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OK, I had a 2009 Corolla for a while and liked the improvements they changed from older models. I've had 2008, 1999, 1997, 1995 models so I'm a big fan of their economy, reliability, great gas mileage...

I just bought 2001 toyota corolla on march. Having driven this car for three month, I realized this car have less engine power (especially 0-60 miles) than corolla 1999 model (I tried it before)....

I had a 1999 Camry and honestly it was better than the 1989 Camry. Anyway the car was stolen and I bought the Taurus to replace it. One thing that I will say and this is subjective is that the plasti...

Saw a $99 a month lease on a Corolla LE, is it really possible? Since Toyota is already discounting Corollas up to k $5K off, would I have to bring money to get this deal?...

Corolla is more sporty, better pick up speed, you can take exits at faster speed than camry, its steering wheel is lighter especially compared to Camry 20011 which i rented and drove few days back. I ...

2003 Corolla LE 5-speed Stick shift Averaged 30MPG city (NYC) and Highway 46MPG...

1999 Corolla 96k miles. Yesterday after starting (engine started running) the car I heard an unusual sound and turned the ignition off. the starter kept cranking. the only way I could stop it was to ...

It still looks good after 11 years. Paint still has a shiny luster. No rust (unheard of in the NorthEast) or moldings falling off. Washed every week (or atleast every-other week) by hand for it's l...

sale on the used market. Compare that to 1999 Corollas. 304 are available. In 1999, Toyota sold roughly 190K Corollas, thus roughly 0.16% are available, nearly 3 times the percentage of the number o...

Since day 1, I have been feeding my Toyota Corolla (in the year of 1999, and I bought the brand new one.) with super gasoline (93), and I didn't realize that the car only needed regular gasoline (89) ...

> or is it still the size of a Corolla...

So right now I'm looking if I can afford a new Corolla LE or a RAV4. Man are those RAV4s expensive! They cost as much, if not more, than a Solara! The new Corollas, however, are much more reasonabl...

(I tried posting to the Corolla lease forum, but there was some technical error & it won't let me post there...so here goes...)...
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