I wish all cars were as reliable as the 6th generation Toyota Corolla. There would be a lot less junkyards and much more green earth.
The new Corollas are nice (mini-Lexus) and probably very reliable, but I don't know if they could ever be as reliable as the 6th generation (88-92). The 6th gen. was much simpler in construction.
Comfort and NVH is only mediocre, but probably not bad by economy car standards in the early 90's.
Front seats have plenty of room.
Performance rivals that of a glacier.
I wish this car had a 5 speed manual or at least a bigger engine and a 4 speed automatic. 1.6 liter engine with a 3 spd auto is a performance disaster. However, it does keep its speed climbing hills though.
Great for hauling the dogs around in the wagon body without destroying the simple, but durable interior.
Car is extremely durable, only thing that is falling apart is the dashboard. The dashboard has been subjected to 13 years of Arizona heat and is cracking. The paint is still good, unheard of any 13 year-old car in Arizona.
I can't see why the US makers cannot make a car this durable and reliable. It shouldn't be that difficult.
They are doing better, though.