1975 Toyota Corolla Overview


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4.35 stars

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Great Little Sleeper by mac1
 — the one that i had was bright yellow w/ black vinyl top neat as a pin idrove it for five yrs never a minutes trouble, i even and this was not smart but pulled a 1972 t bird from panama city to birming... Read More
My Favorite Out Of All The Cars That Ive Owned by Daniel
 — Nice japanese classic Fun to drive Easy to maintain Trouble free Cant wait to retore another one Dual Carbs sounded great Wish I could have the opportunity to have another one Lots of potential Miss ... Read More
The Best Little Car Ever by downhiller
 — this is my first car and i absolutly love it although some new suspension, brakes and some more power would make the car perfect. Read More

1975 Toyota Corolla Overview

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1975 Toyota Corolla

In 1975, Toyota introduced a restyled Corolla, with an angular body and a raised center section in the grille. Five body styles were available that year, including a two-door sedan, a four-door sedan, a two-door hardtop, a two-door sports coupe, and a five-door wagon.

With so many body styles, the 1975 Corolla was available in many trim levels. The sedans both came as a standard, DX or E5. The coupes came as a standard or a SR5. The wagon came as a standard or DX. All came with a 1.6-liter engine, except for the two-door sedan, which came with a 1.2-liter engine. Also new for 1975, a catalytic convertible was included in the Toyota Corolla.

The 1975 Toyota was criticized for being more expensive and less fuel-efficient compared to its competitors, like the Honda Civic and the Datsun B210.


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i bought a 75 w/ 96k miles in 1980 drove it for 5 yrs my favorite car ever wish id never gotten rid of it anyway looking for one to restore msut be 1588 hemi 5 speed thank you

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