1986 Toyota Corolla Overview

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DX
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DX Hatchback
GTS Coupe
GTS Hatchback
LE
LE Hatchback
LE Limited
SR5 Coupe
SR5 Hatchback

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4.45 stars

Based on 37 reviews

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1986 Toyota Corolla Overview

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1986 Toyota Corolla

The 1986 Toyota Corolla remained unchanged from the 1985 version.

The 1986 Toyota Corolla came in many body styles with several trim levels. The two- and four-door sedan came as a standard, DX or LE. The coupe came as an SR5 or GT-S. The wagon came as a standard or DX. The liftback came as a SR5 and a GT-S. The engine was a 1.6-liter DOHC or a 1.8-engine. Fuel econmy is about 30 mpg.

The 1986 Toyota Corolla is popular with racing enthusiasts, who find that the rear-wheel drive, combined with a light chassis, makes for a fun drive. The car is still plagued with rust problems, and without modifications it does not accelerate very quickly.

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