turbo_corolla
turbocorolla
9/5/19
8:33 AM
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He is selling this for 11 grand and it’s dirty as hell inside. I’m going to be selling my wagon for 2,100 and its going to be a hell of a lot cleaner.

8/27/19
12:18 PM
1

We have them all on disk. My son and his friend always pick tokyo drift to watch.

8/26/19
9:33 PM
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Im not going to say “yes”, just because I am not sure what the car calls for, be it regular or synthetic. I know that when we had our jetta, oil changes were always more expensive because it was a 6.5qt system. But yes, there are times that the Kia dealer doesn’t get things right. E.G:

8/26/19
7:09 PM
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For $45, my Kia dealer does the oil change, tire rotate and (if they have time) run it next door for a car wash. If they don't have time, we get a coupon for a free wash. 

8/25/19
5:54 PM
12

A friends family had one. I didn't know they were cool like that. We had a Ford Windstar...

8/23/19
4:30 PM
8

Won’t fight you, for you are obviously suffering from some kind of psychosis and should be deemed mentally ill. 

8/23/19
11:20 AM
8

Whenever I drove stick, I set the parking brake, let off the regular brake to let the truck settle, then put it in gear as a precaution. 

8/23/19
10:05 AM
1

I had a 1991 silverado a few years ago that I got by trading a broken down ranger and a Corolla missing it's engine. Truck had some engine work done, too. I hit a deer at 65 mph, insurance company didn't want to fix it. I "paid" about $900 worth of scrap vehicles. Insurance paid $2,700. 

8/18/19
8:16 PM
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In 2009 my wife and I got a 2006 jetta with 40,000 miles. She loved the thing. We had relatively few issues with it for 6 years and 120,000 miles. Had to replace all of the wheel bearing at around 140.000 miles, and the driver side axel at 145.000 due to a year in the dust cover that was starting to ruin the u-joints.

8/11/19
11:38 AM
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Oh yes. Hitting a pot hole going around a corner can result in some odd behavior as well. 

8/8/19
8:15 PM
2

Not included, but a refurbished set can be added on. According to the listing. 

8/7/19
7:14 PM
4

Dude, I couldn’t agree more. My wife and I got one a few years ago for a 2 week trip. We went from Kansas City out to Chattanooga and down to Alabama. Had it been just us, it’s terrible storage space could have been forgiven. Add our son and my wife’s grandmother in and our 4 (FOUR!!!!) carry on size bags maxed out

8/7/19
11:11 AM
1

I’m 6'4", 220 pounds and can't have the seat all of the way back in my wife's forte. I can also almost fit comfortably in the back with the driver seat in my position. 

7/25/19
3:12 PM
1

I was thinking the same thing. My 2002 impala is rated 28 or 29. I routinely average 29 in mostly highway driving.