2006 Toyota Corolla06 Corolla Owner - Middletown, CT07/03/2007
I bought 2006 Toyota Corolla in August 2006 as New. Driven 8000 miles for the last one year and so far no troubles. I drive only 5 miles To and From work on weekdays and all other driving is leisure over weekends. I found this is a good car if you don't need lot of power and looking for a good basic car that gets you to places. I found car is not that great for very long tirps, as I have experienced car swaying in highways with winds over 40 MPH and also I don't get the very stable feeling when I drive over 80, compared to other larger cars (obviously I can't expect more from this little car). After those experiences I am now hiring a bigger car whenever I want to drive over 500 miles within a day or so. I feel my corolla has been a good choice for me at $16000 dollar lower price given that I would have paid over 20000 if I am select a biggger car with power which I will not be using mostly. So overall this is good car for basic needs
Toyota Corolla review
2006 Toyota Corollarichard - sacramento, ca.11/07/2008
Great vehicle, great gas mileage, comfortable and a very sporty looking vehicle. i would recommend to anyone.
My Fourth Corolla
2006 Toyota CorollaAlive05291998 - Raleigh, NC04/30/2009
The best feature is the room in the trunk and the back seat. I am a handicapped American, and I am able to comfortably fit my walker and groceries into my Corolla at the same time. I get really good mileage when driving about town. The only drawback is the reponse when having to stop suddenly. The Corolla requires more room than I usualy require. The interior is easyto clean and I enjoy the range of vision with the rear and side mirrors.
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