2004 Toyota Corolla Overview

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CE
Avg. Price: $6,604
LE
Avg. Price: $6,851
S
Avg. Price: $6,954

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Average User Score

4.35 stars

Based on 39 reviews

I Love This Car!!! by Brianna
 — This car is in great condition. I just need something bigger. It has a clean title (never been wrecked or in an accident). Interior of the car is in great condition, there are no rips or tears in any ... Read More
Good Handling (with Good Tires Installed) Great Mpg's, Fun To Drive. by 03EXPEB
 — I think this car looks like a space ship. Other than that, the gas mileage... HOLY CRAP!! About $25 to fill it at 2.50/gal and you go at least 400 miles per tank.... so damn near 40 miles to gallon.... Read More
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2004 Toyota Corolla Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 39 reviews

2004 Toyota Corolla

The 2004 Toyota Corolla was mostly unchanged from the previous year, when it was completely redesigned.

The 2004 Toyota Corolla came with one engine, an aluminum 1.8-liter four-cylinder with 130-horsepower. Fuel economy was about 28-40 mpg. The 2004 Corolla came in three trim levels, staring with the base CE, which came with features such as a CD player, air conditioning, and power steering. The sporty S came with identifying features such a spoiler, larger tires and integrated fog lights, along with interior features like a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear shift knob. The top-of-the-line LE came with high-end features like remote keyless entry and faux-wood accents.

Owners of the 2004 Toyota Corolla like that it is easy to drive and maintain, and that it comes with typical Toyota reliability. Some drivers still find the interior to be too small, and many recommend upgrading the tires. Shorter drivers complain that the steering wheel is difficult to reach.

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Toyota Corolla Questions

Wendi Hunt Turner
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Cruise Control Issues

I have a 04 Toyota corolla S.... Does anyone know if it has a fuse?! The light on my speedometer letting me know it's on and ready to b set no longer comes on.

16 views with 1 answer (last answer about a week ago)
coolethan
15

My 2004 Toyota Corolla Will Start But Wont Stay On Unless I Give It Gas And...

32 views with 5 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)
wturner91
10

Whats A Normal Rpm Level Going 60 Mph On A Highway For A 2004 Toyota Coroll...

i have an automatic toyota corolla with about 186xxx miles on it. i was just curious if any one knew if it was normal for my car to be running 60mph down a highway and the rpm's are at 2200.... To m...

50 views with 8 answers (last answer about a month ago)
boomerchris
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When Is A Serpentine Belt Supposed To Be Replaced?

2004 Toyota Corolla -- told I need to replace the serpentine belt and timing belt and it should have been done at 100,000 miles. It is now 145,00 -- should I be worried about this?

153 views with 5 answers (last answer 2 months ago)
wummy
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How Much Will My Down Deposite For Toyota Corolla 2004 Be And What Do I Nee...

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