car that doesn't have economy written all over it, see your nearby Toyota dealer. He has more than his share. For your nearest Toyota dealer, dial this free long-distance number: 800-243-6000. (In Connecticut, 1-800-882-6500.) TOYOTA We make 12 different economy cars. But it's how we make them that counts.