2005 Toyota Corolla Consumer Review: 2005-2006 XRS is good to have

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XRS Sedan (1.8L 4-cyl. 6-speed Manual)

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2005-2006 XRS is good to have one
By Andy on


2005 Toyota Corolla XRS 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl 6M)


I had my 1986 Corolla GTS before and now I have chance to own a XRS. Though Corolla is an entry level of Toyota but still surprises me after many years! After 9 months driving, I am really satisfied with it. As a used car, the price go down a lot to a reasonable amount. However, the cornering still need to be improved by upgrading aftermarket parts. The original tuned suspension is unable to handle this car anymore which I feel too soft. 0-60 mph only 7.2 sec with top speed 130 mph (Lock by limiter) and 28 mpg with mixing freeway and local (I live in SF Bay area) If you plan to buy Scion tC, I would recommend you to have this one instead if you don't mind have a used car.

Best Features

The VVTi-L engine and 6 spd transmission from Celica GTS give me a lot of fun.

Worst Features

If the VVTi-L turns on around 5,700 rpm will be perfect as the originally setting turns on at 6,800 to 8,200 rpm only. The factory rims should go 17" inches instead of 16" inches
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