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Report Created On: 2014-04-21

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Number of OwnersEstimated 1 Owner - More Details
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Engine & Vehicle Information
Engine1.8L L4 DOHC 16V
Steering TypeR&P
Anti Brake System (ABS)Non-ABS | 4-Wheel ABS
Vehicle Specification
Tank Size13.20 gallon
Overall Height58.50 in.
Overall Length178.30 in.
Overall Width66.90 in.
Standard Seating5
Optional Seating-
Vehicle Fuel Efficiency
Highway Mileage38 - 41 miles/gallon
City Mileage30 - 32 miles/gallon
Estimated Vehicle Pricing & Value
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Base Invoice-
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Really fun car
by C2 on November 07, 2007 20:15

I bought the XRS 2 1/2 years ago. It's a great, fun car for a real value. I wasn't excited about buying a Corolla until I found out about the XRS - then I had to have it. As soon as I test drove it, within minutes, I knew I had to have this car. Really fun to own and drive.

Best car I've ever owned!
by Dusty Jarhead on February 18, 2009 08:32

I've had this car over four years and it's been 100% reliable, best handling car I've driven, great performance, and the seat gives my fairly seriously messed-up spine the best support I've found in a car seat. Mileage is very good - the only vehicle I've owned that used less gas was a Suzuki/Chevy Swift/Sprint. I'd buy this again without hesitation and have recommended the model to other folks since I got mine.

Xrs owner
by Brian on April 21, 2006 09:49

I have now owned the car for over a year and a half. I'm 22 and may be a little ruff with it at times. I love the car, but had a few problems with it. At 22,000 miles two tires blew and by 30,000 I had replace the other two. At about 15,000 miles the fuel injector had to be replaced already. The clutch fried out at 37,000 miles and had to pay $1,400 to have it replaced. But over all I wouldn't trade it for anything, I don't know why it's just a nice car.

XRS is worth it
by Dave on January 30, 2007 07:02

I had purchased a Matrix XR...always wishing I had a Matrix XRS. I couldn't find one when I started looking again so I got the Corolla XRS and am loving it. I've put 15000 miles on it in the last year. I purchased snow tires for winter as the summer rated tires suck in the snow and cold we have in Minnesota.

2005-2006 XRS is good to have one
by Andy on June 23, 2010 18:03

I had my 1986 Corolla GTS before and now I have chance to own a XRS. Though Corolla is an entry level of Toyota but still surprises me after many years! After 9 months driving, I am really satisfied with it. As a used car, the price go down a lot to a reasonable amount. However, the cornering still need to be improved by upgrading aftermarket parts. The original tuned suspension is unable to handle this car anymore which I feel too soft. 0-60 mph only 7.2 sec with top speed 130 mph (Lock by limiter) and 28 mpg with mixing freeway and local (I live in SF Bay area) If you plan to buy Scion tC, I would recommend you to have this one instead if you don't mind have a used car.

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