most reliable car i have owned
this is car met all of my need. it has plenty of legroom in the front and back , the ride is great compared to other cars i tested .
Most Practical Car To Buy
This is my favorite Generation Corolla (8th Gen - 1998-2002) I’m a petite woman at 5 feet tall. It’s hard for me to fit properly in a lot of cars due to my legs or the seat and petals not being adjusted properly. I fit in this car perfectly. I like cars that are a bit older (pre-touchscreen radios era) and I did easily replace the cassette radio with a newer CD/Bluetooth radio. I like a lot about this car. The headlights in this particular generation have an extra set of bulbs that come on when the high beams are on. (My 2002 Chevy Cavalier didn’t - the lights just shifted.) This helps make the road significantly brighter in these situations. Mine also has automatic headlights/tail and dash lights for when it’s dark. It also has daytime running lights. A lot of newer 2010s cars don’t even have that! The interior is comfortable and has everything that you really need while driving. It has lots of room for you and your passengers (even if you are tall.) The cup holders pop out when needed and can be hidden when not needed. There is plenty of storage to store your umbrellas, important papers, CDs, etc. This car has pretty much power and can pick up speed pretty well. This car is for men and women of all ages. I’m in my 20s and I intend to have this as my car when I have children one day. My boyfriend enjoys driving this car sometimes also. This car is EXCELLENT on gas. I commute mostly back and forth to work, and maybe shopping sometimes. I fill up once, maybe twice a week in gas. I think it looks great, a lot nicer than many cars these day. I absolutely recommend this car. :)
Let’s see :)
I just bought it today :) lets hope it’s as good as everyone says it’s out to be. My dads owned a Toyota for the past 16 years. I know they hold up