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An automotive manufactured by Toyota from Japan, the Toyota Corona was produced between the years 1957 and 2002. Conventionally, the vehicle’s competitor from Nissan automotives’ has been the Nissan Bluebird. Literally meaning the ‘crown’, Corona got reference from a previously made vehicle from Toyota called as the Toyota Crown. There were Exclusive Brand Outlets of the Corona at the venue Toyopet Retail Outlet channeling their dealership across Japan. In several countries, the Corona was sold as one of Toyota's foremost internationally exported vehicles that was joined, within a stipulated period of time, by the smaller-in-size vehicle called as the Toyota Corolla, offering its buyers a choice to own a larger car, endowed with the same kinds of operational expenses relative to the smaller Corolla. Corona became Toyota's second sedan going back to the hierarchical line of products, very much below the Crown, till 1968 when ‘the Corona’ proper noun was used to promote these cars on a larger, grand new platform that came to be known as the Toyota Corona Mark II. 

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