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Pros: Maintenance free and 35 mpg.115,000 trouble free miles. Only oil changes every 7500 miles and a set of tires. I'll buy another one if it ever wears out. I'm going for 300,000!
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Pros: how it looks
Cons: that naver gave me problomsit was a really good and it stills runs and it was the best car i had
No problems with my 2007 Solara Convertible!
Pros: Fit and finish.
Cons: the left bottom side of the dash layoutVery smooth ride, good road feel, quality of fit and finish is obvious. Engine power is extremely adequate and quiet. Glides on a hi-way. Easily keeps up with other cars. Decent mileage, uses reg. 87 octane. Would definitely buy again. No cons here.
Please Toyota make another Solara
Pros: The over all look of the car.
Cons: Under poweredI am a coup guy who loves my Solora. Toyota stopped making them in 2008. Please make them or a replacement. I love the car and would buy another one. I love everything about it, but the paint scratches to easily. I also would like mor power. Over all it's a great car and I would very much like to buy another one.
Pros: Cruise Control,Large Trunk, Legroom
Cons: Interior cloth on seats and doors
Advice: If you want ABS Brakes, look hard to find one as it is an optional item and is not easy to get.I am very happy so far with my vehicle since I've purchased it about 6 weeks ago. Get up and go can be a little slow at times, but when it goes, its gone. I had to get used to the light pedal, because I would hit 85 mph and not realize it (my Camry had heavy peds). The radio controls are a little ways from the drivers position, as is the steering wheel. using the 4 and 8 o'clock position makes it manageable. The interior cloth feels like a washcloth, but has so far been easy to vacuum clean. As far as road noise goes, it is noticeable, but not to bad. The car does sway in high winds and big rig crossings, but what can you do when your cars weighs roughly 16-1700 lbs? The stereo is great, and easy to use. Wish I had gotten a car with the changer though. Overall, I'm happy with my purchase as Ive have been with my Toyotas of past. My gas mileage on average has been about 39-40 mpgs, considering its mostly highway.
Pros: the radio/cd player
Cons: Loss of control
Advice: Look for a more reliable carMPG is a far cry from the advertising put out by Toyota. In careful city driving, at its optimum it gets 23 miles per gallon. Has never gotten over 30 mpg on the highway. The car surges; and I never know when this will haappen. Removing my foot from the gas pedal does not slow the car down. It continues to accelerate.
Pros: Exterior appearance
Cons: Terrible winter car
Advice: Consider where you live and how 'fancy' a car you expectMy 2005 Corolla is the most attractive car I've ever owned; however I'm disappointed in some other features. I've felt relatively safe and confident in the mechanical quality, though half a dozen times in the last year it hasn't started right away. This is disappointing as my 1987 Corolla was AWESOME. Gas mileage is 32 highway when it should be getting 38 (last Corolla got 40 hwy). Worst of all, this car cannot get out of its own way. Terrible in winter weather. I believe that what was expected and what I got is quite different. Shouldn't these cars get BETTER as they are redefined? Having said that, I would recommend the Corolla CE to someone living down south and who doesn't care about lacking the bells and whistles.