1995 Toyota Corolla Overview

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Base
14 national listings
DX
13 national listings
DX Wagon
1 national listing
LE

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Average User Score

4.15 stars

Based on 42 reviews

Not A Head Turner Or Wheel Burner, But Highly Competent As A Daily Driver by James
 — * Performance – Average in its class. With some "tuning" and careful shifting of the 4spd auto, you can do some impressive light to light runs, but speed demon it is not. The braking is decent, thou... Read More
I Named Her Torolla by Mariusz
 — This isn't a performance car by any means. It's a 4AFE engine family which means a mere 1.6L of displacement. However if it were to get a swap for a SilverTop, then she'd be fun. The one thing she's g... Read More
Best Car I've Ever Bought! by Joseph
 — Performance : Brilliant, I say. As this car's 4A-FE engine produce 116hp @ 6000rpm of power and 137Nm of torque @ 4800rpm, enough for high speed driving while keeping the fuel efficiency rate high. ... Read More

1995 Toyota Corolla Overview

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Based on 42 reviews

1995 Toyota Corolla

The Toyota Corolla saw a few changes for 1995. All Corollas got a new audio system, and the DX sedan got new upholstery. The 1.8-liter engine, just introduced the year before, had 10 horsepower shaved off due to new emissions laws.

The 1995 Toyota Corolla was available as a wagon and a sedan. The wagon came in the DX trim level, and the sedan came as a standard, DX, or LE. The base engine was a four-cylinder, 1.6-liter, 102-horsepower engine, and the DX and LE sedans could be upgraded to a 1.8-liter, 105-horsepower engine. Fuel economy, depending on the engine and transmission, was about 26-34 mpg.

Drivers of the 1995 Toyota Corolla like it for its reliability and fuel efficiency. Not many owners buy the 1995 Corolla for its looks, which is often described as bland and conservative. While these cars do not often head to the repair shop, when they do, owners find that parts can be expensive to replace.

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Toyota Corolla Questions

24cgould
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Car Chugs When Engine Is Cold..why?

I have a 1995 toyota corolla. I just got a new distributor put in. It seems to run fine now, EXCEPT that when the engine is cold it chugs. I brought it back to the place i had it fixed but hey can't...

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psycomico
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My Harmonic Balancer Wobbles Car Overheats Just Replaced Radiator And Ther...

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Yezbit
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1995 Toyota Corolla Power Steering System Bleeding

I had a power steering hose replaced on my 1995 Toyota and now it has a severe whining like there is no fluid at all. I asked the mechanic if it needed to be bled and he said that there is no bleed...

63 views with 5 answers (last answer about a month ago)
Skinnypalm
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My Car Has Trouble Going When I First Step On The Gas But Then Seems Fine

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Brenda Melton
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Changed Out Alt. On My Car And Now It Will Not Staart

1995 corolla changed out alternator and now nothing works, lights, wipers, nothing. It has a new battery.

14 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)