2006 Toyota Corolla Overview

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Trims

CE
Avg. Price: $8,767
LE
Avg. Price: $8,970
S
Avg. Price: $9,172
XRS
Avg. Price: $9,616

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Average User Score

4.35 stars

Based on 55 reviews

One Of The Best Cars In It's Price Range by DavidH25
 — The first Toyota I have ever owned. Has a lot of room inside that from looking at the car from outside one would not expect to have. I bought it after extensive research on reliability, how it will ho... Read More
You Cant Go Wrong With An Xrs by 2006RXS
 — I love everything about my XRS! it is absolutely the coolest looking fun to drive car you can imagation. i only race up to the speed limit. i get about 30 mpg on a regular basis. and i have not seen a... Read More
Great Great Car by lightGear
 — I've had this car for a year now and I am more happy with it today than the day that i drove it off the lot. It is a great car. The gas mileage rivals that of some of the new hybrids on the market. It... Read More

2006 Toyota Corolla Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 55 reviews

2006 Toyota Corolla

The 2006 Toyota Corolla is a carryover from 2005. Last restyled for 2003, the Corolla is a basic, no-frills sedan, but Corolla owners don't seem to mind. The 2006 Toyota Corolla can not be described as roomy, but the interior offers an adequate amount of space in the front and back and the trunk is surprisingly large for a car this size.
The 2006 Toyota Corolla is available in the CE, S, LE and XRS trim levels. The CE, which is the base model, comes standard with air conditioning. Upgrading to the sportier S gets wider wheels and exterior accents such as front and rear underbody spoilers and rear mudguards, while the inside gets a tachometer, chrome accents, and power locks. The LE is the most luxurious model and comes with the expected features such as power windows and keyless entry. The XRS is a high performance model aimed at younger drivers. Sport-tuned suspension and a peppier acceleration make the XRS more fun to drive.
Drivers of the 2006 Corolla love the reasonable cost and high gas mileage but complain about the bumpy ride and the awkward positioning of the steering wheel. Prices range from about $14,000-$18,000.

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Toyota Corolla Questions

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Water Leaking On Passenger Floor

I have water leaking on the floor of the passenger side. I noticed it during a few days of rain which led me to believe there was a broken seal in the door but I checked it and can't see anything and ...

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johnpegs
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Can I Buy Head Lights Assemblies For My 2006 Toyotat Corolla S That Won't ...

The outside of the headlights glaze over and i want to know if they make the clear lens of the headlight that won't glaze over

12 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 months ago)
p4taleza
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2006 Toyota Corolla Noise When Turning Steering Wheel

Whenever I turn the steering wheel, lately I have been hearing a noise that is very low and it kinda sounds like a choo-choo train noise. Like choo choo choo choo very low, this is the only way I coul...

1,845 views with 3 answers (last answer 2 months ago)
Jeremy Bamsey
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Clicking Noise When I Turn My Steering Wheel To The Left

Whenever I am driving and I turn my wheel left, I am hearing this kind of clicking sound. I've done some research and most websites say it could be the right side CV joint. If it is, would anyone...

414 views with 4 answers (last answer 2 months ago)
idreamofacting
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Transmission Fluid Is Considered "burnt", Does This Require A Full Transmis...

I recently bought a used 2006 Toyota Corolla and I got it checked out by a mechanic before I bought it and they told me that the transmission fluid is 'burnt' and it will need a transmission flush bef...

719 views with 3 answers (last answer 2 months ago)