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Great Reliable Vehicle- at 15 miles or over 180,000 miles by Kenosha Kid on 01/29/2011. Trim: 2003 Toyota Corolla CE, Owned 9 years.
Pros: I purchased this car brand new in April 2002. It was one of the first 2003 Corolla's to hit the road in Wisconsin. I sold off a 2000 Park Avenue with less than 36,000 miles on it that was nothing but trouble. My 2003 Corolla now has over 180,000 miles on it. Replaced the original starter at 171,500. The original brakes were replaced at 150,000 miles, the mechanic said it was not needed, but was purchasing my second replacement set of tires, so I had them do the brakes with the tires. I have the Toyota dealership perform all scheduled maintenance including oil changes. Most people do not believe the car is as old as it is. Love the reliability and economical operation.
Cons: The lack of problems has not enticed me to buy a new car. I have never had a brand new car so long and with so much mileage. Prior to the 2003 Corolla we replaced our vehicles every two to three years. As a result of our great experience with the Corolla we purchased in February 2003 a 2003 4 cylinder brand new Camry that has not been broken in yet at 120,000 miles. Also trouble free.
Overall review: I would highly recommend this vehicle. Especially if you are able to acquire the service records. Economical to operate, easy to park and so reliable.
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