I do. No problems.
I've had 2 Corollas and an Echo. All of them have been great.
My wife drives an 03 Camry and it has been trouble-free thus far. Oil changes, battery, tires and brakes are the only things the car has needed.
With unemployment at 10% no one in America should be driving one. I know that will meet with opposition, but it is simply my opinion.
75% of all parts and manufacturing is Made in America on US names.
For Honda it is 59%. Toyota 46%. Nissan around 40%.
by aka-dj 9 years ago
This topic seems to be almost devoid of conversation. What form of transport do you use?Car, bicycle, public transport . . . ? Why? What would you like to drive, if you could?
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How do we can alter a TOYOTA Corolla to get a sporty look?
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