1999 Toyota Corolla Overview

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CE
Avg. Price: $3,639
LE
Avg. Price: $4,050
VE
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Average User Score

4.15 stars

Based on 39 reviews

Loved This Car by TheManInDboX
 — i purchased this car new-ish.. it was a leftover that no one wanted because it was a stick. It was also a weirdly optioned stick, as it didn't have the spoiler, the fog lights, alloys, but had leather... Read More
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 — This car had good acceleration being a 16/16 and not a BZ-R. The Breaking was good I could stop within the dictance on 2 lamp post from a speed of 160khm and the handling was superb, this car could ta... Read More
Toyota Corrolla 1.4gs 5 Door Metalic Green by Andy
 — I bought my car in 2002 with 15000 miles on the clock. 6 years later it now has 118000 miles. Its a very reliable workhorse. The car has never had any problems with build quality or any other features... Read More

1999 Toyota Corolla Overview

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Based on 39 reviews

1999 Toyota Corolla

Very little changed for the 1999 Toyota Corolla. The VE model now came standard with a cassette player, and the LE came standard with a few more features as well.

The 1999 Corolla came with an aluminum 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine, putting out 120 horsepower. Fuel economy was about 31-38 mpg. The base-level VE came minimally equipped, with just about every conceivable feature available only as an option. The midlevel CE got nicer upholstery and a few more features, and the high-end LE came comfortably equipped.  

The 1999 Toyota Corolla had earned fans due to its thoughtfully designed controls, roomy trunk, good gas mileage, and Toyota dependability. Owners complain that the 1999 Corolla comes standard with very few options, and many find the car's appearance overly conservative.

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Toyota Corolla Questions

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My Key Will Not Release From My Ignition Unless I Cut The Power To The Car ...

Also it take a few clicks/turns of the key for my car to start. Thank you!

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My Engine Fan Turns On When I Turn The Ignition On But Not The Engine. Why ...

I have a 1999 Toyota Corolla and when I turn the ignition switch on the motor fan turns on without the engine being on. The engine is cold and everything. I have researched and found out which relay s...

76 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 weeks ago)
kenn2014
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My Car Wont Start After I Have Gone Some Distance. It Is Not A Battery Faul...

When I turn the key it doesn't ignite.

56 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)
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Help Please!!! Toyota Corolla 99 Le (163xxx) Too Many Problems?

Hi! My 1999 Toyota corolla le (163xxx) has been acting up quite a bit lately. I replaced my headlight bulb and turn signal bulb (both drivers side) but within about max 2 weeks, it was out again....

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'99 Corolla Anti-theft System Has My Car Shut Down

I have a 99 toyota corolla that will not start due to the anti-theft system. I bought this car used four years ago and have never had an issue with it. I do not have the remote keyless entry device,...

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