Toyota Corolla 1998 Problems

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Toyota Corolla 1998: What is it worth?

Answered by CarsGuide 24 May 2019

A guide would be $1500 to $3500. A more accurate price would be dependent on condition and service history etc.


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Small reliable car options

Answered by CarsGuide 1 Dec 2014

The two new arrivals this year, the Mazda2 and Jazz, both get The Tick from me. The Jazz is better value in the basic car and the Mazda rival has a more substantial feel. Go for the Honda.

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Old faithful

Answered by CarsGuide 15 Feb 2008

YOU'RE right to look at Toyotas for their renowned reliability. The car has average kilometres for a 10-year-old model. If it's in good condition, is safe, and has been well serviced, then consider it. Old Toyotas tend to battle on if they've been well looked after.

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Belt up for own good

Answered by CarsGuide 16 Mar 2007

NORMALLY the timing belt would be changed at 150,000km, but there's usually a time period specified as well as the distance. Your car would have exceeded the time limit, being nine years old. I would definitely change the belt.

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