2001 Toyota Corolla Overview

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Trims

CE
90 national listings
LE
91 national listings
S
Avg. Price: $4,427

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Average User Score

4.35 stars

Based on 40 reviews

Hassle-free Fun by Pio
 — White 2001 Toyota Corolla S with black interior and 5- speed manual transmission. Bought new, and it now has about 99K miles. Surprisingly fun to drive with good ride quality. Steering becomes loose... Read More
Great On Gas; Good On Looks. by Bill
 — The 2001 TOyota Corolla was built in a California plant by American workers. A reliable car with a small, but fairly peppy 1.8L VVTI engine, getting as high (from personal experience) as 41 mpg. The p... Read More
Beyond Driven Performance 2001 Toyota Corolla S by Alex
 — After having driven this car for 200,000 miles all across the country, I really can't find anything to dislike. With modifications that were added through the years such as slotted rotors, racing susp... Read More

2001 Toyota Corolla Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 40 reviews

2001 Toyota Corolla

The 2001 Toyota Corolla saw a number of changes, including the discontinuation of the super base-level VE. In its place, Toyota introduced the sporty S model. The body was slightly restyled, with new front and rear ends, including headlights and taillights.

The 2001 Corolla came with an aluminum 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine. Fuel economy was about 31-38 mpg. The new S model came with a number of distinctive features, including unique wheel covers, foglights, intermittent wipers, new upholstery, a tachometer, and a faux leather-wrapped wheel. The CE was demoted to the base level, and the nicely-equipped LE rounded out the lineup.

Those who have purchased the 2001 Toyota Corolla praise it for its reliability and excellent fuel efficiency. Complaints include a too-small interior and not very many features in the lower-level trims.

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Toyota Corolla Questions

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I Have A 2001 Toyota Corolla And It Doesn't Reverse Unless On A Slant. What...

Car will shift into reverse but will not move in reverse. When I press the gas once shifted in reverse the engine just runs as if its in neutral.

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Burning Engine Oil

I have a toyota corolla 2001 and its burning oil. There is no oil leakage as such but i have to put 1L every 1500-1800 Kms. Went to a mechanic, he told the oil seal(packing) around oil pan needs to be...

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My Toyota Corolla 2001 Loses Power Or Does Not Shift To The Next Speed And ...

when i drive up to 15mph the car would sort of lose speed, after it passes the 20mph it will kind of pull back and then accelerate but once it hits 35mph it feels like loses power. why is it doing t...

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