by praiznhym4ever on Dec 9, 2011 Vehicle: 1994 Toyota Corolla LE 4dr Sedan
I bought my 94 corolla DX back in 07, my aunt was going to buy a brand new camery and the dealership was only going to give her $1,400 on trade for her corolla. me at the time was driving a 99 kia sportage wich when i bought it i really thought it was a very nice looking suv. but thats all that was good about my sportage. it was a money pit! so I bought this corroalla from my aunt wich she had bought this car brand new. it only had like 104,000 miles on it and like 14 yrs old at the time. and @187,000 and no plans of trade in no leaks uses no oil how ever i did change the oil from reg. 10-30 to 10-30 synthetic blend. great car not afraid to take it anywhere.
by Rick on Jul 20, 2010 Vehicle: 1994 Toyota Corolla LE 4dr Sedan
My 1994 Corolla is really a '94 Geo Prizm (same as). I have over 220,000 terrific miles. Currently, however, I have experienced slow acceleration under 50 MPH and it hates air conditioning at those speeds. Twice the car has stalled after sitting out over night in heavy rain. A whiff of carb. spray does the trick. I have a very highly skilled Toyota mechanic and he has looked at everything and cannot find anything wrong. The car runs like a demon on the Interstate at 70 MPH and does not use a drop of oil. After sixteen years it still starts without touching the gas pedal. Still a great car but this issue is a major annoyance.
by Cluesdad on Jul 20, 2002 Vehicle: 1994 Toyota Corolla LE 4dr Sedan
94 LE Wintergreen color..Silver Anniv
Edition..Bought new..now with 170K
mi..still runs like new..regularly
quiet ride..smooth shifting
transmission..cold air..haven't thought
about what I'll replace it with..I may
not need to replace it..ha..Toyota did
it right with this car..
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