Toyota Corolla 1994 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Toyota Corolla 1994 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Used Toyota Corolla review: 1989-1994
As the new AE90 series Toyota Corolla was entering the market in the late-1980s the small car was beginning a transformation.Read More
Used Toyota Corolla review: 1994-1999
Local car production was in full swing as the 1990s began. So strong was it that Toyota expanded its local manufacturing capacity with a new plant at Altona, in Melbourne's south-west.Read More
Toyota Corolla: Replacing timing belt
If it hasn't been changed before it's long overdue, on time and on mileage. Toyota service specialists recommend changing every 100,000 km and/or five years, and the risk is too great to ignore the recommendation.
Suitable tyres for Corolla
The tyres she has bought in the past are very cheap ones and I would suggest she should look at a better quality tyre, such as a Michelin the next time if she wants better mileage. She could also have the alignment checked to make sure all is in order in that area as well.
Used Toyota Corolla review: 1991-1994
The mere mention of the name Corolla conjures up an image of a well-built, reliable and accomplished small car. There is no better example of what the Corolla is about than the AE92 model Toyota ...Read More
We haven't done a report on the EA Corolla, but will put it on the list. Generally, the Corolla is a well-built, trouble-free car. But they are now getting up in miles, so you can anticipate problems occurring. Carefully check for signs of a crash -- there's every chance of a crash on a car of that age. Check for a service record, particularly for evidence of cam belt changes.