2008 Toyota CorollaRog - Miami Gardens, FL09/21/2007
I purchased a 2005 Toyota Corolla CE, and I'm very happy with it. I purchased it used, and I have not had any problems so far. It is light, fast, zippy and VERY fuel-efficient; which makes it perfect for driving in South Florida. Now, I have heard concerns about the side-impact air bags and the ABS or the lack thereof. I would rather have a car that isn't breaking down every other day and that is fuel-efficient for that price, rather than paying for a less reliable car just to get side-impact airbags that still do not gaurantee safety. I see why Toyota is number one. It's obvious: they simply make better cars!
Wonderful, simple and comfortable
2008 Toyota CorollaYumiko - Spokane, WA01/27/2015
Our family sharing this Corolla, we're very busy. Go to college, work, and sports. But not drink gas a lot, smooth, and easy to control. And 2008 corolla is simple and not fancy. But if just need good gas mileage car, I really recommend this car. I really love this Corolla.
Granny Gas Saver
2008 Toyota Corollasalchan - Texas06/18/2011
Since I am retired, do not put much milage on a car. This car was purchased for the price and the gas milage. It doesn't have all the bells and whistles. The manual shift gives two more miles per gallon. The air conditioner keeps me cool in the hot Texas sun. Radio sounds great. Two of the best features are the drivers seat back support and being able to see out. The engine is set up great, easy access to everything. The car handles great, I just scoot around town.
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