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    reviews on 05Toyota Corolla S-Type

    what are some reviews on 05Toyota Corolla S-Type?







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    Re: reviews on 05Toyota Corolla S-Type

    well performance wise you wont be hittin 140 on the freeway but it is a very fuel efficient car.



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    Re: reviews on 05Toyota Corolla S-Type

    i like some toyota cars, very stylish and smooth riding. my grandma has a toyota avalon and it is very nice and very reliable.




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    Re: reviews on 05Toyota Corolla S-Type

    I just test drove one the other day. You have to stretch your arms way out to reach the wheel. It had less power than a Nissan SE-R Spec-V but yet the same price, maybe a bit higher. Nissans are very customizable. I dont THINK you will find many performance mods for a Toyota Corolla S. One word of advice...buy something with a timing chain. They will last a whole lot longer and are more reliable. Toyotas and Nissans both have timing chains but some Hondas do not.



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    Re: reviews on 05Toyota Corolla S-Type

    slow..........




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    Re: reviews on 05Toyota Corolla S-Type

    why do you two respond to each other's threads i dont get it



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    Re: reviews on 05Toyota Corolla S-Type

    I own an '04...
    It's slow, but the interior is very nice. It runs perfectly. It also was quite durable as i ran it into a cement median at 70mph (i hydroplaned, spun out, and hit the back right corner) and didnt get hurt at all. If it's speed ur lookin for, id suggest lookin at an xrs or better yet look for a used lexus is300 w/ like 30 gran dmiles. you can get em for 20 grand if you look hard.




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    Re: reviews on 05Toyota Corolla S-Type

    Quote Originally Posted by 8inw7
    I own an '04...
    It's slow, but the interior is very nice. It runs perfectly. It also was quite durable as i ran it into a cement median at 70mph (i hydroplaned, spun out, and hit the back right corner) and didnt get hurt at all. If it's speed ur lookin for, id suggest lookin at an xrs or better yet look for a used lexus is300 w/ like 30 gran dmiles. you can get em for 20 grand if you look hard.
    Dude my cousin hydroplaned and spun out in his mid-90s Camaro Z28 and hit the back end on the median at (he says) 50mph. It tore off his bumper (was actually thrown over the top of the car), smashed up the rear end pretty good, and the car was totaled. You must have just brushed it.




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