1976 Toyota Corolla User Reviews

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    1976 Toyota Corolla Review
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    Mr. Tiger — need's paint and better look, engine is best, it is in gas and petrol, looks awful but nice for family whenever we go to our village on the way the way is very rocky slippery but it goes calmly, when it would be repaired it would be best car.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: power.

    Cons: looking.

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    1976 Toyota Corolla E5 Review
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    Fantastic - Too Bad Toyota Stopped Making That Style. — My first car - a blue slantback 2-door E/5 with a white vinyl roof panel. Had a terrific, smooth 5-speed transmission, comfortable bucket seats, handled beautifully, very peppy with the 1.6L engine and got 35+ mph on the highway. It would go up to 70 easily, and up to 85, wih a bit of straining (not bad for a little 4-cylinder). One of the sexiest cars I've ever seen, solidly built, easy upkeep and a joy to drive. Unfortunately, it wasn't built for the east coast, and by 1985 it was rusting out under the driver's door, into the frame and everything. Sold it to a kid for a couple hundred, but I still miss it.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: sexy, peppy, great mileage

    Cons: not rust-resistant...

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    1976 Toyota Corolla SR5 Review
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    I Want Another Corolla — i miss my old car, it was the first car i spent my own money on. never had a problem that a match book couldnt fix. I lowered it and had chrome and gold mods handled like a go-kart. I beat the hell out of that car and the only thing i ever put on it was a clutch slave cylinder.

    Pros: mine was dark green metallic and straight as an arrow

    Cons: none i had no rust, and no major parts fail. when i sold it with 80,000 on it the new owner pulled the head and found no ridge in the cylinder.

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    1976 Toyota Corolla SR5 Review
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    Good — engine toyota 2t-c five speed performance good build quality impresive good acceleration and braking roug handling no best fast amazing love it solid gorgeous good good good fast and an I dont know what more to said about it is very good at all is the most impresive car. snnch fj

    Pros: hot

    Cons: nothing

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    1976 Toyota Corolla Sedan Review
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    1976 Toyota Corolla — The car was originally an automatic vehicle with a 1600cc engine. When I received the car it was a bare shell which was a good thing as I can build it to suit my needs. What I liked is the rear suspension that came with the car was the bigger pumkin which made the handling much better once the modified 2000cc engine went in. The one thing I did not like was the amount of body work required to bring back up to my standards. The car was just alot of power and fun to drive, I would recommend it to anyone especially now that drifting is a sport, the ideal car for the sport.

    Pros: Handling and power

    Cons: Alot of body work required

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    1976 Toyota Corolla SR5 Review
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    Fun While It Lasted. — I bought my red/orange ext. white int. SR5 with a narrow "Starsky and Hutch" white strip used in 1979. It was a blast to drive especially after putting fat bias ply tires on it and lowering the front about an inch. The dirt road to the cottage was used as a rally stage, drifting and shooting gravel into the trees. Tore the sheet metal holding the steering box right off the inside of the fender due to rust.

    Owner for 2 years, 4 months

    Miles Driven per Year:10,000

    Pros: Looks, Decent handling.

    Cons: RUST! Power.

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    Great Little Car — My stepfather bought the car for me. Right now is under maintenance. I really love my little car,manual shift but would like to have ac sometimes.

    Owner for 7 years, 0 months

    Miles Driven per Year:15,000

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2014 Toyota Corolla Reviews

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    Fuel efficient! And this car serves the purpose of being economical and reliable; with luxurious feel due to all advanced features. The Entune? You can never go wrong, I've tried other infotainment s... Read More

    Great Car!!! By Sämmy

    The Toyota Corolla S Premium came with leather seats which is a must for me, also came with this beautiful 17" wheels. Love the technology on the car. It's also very fast for a small car. The space ... Read More

    2013 Toyota Corolla Reviews

    My Corolla By Michael

    The Toyota Corolla is one of the best selling cars in the world for a reason. It does what it was made to do - be a solid car. For the price, it is a good transportation device and the reliability/gas... Read More

    Budget Car By kzahiruddin

    No road grip, and very light weight. During cruise at 80 Miles speed turning is disbalance. Aircon. is not powerful. Very good fuel consumption. Sound system is very powerful. I like heated side mirro... Read More

    2012 Toyota Corolla Reviews

    2012 Toyota Corolla S By Tammy

    I would buy this car again, The 2015's are no where near as nice! This vehicle is very sporty,reliable and has more than enough room. Big Gas saver and rides real nice on road trips as well.It's aweso... Read More

    It Is A Nice Family Car. By Ömer

    It is a nice family car.It doesnt makes a lot of sounds.It is pretty fast.It cost a very big money.And ıt swallows a lot of gas.It is very fun to drive this car because it is comfy.You should buy on... Read More

    2011 Toyota Corolla Reviews

    Toyota Corolla Is A Nice And Easy Handling Car, And Its Seats Are Great With A Lot Of Cargo Space. By zeynep

    I love to drive this car because, It was faster than I expected, gas reliable, easy to handle,and engine has long life efficiency. I think that is why it is the best car which Toyota sells most. It ha... Read More

    Best In Price Range By DavidH25

    The 2011 is the last model year the Corolla has with the 1.8Liter 1ZZ FE, an engine with a near perfect blend of power and economy. The 2012 went to the 2ZR FE and gets less economy than the 2011, 34/... Read More

    2010 Toyota Corolla Reviews

    Great Car; Safe, Comfortable, Reliable -- Just Not A Snow Car By kgilleon

    I love the easiness of this car. It takes very little to keep it well maintained and running well. It's perfect for inner-city settings, where fitting into parking spots and good mileage are incredibl... Read More

    Cute Little Car For Anybody Who Wants To Save Gas By Yellow_Dynamite26

    Awesome lilttle car. Saves so much on gas and the designe is cute. I bought the smokey gray color. the price was not bad and hope to have this car as my main car well I by another one for my weekend ... Read More

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