Written on: 13/11/2008
The Toyota Corona Exiv is a very stylish car. The engine gives excellent performance over other cars. The pillarless doors give it a coupe like presence. (read more)
Written on: 23/02/2007 by nsumbi (1 review written)
This is a an excellent machine. It is like a normal work car Monday to Friday and spots car on weekends & holidays. The power is excellent so is ground clearance and internal space. Add the split rear seats. For a 2 litre, the fuel consumption is just excellent (up to 11 km/litre). I have driven this car for a 900km journey and the returns are very good. The car has climate control so I never open my windows, keeping the interior clean at no significant additional fuel cost. I like when... (read more)
Written on: 22/02/2006 by snoman (1 review written)
I'm lucky i bought a Toyota Corona EXIV that has TRD coil over and had been certified and a TRD gear box, an Apexi pod filter carbon fiber strut bars, one on top and one at the bottom. 2 and a half inch exhaust system 17inch weds sport white pearl mags. I love the car it's quick but not off the mark it gets up to 200ks in 4th gear and with the coil over you can take a 90 degree corner @90ks in the dry and wont spin out! The cops don't even look at you it looks so family! I have had a race... (read more)
Written on: 03/11/2005 by meathorse (1 review written)
The Toyota Corona EXIV is an absolutely fantastic car!
Mine is a 1994 TR-G, 5-speed manual featuring a 2L 3S-GE motor and Super-Stut suspension. Almost everything mechanical except the body shell is based on the '94 generation Celica - right down to the 180BHP 2L motor!
Heaps of power (if you really need more than this you don't know how to drive it!), slick quite short gearbox. I love the way it pulls over 4k RPM all the way to 7k red line!
Handles like a dream - just like a Go-Kart,... (read more)
Written on: 05/11/2003 by raggy (1 review written)
The Toyota Corona EXIV Saloon offers Smooth driving, handles great with little body roll into corners. Economical and reliable. Sporty cabin feels like you're in a 2 door, low ride.
Could do with more power. A turbo would be great excepting that you can get a lot of wheel spin as it is withthe 2 ltr/ 5 sp. Back seats are very small. (read more)
Written on: 01/09/2003 by Kevsden (1 review written)
I own a Toyota Corona EXIV 1999 Corona exiv and have not had any problems major or minor problems yet. (read more)
Written on: 22/04/2003 by Dare Me.
The car is good enough to handle most of the six cylinders. Its a four cylinder 16valve which wont worry about any other car if the servicing is done properly. It would do in 9's in 400metres if someone is interested to take it up for racing and put Nos and all the HKS stuffs.The car is light and can clock 180km/h in any time (allready tested). The car can be also named as a four door Celica. Levins are just to be sayed sports but someone try this car out and then you can make out why exiv... (read more)
Written on: 12/04/2002 by Megs.
The Toyota Corona EX IV is a lovely car to drive. Combines good handling with comfort. Mine's an 1800cc auto but has good pep and achieves excellent economy (650kms+ per tank). Large boot, phenominal air conditioning unit, lovely stereo with quality wiring/set-up, factory boxed/ported front speakers and good 6" rears producing good sound, air purifying unit, climate control, etc. Minimal leg room in back seat, as with most Japanese cars, but overall very comfortable. (read more)
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