1998 Toyota Corolla LE 1.8 from North America
Fast, Reliable, Cheap, economy car
Just the common wear and tear.
Clutch going soon, getting new one soon. Little pricey 631$ for a Stage 1 performance clutch.
This car is a very good car. I have raced many car's and very few beat me. My greatest wins are a 350 97 Cammaro, and 2005 v6 Mustang.
The handling is OK for your common driver, I drive on the wild side and it keeps up with me for the most part.
The front seats are very comfortable, and you can fit five people in the car with out squishing them. I have had seven people in my car the only problem was it was a little low to the ground.
I have Intake, exhaust on the car, it sounds beastly sounds almost like putting a Flow Master on a truck. It dosnt sound riced and crackle at high RPMs.
This is a very good economy car. I highly recommend this car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 15th December, 2004
16th Dec 2004, 16:42
Car-Stats Report for 1998 Toyota Corolla LE. Obtained from MT December, 1997.
1/4 Mile: 17.6
1/4 Speed: 80.
I've no doubt that you enjoy driving your car, but let's be realistic about performance shall we? Intake and exhaust on a NA 120hp engine isn't going to give you much of a noticeable performance gain at all. A V6 'stang may be slow as balls, but it's not THAT slow...
"Ford says automatic-transmission base model to account for bulk of sales. It has good 0-60-mph acceleration; Ford estimates 7.5 sec" - http://consumerguideauto.howstuffworks.com/
14th Mar 2006, 18:30
V-8 Camaro yes, V-6 Mustang... a joke hell I've seen a Ford Aspire out run one of those yugos in disguise.