2009 Toyota CorollaSuzanne Berthelot - Plano, TX08/13/2016
Very dependable, looks newer than its age. Sitting in the passenger's seat of my friend's Ford , I am so glad I chose the Corolla - the 4 door small sedan he had already sounds "ragged out" - it's a year older, but only has 6K more miles than mine. I wish I would have looked a little closer - no cruise control. And the alternator went out only a month after driving it. Other than that, no complaints.
09 Corolla S
2009 Toyota CorollaCOskibum - Baltimore, MD01/27/2009
This Corolla is a milestone for Toyota. The fuel efficiency, sporty handling, and looks make this car top-notch. I commute ~ 60 miles per day, so I wanted a vehicle that will last several years to come.
Our second car is also a Corolla S, 2006 model. It too has been a wonderful car. Both cars have > 35k miles and are running perfect. Treat your Toyota well (routine maintenance and you will have a car which will retain it's value, and be headache free.
Alternator out after 3 months
2009 Toyota CorollaL - Roseville, CA09/01/2014
Up until the alternator went out, it was a good car. (I guess I'm glad I bought the extended warranty.) It doesn't have much power, but it will get you from point A to point B. Good commuter car. Gas mileage is good.
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