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2000 Toyota Corolla Consumer Discussions

2000 Toyota Corolla
On my 2000 Corolla with 190k miles has 2 check engine lights came on, one about misfires and one "system too lean". I bought an ignition coil which seemed to stop the mis firing but can't di...

I am on the market for my first car, and I am an anti new car person, but all of my analysis points me to the fact that getting a new Toyota Corolla is better. Please look at my analysis and tell me i...

Can anyone tell me how to access the rear speakers in a 2000 toyota corolla sedan? I bought some new speakers but I can't even figure out how to take the old ones out! Anyone that knows how to change ...

My wife called last week from the Target parking lot and said the car would start but wouldn't stay on. When I got in it, if I gave it gas it would stay on. I drove it around the parking lot and not...

My father has a 1998 Corolla CE, my wife has a 99 Corolla CE and I drive a 2000 Corolla CE. All of them have 4-speed automatic transmiissions....

well, it's pretty easy to get a Corolla $2000 below sticker now, maybe more if one is a skilled negotiator. A 1-year-old Corolla is not going to depreciate an ADDITIONAL $2000 just because the redesig...

they are routinely discounting Corollas $2000 or so off sticker. That puts a CE with a stick and no options but floor mats at around $12,7. Some places have weekend sales where the ad says $2500 off a...

Ref : ENGINE BREAKDOWN for corolla 2000, with 62k miles....

I am a novice as far as information about cars is concerned. I bought a corolla 2000 ce last year....

Yep. Really it's a good way to get a 1 year old car for dirt cheap. In 2000 I bought a 1 year old corolla with 17k, drove it for 3 years and another 60k then traded it in on a 2002 Subaru Outback wit...

$2000 for a piece of mind. If you got a good deal on the car and plan on keeping it for a long time, could be well worth it. I had a 1996 corolla with 60,000 miles on it and the A/C compressor went ...

The 2000 and 2001 Corollas are excellent cars (I drive my father's 2000 often). The only problem that I have with the new Corollas - and it is a big problem for me - is that the interior is noticeably...

the loaded LE auto Corolla LE I tested Monday was MSRPed at $17,929. I checked my notes again and the sales manager was going to let it go for $17,350. Diehl Toyota is a very high volume dealership. T...
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Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) is a category of used car. Often late-model vehicles, they have been inspected, refurbished, if necessary, and are under warranty by the manufacturer.
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