2015 Toyota Corolla LE Eco – HybridCars.com Review

2015 Toyota Corolla LE Eco – HybridCars.com Review

Long before the first hybrids came along 15 years ago, there were generally described “fuel sippers” and if any conventionally powered car can be called one of these, it would be the Toyota…

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Tabish Syed says:

Good review. Solid reliable car. 

Robert Andrews says:

I just bought the 2015 Corolla LE eco and I really love it. Mine is
evergreen mica and drives like a charm. I hope to see great mpg on the
highway. The space in the care is really great.

Victor11649 says:

I just got the 2015 corolla LE but I was wondering if the dvd drive can
also play movies? I dont want to try because im afraid of messing it up. 

Honesty Counts says:

I drive a 2006 Corolla (with 170,000 miles on it) and so far its been
trouble free. Just last month the only thing I had to do was have some
welds on the exhaust flange near the muffler re-welded because they were
cracking, but other than that there has been zero problems with the car.
I’ve replaced the battery at 100,000 miles because batteries usually go
dead around there. I’ve replaced the tires countless times. I’ve changed
just regular things like wipers, brake pads, floor mats, engine oil and
other fluids, but nothing else. My car has been hit from the side twice
now (always the other guy’s faults), and I just push out the dents and
spray paint it with more black paint, so my repair costs are near $$$
zero. And that’s a good thing because at the age of my car if I went to
insurance companies to get my car repaired the cost of repair is higher
than the market value of the car, so they would have just scrapped the car
and given me $50 to go get another car (good luck with that). Anyways,
using Mobil 1 synthetic oil seems to keep the engine really clean, no
sludging, and I think I can get another 100,000 miles out of it easily
before I go and buy a new car. I love the reliability of my old Corolla but
I sat in the newer designs and I just cannot get used to the fact that the
new seating position is a lot lower, the roof is a lot lower, and the
result is that I don’t get as good of a view out head to see the road that
I get in my OLD Corolla. So when my old car goes I’m probably going to go
out and buy a used 2006 – 2008 Corolla again, but with less miles it. If I
had to buy a NEW car, it would probably be the new Nissan Micra as I sat in
one and it had the feel of the old Corolla (nice and high seating position,
good view all around). There is a new Mazda2 coming out, and I really like
that too, so I might get that instead. I just cannot get used to the lower
seating profile of this new Corolla design, it completely turned me away.

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