Fifty years on, Toyota Corolla remains one of America’s top-favorite compact sedans. Today’s Corolla comes loaded with advanced safety features other automobile makers don’t offer standard—or at all, in some cases. But there’s far more to safety on the road than lane-departure alert, adaptive cruise control and automatic high-beam headlights. In fact, the highest-tech of high-tech pre-collision systems could prove more or less worthless if your Corolla’s brake system fails.
There’s a reason Corolla has racked up accolades over the years. You don’t become “the World’s Best-Selling Car” by chance. Savvy drivers love Corolla’s mix of fuel economy, styling, excellent resale value, and eminent affordability. According to Toyota’s corporate newsroom, a Toyota Corolla is sold every 15 seconds somewhere around the world. That’s a lot of love for a beloved vehicle. Some dedicated owners have driven their precious Corollas for multiple decades, racking up hundreds of thousands of miles. Of course, it’s a safe bet those owners took good care of their vehicles. Part of taking care of your investment involves having your brakes checked—and serviced—on a regular basis.
Of course, just about anyone with a wrench will be happy to take your hard-earned dollars and work on your brakes. But only the highly trained technicians at your local Western Pennsylvania Toyota Service Center can be relied upon to provide the stellar service you’ve come to expect from Toyota. When it’s time to have your brakes serviced, we highly recommend you schedule an appointment at your local Toyota Service Center. To locate the dealer nearest to you, click on this link for an interactive map. All the safety features in the world won’t help you if your brakes fail. Visit your local dealer and drive away assured that your vehicle is ready to take on the world. It’s the best way to ensure the peace of mind that comes from knowing your Corolla is ready for anything.