Toyota Corolla Windshield Replacement & Repair
Service for All Toyota Corolla Models from 1981-2018
We can repair or replace auto glass on all Corolla models from 1981- forward, which includes everything from the 1981-1983 E70 model Corollas to E160/170 models made from 20013 through 2017. For a fast and free quote, call us today at 480-907-3982!
Years Produced: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Years Produced: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Years Produced: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
Years Produced: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002
Years Produced: 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997
Years Produced: 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991
Years Produced: 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987
Years Produced: 1981, 1982, 1983
How much does it cost to replace a damaged or cracked Toyota Corolla Sedan Windshield?
Sometimes, whether it was your fault or not, windshield dings or cracks just happen. Perhaps the cause was a minor impact from road debris, an uneven driving surface stressing your glass, or even just wear and tear over an extended period of time. Whatever the reason, a chip in your Toyota Corolla's windshield can quickly grow worse.
So, what do you need to do? And how much will it cost for a repair or replacement? Well, that depends on whether you'd like to go through your auto insurance or pay out of pocket, plus the year and options of your Corolla.
Paying with Auto Insurance
As low as $0 out of pocket (and generally not a lot more)
For customers with auto glass coverage through insurance, you can generally receive a repair on your cracked or chipped Toyota Corolla windshield at no cost out of pocket. This depends on a few different factors, including the type of insurance coverage you have along with the model year, trim and specifications of your Corolla.
Regardless of whether you need repair or complete replacement
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Paying Out of Pocket
No worries! Our prices are some of the lowest in town.
If you prefer to pay for your glass service out of own pocket, you are not alone. Many of our customers (even some with insurance coverage) choose this option for its convenience. We have made sure that our out of pocket pricing is among the cheapest in town, and we make payment easy by accepting all standard payment methods.
Again, the price you pay out of pocket depends on damage, year, model and trim level.
The chart below provides estimates for completely replacing the windshield or other glass on common Toyota Corolla years and models.
|Corolla Year, Model & Glass Type||Out of Pocket Estimate||Insurance Estimate|
|2017 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$232.57||$0 + deductible|
|2016 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$211.63||$0 + deductible|
|2015 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$197.48||$0 + deductible|
|2014 Corolla Sedan Rear Window||$318.80||$0 + deductible|
|2014 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$242.17||$0 + deductible|
|2013 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$224.11||$0 + deductible|
|2012 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$285.32||$0 + deductible|
|2011 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$252.73||$0 + deductible|
|2010 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$202.92||$0 + deductible|
|2010 Corolla Sedan Rear Window||$489.65||$0 + deductible|
|2009 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$240.88||$0 + deductible|
|2008 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$213.56||$0 + deductible|
|2007 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$261.09||$0 + deductible|
|2006 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$249.41||$0 + deductible|
|2005 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$237.12||$0 + deductible|
|2004 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$222.16||$0 + deductible|
|2003 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$230.96||$0 + deductible|
|2002 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$237.63||$0 + deductible|
|2001 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$256.20||$0 + deductible|
|2000 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$229.78||$0 + deductible|
|1999 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$241.33||$0 + deductible|
|1998 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$225.65||$0 + deductible|
|1997 Corolla Sedan Windshield||$236.14||$0 + deductible|
Toyota Corolla through the Years
The Corolla has a history spanning more than five decades, over which time it has been reborn and reinvented no less than eleven times, coming back better and stronger each time.
The latest of these regenerations was in 2012, with the launch of the international E170 model the following year. This international model is somewhat larger than its Japanese counterpart and comes complete with several changes from the domestically-released version.
The version released in the USA also includes several stylistic differences from those released elsewhere in international markets. As with its other models, Toyota is generally willing to invest in unique design and/or engineering features for its US Corollas because of the huge numbers sold here.
Originally a sub-compact, the Corolla's popularity in the US exploded later on after it grew a bit to better fit customer lifestyles.
For the first couple of decades of the Corolla's history, the car was aimed squarely at the sub compact market in the USA. This meant a smaller chassis and a more svelte frame, translating to a very diminutive vehicle in all dimensions. In 1991, however, this changed, and the Corolla line would never be the same.
Global customers wanted a larger Corolla, so Toyota built it and sales exploded.
Toyota found that consumers in global markets demanded a slightly larger car in the compact class; one designed specifically for handling all the daily tasks which make up a busy family life. So, the sixth generation Toyota Corolla was phased out, and the Corolla E100 was launched as the seventh generation of the famous vehicle. The rest, as they say, is history.
With its size now matching what customers want, annual Corolla sales now top the 300,000 mark most years.
More than two and half decades have past since the Corolla was scaled up. The vehicle continues to perform impressively in the US market. In 2003, the Corolla broke the 300k annual sales barrier in the US for the first time and has remained above that mark in almost all of the years to follow.
Not just a success here, the Corolla is also extremely popular in Canada (and the rest of the world).
These healthy sales have been further bolstered in North America following the 2008 launch of the Corolla in Canada. Sales north of the border contribute around 50,000 units to the North American total each year.
Meanwhile, the Corolla is a success in the rest of the world as well. In 1997 it displaced the Volkswagen Beetle as the best-selling car of all time!