DOES THE DIFFERENCE WORTH THE VALUE; COROLLA 2004/2006.
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2004 TOYOTA COROLLA (#1,280,000)
2006 TOYOTA COROLLA (#1,157,778)
Few cars have a heritage as long as Toyota’s popular compact sedan, which has been on the U.S. market since 1966. More than 25 million Corollas have been sold worldwide, which makes it the best-selling passenger car of all time.
The Corolla rides a 102.4-inch wheelbase and measures 178.3 inches long, have 15-inch tires.
Up to five occupants fit inside the Corolla, which features a 60/40-split, folding rear seat in all models but the XRS. Cargo volume totals 13.6 cubic feet.
Standard CE equipment includes air conditioning, power mirrors, a tilt steering column, intermittent wipers and a CD stereo. The LE adds power windows and locks, remote keyless entry and driver’s seat height adjustment. A unique cloth interior goes into the sporty S sedan, which features a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
Under the Hood
Four-speed-automatic transmission can be installed.
Seat-mounted side-impact airbags and antilock brakes are optional.
Despite its conservative styling and comparatively high price, the Corolla has long been one of the best compacts on the market. It delivers a satisfying blend of fuel economy, refinement and reliability. Riding smoothly, Corollas feel solid and inspire confidence.
Performance might not stir many emotions, but this sedan is adequate for ordinary driving. Acceleration is a trifle slow from a start, but the automatic-transmission model quickly picks up the pace. The engine growls a tad while accelerating, but it quiets at highway speeds.
Even though the Corolla maneuvers neatly in town and takes curves acceptably, handling isn’t quite as precise as that of some other small cars. The front seats are comfortable and supportive. Backseat legroom isn’t quite as appealing.
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