Toyota corolla S 2010 4 cylinder pros and cons and what to look for when purchasing The good and bad ?
If it was properly treated and maintained, and the price is right, it’s a great choice.
You’ll want to take it to a reputable shop for a thorough look-see. There are lots of things that an experienced mechanic with a lift can see that you cannot.
That is, of course, assuming that everything feels good on a good test drive that includes highway miles. If it fails the test drive, keep looking. Never buy a used car with obvious problems of unknown cause. You’ll lose every time.
Pros: It’s a Toyota. It’s fuel efficient. It will last a long time if properly cared for.
Cons: It’s slow. It’s boring. It’s an appliance car. If you don’t care about driving, these will not be cons. If you like cars, you’ll merely tolerate a Corolla.
“It’s Slow, It’s Boring”. Isn’t that Toyotas’ Advertising Catch Phrase…
UUhhhh. That red 2000 GT would be a nice piece of equipment in the garage.
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