2002 Toyota Corolla Overview


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4.25 stars

Based on 28 reviews

Bulletproof by Nowell3
 — I got this car in August of 2001, with 4 km's on it. I've racked up 360,000km's on it and have had VERY little trouble ever, and I can honestly say that I've never given a car more abuse than I have ... Read More
Toyota Corolla by Apurva
 — Very reliable, low maintainence very good mileage for city driving and motorways even better. Good shape and a good re-sale value. Loaded with extra gadgets that one would expect from an expensive car... Read More
Toyota Keep Running Forever! by Christopher
 — Performance is great engine! Cost of Ownership is fair price as same another brands. Toyota Dealer (Continental Toyota) is great service with the people and care of their owner cars. My car is over ... Read More

2002 Toyota Corolla Overview

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2002 Toyota Corolla

The 2002 Toyota Corolla went into the model year completely unchanged.

The 2002 Corolla came with an aluminum 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine. Fuel economy was about 31-38 mpg. The S model, just introduced the previous year, came with a number of distinctive features, including unique wheel covers, foglights, a tachometer, and a faux leather-wrapped wheel. The base-level CE came with only the basics, and the nicely equipped LE rounded out the lineup.

Owners of the 2002 Corolla have a number of complaints, including a bumpy, noisy ride; a lack of interior space; and unimpressive acceleration. Still, drivers admit that the value, dependability, and fuel efficiency make the 2002 Corolla worth it


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