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1987 Toyota Corolla GTS CoupeReview
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Good Gas Milage, Zippy, Quick In Turns, Slow In Straights — 1987 Corolla GT-S (a.k.a. AE86/Hachi Roku/Trueno) Last model for RWD. 1.6L I4 DOHC TVIS engine. Optional LSD. Just love it...

Pros: fun to drive, kicks ass in cornering, drift it, track it, daily it.

Cons: money pit...

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1987 Toyota Corolla FX HatchbackReview
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Was A Great Car At The Time — Was a great car for during college. Moved pretty good and had a lot of room in it

Pros: Great fuel economy

Cons: Was ugly as sin!

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1987 Toyota Corolla LEReview
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Will Never Die — great small car that got 40 mpg w/ its amazing 88 hp what a solid car. A friend and I could lift the back end up with ease. Everyone should drive one at least once.

Pros: Toyota, mpg, huge trunk, 3 bodies easy

Cons: mpg goes down w/ each person that gets in the car by 10 mpg

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1987 Toyota Corolla FX HatchbackReview
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Neat, Excellence Vehicle For Easy In Getting Around. — I have had the access to this vechile over five months now and am satisfied with its performance. My only concern from where am living is accessability to parts. They are not alot in my country and therefore their parts are scarce. But I certainly enjoy driving it.

Owner for 0 years, 5 months

Miles Driven per Year:10,950

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1987 Toyota Corolla GTS CoupeReview
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Hachi Roku This Car Handled Like A Dream — This car was probably the most fun to drive of any car that Ive ever owned. MODS: HKS cams, valve springs, exhaust cusco swaybars, strut tower bar, etc koni adj. shocks eibach springs full treuno front and rear bumpers carbon fiber hood, fenders, side skirts, hatch, door trim panels, dash nardi deep corn steering wheel sparco seats tuned ecu for 10k redline trd lsd

Pros: insane 10k shifts, great suspension, great handling, very light

Cons: needed paint really bad and  acceleration wasnt as good as it should be.....needed about 50 more horsepower

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1987 Toyota Corolla LEReview
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My First Car Was A Beauty — It's a sturdy car... Takes a lot of fooling around to get this car 2 the scrap yard...

Pros: For its age, its performance was excellent
I liked the way u sit in this car

Cons: Due 2 the age, it gave a few probs here nd there... eg fuel gauge, exhaust etc

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1987 Toyota CorollaReview
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87 Corolla Seca Twin Cam — MIne was red so add 10hp, it was an original Twin Cam so it was fitted with the 1600 4AGE Motor. A real wolf in sheeps clothing. A real pocket rocket. Not quite as quick as the RX-3 but boy did it handle.

Pros: Good power, great handleing, a pleasure to drive.

Cons: It couldn't tow the boat

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1987 Toyota Corolla GTS CoupeReview
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Drift King! — I owned this car for less than two years, but it was very good to me. Fantastic reliability and fun to drive as well. RWD compact cars are indeed a rarity. I bought it with 62,000+ kms on the clock and added another 60,000 plus before I sold it. Only real issue I had was a failing master cylinder for the clutch.

Pros: 16v DOHC 112hp 1.6L 5 Speed RWD.  Nuff said.

Cons: Difficult (when I owned it) to find any aftermarket support for this car.

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1987 Toyota Corolla FX16 HatchbackReview
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Does Everything Well, Great Gas Mileage, 30 Mpg City — The toyota 87 fx 16 gts is like go-cart the 5speed manual brings the power all together. Mine has a factory sun roof, a great second car.

Owner for 1 years, 0 months

Miles Driven per Year:3,000

Pros: Gas milage 30mpg city 40mph hyway. Everything works after 20 years

Cons: dated styling, its a hatchback, so small you can loose it in parking lot

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1987 Toyota Corolla DXReview
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Liftback, 5-door, Excellent Condtion, Great Gas Mileage — This car has been a wonderful car. Looks like new and drives like new. Holds well in 100 mile per hour winds (Columbus Day Storm). Hauls loads of things. Great on long trips as well as in town. Gas mileage is still at 44 per gal on the highway and 35 per gal in town. Great turning radius, power assist. Starts like a new car. I call it the Little Blue Whale.

Owner for 18 years, 11 months

Miles Driven per Year:7,500

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Reviews From Other Years

2014 Toyota Corolla Reviews

This Toyota S Premium Is Top Of The Corolla Trim With Advanced Features By Jimnavarro2000

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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