I bought my corolla in Nov 2002 and
after 4 months i have noticed about a
hundred paint chips all over my hood
and along the sides of my car... This
is my second toyota to date and i have
never in my life seen such a disaster..
The dealer says it is normal wear and
tear... Is anyone else having this
problem??? Oh ya, and now i am noticing
rusting spots... Tanya -MA
comfortable seats and fun to drive
the quality of paint needs to be
I bought a 2003 Corolla for the same
reasons most folks do -- basic,
reliable transportation at a budget
price. When the car finally arrived
(about 5 weeks after date of purchase),
I was very pleasantly surprised to
discover that I loved the way it looked
and drove (hadn't bothered to test-
drive the car because I owned a Corolla
previously). With 130 HP, 125 ft/lb
torque, and a manual transmission, the
engine is a LOT peppier than my old
Corolla (100 HP, AT). The surprisingly
roomy interior, super-comfy seats, CD
player, and sunroof all make for a very
pleasant driving experience. I
couldn't be happier with this car!
Surprisingly roomy interior, lotsa
trunk space, peppy little engine, GREAT
Only the most minor of quibbles - the
door guards seem to be set a bit low,
especially since half the cars at the
supermarket parking lot seem to be SUVs
This was a great buy. I am in love with
my car and will drive it anywhere and
everywhere. I have had no problems at
all and I have no complaints. If your
in southern california, go to LONG
BEACH TOYOTA on the PCH and for
repairs, go to Chevron in Seal beach.
GREAT PEOPLE and IMMPECABLE service.
They make you feel like a king/queen.
sunroof, radio/cd, wood grain, seats,
AND THE COLOR Indigo ink pearl!
none really. it has the new car smell,
which could be changed to a better
I shoulda kept my 1999 solara. V-6,
silky smooth, quiet, comfortable. I
got 25-28 mpg! This new corolla I
have has gotten 29 mpg these first 4
tanks! (all highway miles...no traffic) I
shoulda gone for the plush comfort
rather than thinking I'd save gas!