I like the hatchback but I got such a good deal on the LE Sedan at the end of year I am pretty satisfied. Actually my son will get it when he goes off to college and I will be back to my old 03 Honda Odyssey beater.
I have a 2010 le with 122,000 miles, I would love to get to 300k with the original powertrain. I do all my own mantainence and repairs. I’ve only had to do mataience. Just put in new plugs at 120k. I am about to put new rotors and pads on along with flush the master cylinder and lines with fresh fluid. I am just going off best judgement after superpassing the manuals last service interval. I would love for advice or tips. It has a 1.8 L.
Mine was not on the show floor...it was in the back, on the very top of a parking garage with a whole bunch of other cars...basically storage. However, it was soooo dirty up there. I didnt even thing about them having more cars other than what I could see in the front. Every car back and up there were completely covered in dust. In hindsight, it was prolly a bad idea to buy that one, lol. Who knows how long the car has been sitting there (long enough to be covered in a blanket of dust) and who knows how much damaged the dust did to the clearcoat/paint. Regardless, i test drove it, then they washed and detailed it for me, let me inspect it once again, then filled it up with gas. All that added 5 more miles. I left the lot with the car at 9 miles...and that's what it says on the paper work.
Only 110 000 miles ... but it's ok, cause it's my brother's car he gave me for couple months. By the way, wanted to ask, are there any websites with great articles about different components of the car (like this: https://bestfordriver.com), out there on the web? It would be great to know. Cause this website, for example, explained me a lot about jumpers and jumper cables, that I didn't know before, counting I have 10 years of experience.
I’ve owned two Corollas
A 2009 Corolla LE I had this until I wrecked it at 98000 miles, only issues I had was the Alternator and Sway bars were replaced. Finally died after slamming it into a gard rail
I currently has a 2016 Corolla LE with 40000 miles and have had no problems so far and I love my corollas!