1993 Toyota Corolla Overview


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4.35 stars

Based on 23 reviews

Reliable And Fuel Efficient by clintonics
 — This is by far the most reliable vehicle I have ever owned. I bought it for $500 while I was in college. It had some pretty serious body damage from a front end collision and 245K miles. I thought... Read More
Toyota Corolla by Kajsa
 — My car is great. And it's cute. And it's white. And it's faster than yours! Woho! It's cheap to drive, doesn't drink much fuel. It starts in every weather. It's fun to drive althought it goes like a s... Read More
Just Another Modded Corolla by Kenny
 — Performance isn't all that great. It's an economy car that manages 32 MPG. Performance mods are cat-back exhaust and short ram air intake. It's a Toyota, it's always gonna keep runnig if you take ca... Read More

1993 Toyota Corolla Overview

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1993 Toyota Corolla

The Toyota Corolla got a redesign for 1993. It was significantly larger than the previous generation, but kept the same base engine. However, for the first time, an upgraded engine was available on the more expensive sedans. The new Corolla was a little less angular than its predecessor, but the styling was not radically different.

Toyota got rid of the All-Trac wagon for 1993, leaving only the sedan and a front-wheel-drive wagon. The 1993 Corolla sedan was available as the base model, the mid-level DX and the well-equipped LE. The wagon was available as a DX only. Those purchasing a DX or LE sedan could choose from the old 1.6-liter engine or the new 1.8-liter, 115-horsepower engine. Fuel economy, depending on the engine and transmission, was about 26-33 mpg.

Drivers love the 1993 Corolla for its typical Toyota dependability and endurance. Many complain that the interior is short on space, especially in the back seat.


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I was replacing my radiator and the wires were strapped to the fan for cable management I guess. I pulled them apart and I don't know what they're for. The car starts fine and there's no weird lights...

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How To Change The Air Conditioning Belt On A 93 Corolla

we got to the bolt and it unscrews into a round nut underneath but it loosens then what?

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