by kevinmscott on Sep 29, 2013 Vehicle: 2002 Toyota Corolla S 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl 4A)
Bought an 02 S model about 3 years ago. Abused by original owners and left for dead. Our friend at the junkyard for it working in a jiffy.
My first car, college car, put some 40k long and hard freeway miles on it (it's at 180k now), replaced transmission, struts, manifold and a wheel baring, but it has never broken down on me or failed to start. I've driven it through hot Vermont summers and freezing Maine winters.
This is the car I walk out to every morning and thank the Lord for. It is a car I am truly satisfied with.
by carissab92 on Feb 21, 2013 Vehicle: 2002 Toyota Corolla LE 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl 4A)
My Corolla is just reaching 244,500 miles and is still going strong. So far, the only thing I've had to replace is the normal; oil filter, air filter, tires, and brakes. I absolutely love my car and I'm glad it's lasted this long.. I know the day will come when old Rollo retires, and it will be a sad day indeed.
by leofreshness on Jan 23, 2013 Vehicle: 2002 Toyota Corolla CE 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl 5M)
this is the best car ever. i got it at 80000 miles and now has over 100000 miles and no problems. am the 2nd owner. when i got it i had to learn to drive manual. so you now what a clutch goes through when someone uses it for the first time. and till this day it been the same clutch since it was made and its still good and soothe. great on gas i got around 36 city and 45 highway normal driving. no engine problems just great. if you want a car that gets great gas mileage, will drive past 300000 miles cheap and just pure reliable get this corolla but only a manual one. the autos are great but i believe they wont last as long . and the manual will get better mpg.
There is no such animal as a 4spd auto Ce Corolla 2002. The VE was renamed CE for 2002. When the Corolla was redesigned in 98' the trim levels were; VE, CE, LE, the VE came with the 3spd auto and the ...