Parts Suitable for Toyota Corona Vehicles, Melbourne, Australia-wide delivery

Toyrolla Spares has a wide selection of new and genuine second hand parts suitable for Toyota Corona vehicles. Toyrolla Spares is Australia’s number 1 distributor of new and used parts suitable for Toyota Corona vehicles and also carries car parts suitable for all Toyota vehicles. We have used engines suitable to replace Toyota Corona engines, as well parts suitable to replace alternators, carburettors, control arms, drive shafts, gearboxes, shock absorbers, starter motors, headlights, tail lights, doors and panels.

At Toyrolla Spares we are No.1 in quality recycled parts suitable for Toyota Corona vehicles. Toyrolla Spares offers delivery of all our parts suitable for Toyota Corona vehicles to the Melbourne Metro area. Parts suitable to replaceToyota Corona parts can also be delivered Australia wide by arrangement, depending on location. Delivery of parts suitable to replace Toyota Corona parts does incur a small fee.

For further information about our car parts suitable for Toyota Corona vehicles, contact one of our friendly staff on:
(03) 9401 4366

The Toyota Corona is an automobile manufactured by the Japanese automakers Toyota between 1957 and 2002. While in the United States it was classified until 1983 as a compact car and later on as a mid-size car, in Europe it was always regarded as a large family car.

The Corona became massively successful in export markets: confusion easily arises because Toyota (like Volkswagen with their Passat and Mitsubishi with their Colt) applied model names inconsistently in different places. Following the 1969 parallel introduction of the Corona Mark II (which in certain markets mutated into the Cressida in 1973) there were disparate models sharing the Corona name. As time went by, models branded in much of Asia as Coronas turned up in European markets as Carinas, while ten years later in North America the Corona was successfully replaced by the larger Camry. In addition, because of the similarities in names, it is a very common mistake to confuse the Corona with the much smaller Toyota Corolla.