Built exclusively in North America, the Toyota Corolla returns for the 1998 model year completely redesigned in the interior and exterior... Read More
Built exclusively in North America, the Toyota Corolla returns for the 1998 model year completely redesigned in the interior and exterior and equipped with an all-new powerplant. The Corollas new powerplant offers 15 more horsepower than its predecessor. This year three Corolla trim levels are available, the base level VE, the mid-line CE and the top-of-the-line fully equipped LE. Standard safety features include daytime running lamps with an auto/off feature, dual airbags and front and rear crumple zones. For the first time on Corolla models, side impact airbags are offered as available options. The Corolla also comes standard with power steering, a remote fuel-filler door release and a stainless steel exhaust system. Minimize
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58 Reviews from Epinions.com
Nov 30, 2006
Big Wheels Keep On Turnin'
Pros: Keeps going, and going. No major issues.
Cons: Faulty lighting systems.
Reliable car. You honestly have no worries in this ride. Aside from oil changes, this car rarely gets sick. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 1, 2002
Jack in a box.
Pros: Comfortable, well-priced, safe and excellent fuel efficiency.
If price, reliability and safety are your initiatives, this is THE car to buy. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 26, 2006
Great Reliabity and Value
Pros: Great features, reliability, and value.
Cons: Jittery at highway speeds, cramped space in rear seat area.
Reliable, fun car that's easy on gas and your wallet. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 28, 2006
Tough little bugger :-)
Pros: Reliability, fuel economy, just a well-built car
Cons: "Extras" are limited, can't accommodate large numbers of people or things
I think it's wonderful for someone of limited means who needs basic cheap transportation. If you can afford it, however, buy up. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 3, 2004
5 Years and Still Going Strong
Pros: Reliability, Comfort, Peace-of-Mind, Price, Gas Mileage
Cons: Lack of Knee Space in the Backseats, Strong Winds make the Ride Less Smooth
The '98 Corolla is a great deal because it requires few repairs, is powerful, and gives the owner peace of mind. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 11, 2008
I loved my Toyota Corolla LE!
Pros: Wonderful, reliable, never breaks down!
Cons: Expensive spark plugs, few cosmetic flaws, paint bad
Wonderful, reliable car! Delivered Pizza and newspapers, couldn't break it! I was terrible with maintenance, but it still always ran. Great buy! Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 30, 2007
Reliability, Simplicity and Value
Pros: Reliability, great fuel economy, easy maintenance, solid fit and finish, good ride quality.
Cons: Somewhat weak air conditioning.
If you want something that will get you from point A to point B economically, in reasonable comfort and with a minimum of fuss, this car will do you well. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 15, 2000
Who could ask for anything more?
Pros: Safe, reliable, easy to drive, good looking car.
Cons: Cannot shut off lights if you want, while running the vehicle. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 24, 2000
I Love the reliability of this car
Pros: runs great, high mileage-low maintainence vehicle, great for traveling worry free
Cons: less leg room in back Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 24, 2000
Dependable, Reliable - A Great Investment!!
Pros: Very dependable, and affordable
Cons: Your butt starts to fall asleep on long rides. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 25, 2000
Love my Corollas!
Pros: reliable all the way!
Cons: let me think about this one.... Read More at Epinions.com