2012 Toyota Corolla User Reviews
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- Better than advertised fuel milege, love the looks and ride of my "S" model.
- Wish there were more aftermarket performance products for the 1.8 L.
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I have owned several Toyota 4-runners, Matrix's and Camry's and currently own a 2012 Prius (had an '05 for a good while too). I have had graet luck with my Toyota's so I bought a 2012 Corolla "S" model (nautical blue) to keep some miles of my 4 wheel drive SUV ,which I use primarily for beach fishing. I have an 11 year old daughter and I plan on passing my new Corolla down to her for college, hence the "S" model. I had a 2009 Ford Focus which was my wife's but it was a lemon - the dealer could never get the AC to work right. We replaced that with the Prius and I took advantage of the low rate to get the Corolla too. I have read a number of not so good reviews about the new Corolla's being outdated but have fallen in love with mine at 3,500 miles! I don't know about the adverse reviews but I love my new Corolla "S". Put a K&N air filter on it and the Prius and I am getting better than advertised MPG's on both.
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