by douglasseattle on Jul 6, 2014 Vehicle: 1990 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan
My car still is excellent!
The interior looks like it has about 50k and the car runs like it came off the showroom floor.
It does have a leak in the valve cover gasket which I will fix soon and a small leak in the transaxle.
Nothing that will cause a break down.
Other than required and scheduled maintenance, this car has not had any major problems.
My 03 Focus died at 91000.
I expect this one to keep going for a very long time.
For some reason the automatic was not listed as one of the corollas.
Mine is a 3 spd auto
by srihari902 on May 7, 2011 Vehicle: 1990 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan
Having this car for the past 9-10 years , it is a really strong and powerfull machine , although have had many minor as well as a few major replacements with it . Had to replace the door locks , the vipers (couldn't count on how many times it had to be replaced) ,ac belt ,indicators,.................... and one fine day the engine blew up !
by Beast on Nov 1, 2010 Vehicle: 1990 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan
Love this car. Bought it in 2005 with 30,000 miles on it. Did not realize what I was getting into when bought this car. Drove this car to Los Angeles and back a few times. Easy. Filled up twice. For 700 miles. I mean come on. Being a '90 model, with a top speed on 110 mph. This car can actually reach that speed. I find that very impressive. Acceleration is outstanding and really just very fun to drive. Lots of great memories in the car and I recently crossed 85,000. I expect this bad boy to be with me for a while. Not a scratch. Not a tear. Everything is functioning. And body in pristine condition. Real lucky to drive this car. Will take care of it as much as it takes care of me.
by crisgonzal on Jun 28, 2010 Vehicle: 1990 Toyota Corolla Deluxe 4dr Sedan
This car was amazing. I drove it to college and then exchanged for a newer car. But I will never forget this good friend. I took it to Miami, DC, Niagara Falls, New York, South Carolina. I miss you Toyota Corolla 1990!
by Billy Tom on Feb 2, 2010 Vehicle: 1990 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan
My Family has owned this vehicle for 6 years now and it's been a real trooper. It survived 2 new drivers. We've done repairs but nothing major. I really do think this car is going to last. The only flaw is that it is a metal cage of death. It is such a small car that if you get into an accident, you're going to die. There are no air bags and our seat belts barely lock. However, if you're not traveling very far and want a reliable car this Toyota is awesome. I personally want a safer vehicle. I think it has over 300,000 kms. It also has a lot of rust on it, but that could be just ours.
by gallantronx on Jul 18, 2009 Vehicle: 1990 Toyota Corolla Deluxe 4dr Sedan
I bought this car in 2006, it had 155990 miles on it and I used it to run errands and go to school to get my GED which I received in 2007. After that my mom used it on the paper route which she still has; the car got thirty-five MPG which is great for a car. The tie- rods went out first then the CV Halfshaft but all in all a fairly reliable car that does not use oil. Because of this car I decided to become a mechanic, this is the easiest car to work on - suspension, steering and Oil change. It now has 205,567 miles on it and I hope it makes it to three hundred thousand.
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