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1991 Toyota Corolla Review
Erin says:
I drove a friends and its ok. But i prefer celica
vs1991 Toyota Celica
1991 Toyota Corolla winning categories:
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Handling Ranked 1991 Toyota Celica better.
"On sharp turns very stable"
Back Seats Ranked 1991 Toyota Celica better.
"Very roomy and comfortable"
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1991 Toyota Corolla DXReview
migration_seacow writes:
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Beast! — This car runs great, 21yrs old and it's still going... just had it checked and all it needed was a tierod and the battery was shot. Its a real beater, but keeps going strong.... Love it! I got it with just over 159k on it. I've already put over 1k miles on it in about a months time. Back and forth 70miles 3 days a week for school, trips to friends all over and to NY too... Sweet!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: MPGs, Handling, Reliability.

Cons: Other than it being old and having no frills... the seatbelts, I'd prefer a standard 3-point instead of a automatic shoulder with manual lapbelt.

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1991 Toyota Corolla BaseReview
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Great Mpg — excellent reliable transpo but it is ugly, great gas mileage.handeling is sketchy. first gear a little too low but gets out in traffic nice from a dead stop. so so interior. good metal no rust.needs wider tires than stock ones.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: mpg

Cons: appearance

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1991 Toyota Corolla DX Wagon AWDReview
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Amazing — Amazing sexiness!!! It may only be a 1.6L 4A-FE but damn this thing pulls at 3,000RPM! I used to be a true blue Mazda enthusiast but this car has made me question my loyalty o_O! I suppose you could say I have ventured to Toyota now. I never thought I would say this but I love my Toyota Wagon, its a beast!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Badass

Cons: None

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1991 Toyota Corolla DXReview
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Great Early 90s Family Car! — Performance is decent, it goes 0-60 in probably 6 seconds. The Corolla's appearance is nothing special which I like. The build quality is also decent it only needed repairs on the exhaust. Its a fun car to drive since it can out run a Kia.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: It's a great car if you want a gas efficient family car.

Cons: The only problem with my Corolla is that its headliner fell off.

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1991 Toyota CorollaReview
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Fun Little Manual P-plate Box — This little Corolla had a 1.6L 4 cyl single cam. 5 speed manual was well suited for this car. After having driven a few autos in the same model, I definitely think the manual was better suited to this car, and definitely made it more fun. Manual allowed some nice little burnouts. Bought this car from my parents for $1000, and it lasted me a good few years after that. This was a typical cheap P-plater car. My "helpful" additions: chrome wheels (i sprayed the steel wheels with chrome spray paint) more audio power than engine power (2 x 3 way 6x9" speakers in rear parcel shelf, 2 x 6" splits in front doors, 2 x 4" 2 way speakers in rear doors, 1 x 15" sub and 1 x 12" sub in a custom made sub box enclosure which took up the entire boot) TRD stickers which made the stock corolla go SOOOO much faster Some great memories in this car.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Manual gearbox great with this car, fun, burnouts, loud stereo

Cons: Would always lose races - half from no power, half from so much weight in stereo

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1991 Toyota Corolla LEReview
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Needed Replacing — The thing was notoriously crap. Suspect handling, suspect build quality, suspect performance, but the brakes were good. And so was the stereo, special thanks to me and Dannel. 3 crashes in the 3 years I owned it, one my fault.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Crap

Cons: crap

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1991 Toyota Corolla DXReview
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Definitely Provides — Perfect family sedan that deserves respect. We used this car as a family, and when I say family, I mean everyone in the family used it for several years taking turns. The only problem we had in 11 years was a snapped carburetor belt in a long distance drive. And then of course there was me, the last family member to drive it. It was totaled in an accident I had and needless to say losing this car really did hurt back then.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Doesn't break, ever!

Cons: Looks were a bit old

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1991 Toyota Corolla DXReview
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The Best Car Ever — The best car I've ever had. When we sold it at 228,000 miles, it still ran as if it were brand new. As long as you do normal maintainance, it ran great! I even drove it through a blizzard and it did great. As far as I know, it's still running.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: VERY reliable,

Cons: small

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1991 Toyota Corolla BaseReview
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Like Driving A Matchbox — This car was very dependable (mostly, until the head gasket blew) and got great gas mileage. However, the motor was very weak, and struggled at highway speeds. The interior and exterior were both very cheap and i didn't feel safe in this car at all.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: good MPG

Cons: very cheap build quality

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