An old rusty car but fun to drift.This one is powered with 4AGZE supercharged engine.Engine derived from AE101 Toyota Corolla .
p.s : sorry for the raw unedited video. :-)
THE BEST OF TOYOTA COROLLA VERSO
Toyota Corolla reveal SEMA 2009
From the LA Auto Show, Cars****'s Patrick Olsen walks you through the new 2009 Toyota Corolla.
Shot and produced by: Eric Rossi
Edited by: Lindsay Bjerregaard
Video car review of the brand new 2009 Toyota Corolla shot in Cary North Carolina.
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Originally scheduled to debut late last year, the sport-tuned 2005 Toyota Corolla XRS arrives with a slightly modified version of the 1.8-liter inline four engine and six-speed manual transmission found in both the Celica GT-S and Matrix XRS. The engine makes 170 horsepower but has a broader range of power than in the other two cars. A stiffer suspension, 16-inch alloy wheels and sharper steering complement the engine's performance intent. Sport seats and a liberal sprinkling of themed badging and trim lets you know that the 2005 Toyota Corolla XRS is no ordinary economy sedan. All 2005 Toyota Corollas receive a fresh face, with new bumper, grille and headlight treatments, along with restyled rear taillights. The uplevel Corolla LE gets Lexus-style Optitron gauges, fabric-covered sun visors and a center console lid. Base CE and premium LE Corollas get fresh wheel covers and the sporty S model receives a new front spoiler, fog lamps and smoked headlamp masking. Side curtain airbags and vehicle stability control are new options on all 2005 Toyota Corolla sedans.
Some dude showcasing his skills in this old Toyota Corolla backflip version. Legend has it, this Toyota Racing Europe car was the one that won VMAS last one.
Cars****'s Kelsey Mays walks you through the 2009 Toyota Corolla.
Shot,edited and produced by: Sarah Gersh
Nads and Riceboytv check out Bowl’s LA owner Brandon Leung and his turbocharged panda-colored AE86 hachi roku Toyota Corolla. Fully built 4A-GE motor with an AE-101 block, HKS goodies, Dori Dori mesh rims, Falken Azenis tires, Project Mu brakes, carbon fiber Seibon doors, and Bride XAX racing seats.
Toyota is famous as the first car company to release Hybrids upon the public, and their Prius has become a runaway success. But their non-Hybrid cars are still very fuel efficient, and none more so than the old reliable Toyota Corolla. With a mileage rating of 26 MPGs in the city and 35 MPGs freeway for the manual version and 27 city, 35 freeway for the automatic model, Corrolla is one of the most fuel efficient cars on the market, hybrid or not. And the sticker price for a basic, non loaded Corolla is a very affordable 15,000 dollars, more than five grand less than most new hybrids will run you. And think of it this way... it might not get the mileage of a Prius, but the lower sticker price and still relativley high MPGs might actually end up being the more economic choice until, and that's certainly true until you drive a more expensive Hybrid for years. An incredibly reliable car, the Corolla makes up for what it lacks in flash in fuel efficiency and dependability. So if you're looking for a car with very high MPG stats, a low sticker price, and you're not worried about driving something with a lot of flash and bling, then the classic Corolla might be your best option. I'm HOST
Toyota Corolla -japanese quality!
I picked up an old Toyota Corolla SR5 for my favorite complainer. Turns out she complained about the car not having power windows. *yawn*