2007 Toyota CorollaDodge Admirer - Lee's Summit, MO12/10/2008
I've been in domestic sedans all my life. I'm 30, and this is my first foreign and my first small. The main drive for my loyalty switch was gas mileage. I chose Toyota for it's dependability ratings.
I've been driving the car about a month now, and put on 2,000 miles so far. It handles differently than I'm used to in the wind but that could just be the small car thing. It's quieter than most small cars I've ridden in before, and I don't notice I'm in a small car in any conditions other than wind. Its auto-pull worked wonderfully in the snow/ice yesterday. It has acceptable acceleration for on-ramps to the highways, however I've noticed that kind of pedal pushing does tend to kill my gas mileage.
I've calculated the gas mileage three times so far, and it's ranged from 30 to 36.
Forget the hype
2007 Toyota Corollatamago - Marietta, GA06/21/2010
Despite all the negativity targeted on Toyota, this car has met all expectations of past reputation as a solid vehicle of a solid company. Only a 4-star for comfort as it is not considered a higher end model for long distance driving (hard seating). Has outstanding gas mileage as a 4-cylinder. Surprisingly smooth at high speeds. Have yet to perform routine/periodic maintenance so I don�t know the cost factor or special technical needs required. Have to research why I would have to take the car to a dealership to change the battery. Overall, I�m satisfied with the overall performance for the price paid.
Toyota Corolla Surpasses Expectations
2007 Toyota CorollaEileen - Baltimore, MD12/21/2006
My new 2007 Toyota Corolla drives like a dream. It's turning radius is superb, and stopping on a dime is a cinch with its ABS brakes. The audio system is fantastic too, allowing me to hold 6 CD's at a time.
Obviously it has a memory better than an elephant, because it even remembers the tire pressure and tells you when your tires are low.
The car's power locks and keyless entry enable me to gain easy access, especially when my hands are full with bags of groceries.
My new 2007 Toyota Corolla is a car to be proud of and I'm glad I bought it.
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