Car handles perfectly besides the suspension noise.
Low engine maintenance required.
Sound system isn't the best, but a back seat passenger will hear bass well. However the rear speakers are totally useless because they are so small and sound can hardly be heard.
Since this is a second hand car, to achieve full 100kw power the engine will require a full clean and engine rebuild. Also to save cash replace some of the engine parts with performance parts.
If you would like to know my engine modifications for my Corolla then here they are.
Engine rebuild and clean
Bosch Super 4's Sparks and 8.0mm leads
OBX Corolla Intake
K&N Race Style High Flow Pod Air Filter
Bosch Oil stabilizer
C.A.P.A. 220kw Supercharger Chip set
Forced Cold Air Induction System
3A Racing 3" hi-flow cat from dump pipe from original manifold into 2.5" stainless steel muffler
Brembo brake system
Monroe shock absorbers
Pedders Suspension lowered 1"
MacPherson sway bar
Originally the Corolla was going to be turbocharged, but unfortunately due to costs I could not afford a turbo as insurance companies would not insure a turbo vehicle for an owner under 25.
Well I also got a body kit, better interior with Momo racing seats and a Pioneer sound system (2x10" 500watt Subs, MP3 head unit, 6 CD stacker, 6x9s, 6s and 300watt 4 channel amp) for the car.
It was all well worth doing up the car for its price and performance because Toyota have good reliable low maintenance engines.