Toyota Corolla 3-door GS Reviews
Product Type: Toyota cars
Newest Review: ... list I have had Vauxhall, Ford, Nissan and Rover cars. My previous toyota softop MR2 had to be abandoned when I started a ... more
Customer Toyota Corolla 3-door GS Reviews (3)
by - written on 01/05/11 (Somewhat useful, 40 readings)
This has never been a car that had stood out to me and being a lover of toyota in general I believe there cars are by far the most reliable I have ever had and in theat list I have had Vauxhall, Ford, Nissan and Rover cars. My previous toyota softop MR2 had to be abandoned when I started a family and searched for a realiable family car which i believe I have found. Even though the engine in only a 1.6 it doesn't show and for years I have desired and automatic mainly because I am a lazy driver and this model has exceeded my expectations it is easy to drive, with anti lock breaks ideal to cope with recent british weather and resonably good mpg I can't complain. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/01, updated on 20/06/01 (Very useful, 695 readings)
I admit it, I am a car nut - always have been! But for the first time since passing my driving test ten years ago I have bought a sensible motor! Gone for me the days of the flashiest, fastest cheapo car I could find. A succession of smokey old bangers ended with a 1988 two-litre fuel-injected Sierra Sapphire(car-god rest her soul!). I know a mechanic who is always raving about how marvellous the entire Toyota breed is but especially the generations of Corolla (none of which he can speak unfavourably about). My 1999 Toyota Corolla 1.3 GS is the most fun I have had in anything under two-litre engined in a long time. It's not quite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/01, updated on 01/03/01 (Useful, 362 readings)
This has never been a car to excite, either in looks or performance, the former through uninspiring and only recently changed design, the latter largely because it has had a limited range of engine options in the last couple of generations. Indeed, in a world where 1.4 litres has been the standard mid-class for a long time, the aged 1.3-litre petrol unit that powered the bulk of Corollas produced for our market has made it uninteresting for those with what one might call a real interest in cars. A reputation also enhanced by the length of time the Corolla name has been rolling on the roads of the world. While there's no gainsaying that the product has long been ... Read the complete review
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interior build quality
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