owned my corolla for five yrs. other than my own idiocies the car has never given me any problems. i've done 3 hour one way trips to and from i went every weekend for about a whole year mostly going over 80 ive gone over a 100 half way though the trips twice i love my car to death 317745 and going strong
This is a great car from Toyota. I am owning one since 2 years. When I bought it at 120k its AC compressor was not working. But it did not bother me much,
I am used to summer heat. I did not spent a dollar on it other than oil change every 3 months.
It had run total of 146k as of today. I am
feet tall and i still have lot of room at driver's seat. gives me 24 mpg in city and 28 on highway. Pickup is too good. Better than later Camrys. I have driven this 800 mile trip twice in consecutive week ends. upto 80 miles/hr the car runs good. I did not try beyond that.
I was just given a 1993 Corolla LE with 54,000 miles on it. It belonged to my in-laws and not driven much. They purchased the car brand new so I am now the 2nd owner. So far this car is great on gas, it sure beats my mini van. I hope to keep it in the family for a long, long time.
We have had our 93 Toyota corolla about a month, and it's the best thing I have ever bought! It has 198,000 on it, and we paid $3,000 for it. It is in mint shape. I can only wish it had more power. But everything else is awesome! I was a Honda accord man, but now I like the corollas. In a year or so we will get another corolla (new) The car has never been painted, and it looks like the paint is brand new. I love my Rolla! Clean hot looking car!
Love the look inside, Love that it drives super smooth, I love everything about it!
More power! Better cup holders. Thats all I can think of.
This corolla is almost eleven years old
and has 185k miles and runs like a top.
Only routine maintenance and an
alternator for repairs over the time
I've own the car. Purchased new, one
owner, driven by my wife and myself and
still gets 35+ mpg on a weekly basis
with and automatic transmission. Glad
I bought it but will purchase a larger
car next time . . . a camry.
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