I rented the Toyota Corolla S several times, and it was quickly one of my favorite cars. After doing a lot of research, the Toyota Corolla S had the best safety ratings, gas efficiency, and since I drove it in the past, I felt very comfortable buying this car. My favorite features are the stereo and extra space for all my stuff (paper, pens, insurance info, etc.).
Satisfied Car Buyer
2006 Toyota Corollaplimsoul - Irvine, CA02/15/2010
I bought my car in late 2009, and it has just been a wonderful drive! It rides very smoothly, handles very well....and is just a pleasure to drive!
Corolla XRS 1.8L 2ZZ-GE 170HP
2006 Toyota CorollaRob - Sacramento, CA12/11/2007
I am 6' 2" and I weigh about 280. The car does have a sunroof, and I have no height problem. If i scoot seat all the way back I can not reach clutch, brake and gas pedals. This car is one peppy car. I love the 6 speed manual tranny. It makes my daily drive less boring. I had no idea that Toyota had put the 2ZZ-GE motor in the Corolla XRS. I am extremly happy with the 170hp. Not to mention I get 400 miles per tank on average. I consider myself a hard driver. That is approximatly 31 MPG in town driving. According to other owners that I have talked with you will get about 32-36 MPG on the freeway. I have lowered the car 2" tinted windows and put 18" wheels and debaged car to make the car look cleaner. RobNBrenda Sacramento, California
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