26th Oct 2001, 22:19
My 1990 Corona XL 2.0 has done 250000km without fault. Go to Toyota for reliability and quality.
29th Nov 2003, 14:11
Try using the Goodyear Eagle Ventura 185/60 R14 the have a special pattern for water, they work great with my Corona.
10th Mar 2004, 14:00
Just bought a 93 model Corona from the auto auctions, seems to be a top little car, however I need a contact to buy a service manual and owner glove box manual as they are not available from Toyota here.
Does anybody have one???
2nd Sep 2004, 00:59
I bought a 1993 Toyota Corona EX saloon, and it's 2004 now and I'm still using it. The only thing that bothers me is the front mechanics like; suspension, rods, leaks & hose. What's good about it, is I never get engine problems. So it's reliable and has cheap maintenance which we all loved. I'm Just wondering why a big car with such a small set of wheels? General comment: A car worth keeping, parts are available everywhere, especially surplus parts.
3rd Mar 2005, 04:12
I am just wondering if someone can help me solve the problem on my automatic transmission (1993 EX Saloon). the gear would not engaged for about 7 minutes.
21st May 2005, 04:32
I have a toyota corona 1993; it's great car, but I can't find the replacement parts (spare parts) on the internet or in the local market. Can I get some company names that supply the spare parts for this car?
16th Mar 2006, 10:49
Toyota corona 1966 Deluxe. Right hand stering gear. 1600 cc RT 40. Good working order. All original condition need now symtathic renovation. any person interested Please contact. Live in Lahore. Pakistan.
9th Apr 2007, 21:32
I have a 1993 Toyota Corona and need spark plug leads and a distributor cap; Does anyone know of a good parts source for this car?
27th Jun 2007, 15:46
You should visit this site: http://clubcorona.5.forumer.com/
It's for people who love Toyota Corona, Caldina, and Carina.
12th May 2008, 12:50
I just bought 1995 Toyota Corona EX saloon model, 1838 cc engine, automatic, petrol, which we call gasoline here in Ireland. Problem is I'm trying to find out what injection connections it uses, so I can match up a e85 conversion kit to save fuel. The pics I've got on the e85 conversion kit sites don't show me the same connections as what's on my car. Does anybody know what they are? I looked at em already and know where they are, etc.
13th Apr 2010, 23:58
I am looking into buying a 1993 Toyota Corona. Wondering how "good" of a car they are???
14th Sep 2018, 21:55
Bought my 1993 Corona GX SF in 1996 with 48,000k on the clock, and 22 years later still have it with 220,000 clocked up. Over time it has had very little maintenance apart from the usual brake pads, suspension bushes, etc. Has enough power for me to pass others uphill and has been a great car to own. It's a bit like me - the body is showing its age, but the motor is good!
Been a good faithful car.