2008 Toyota Corolla
98,756 Miles
$9,998

Fresno, CA
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2008 Toyota Corolla
110,180 Miles
$8,998

Irvine, CA
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2008 Toyota Corolla
30,466 Miles
$10,998

Columbus, GA
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2008 Toyota Corolla
62,355 Miles
$9,998

Davie, FL
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2008 Toyota Corolla
71,971 Miles
$10,599

Fremont, CA
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2008 Toyota Corolla
100,224 Miles
$5,888

North Brunswick, NJ
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2008 Toyota Corolla
138,059 Miles
$5,995

Hollywood, FL
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2008 Toyota Corolla
138,642 Miles
$7,095

Hickory, NC
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2008 Toyota Corolla
83,439 Miles
$7,384

Mishawaka, IN
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2008 Toyota Corolla
146,065 Miles
$5,991

Redwood City, CA
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2008 Toyota Corolla
35,243 Miles
$7,995

Brevard, NC
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2008 Toyota Corolla
113,445 Miles
$5,750

Rock Springs, WY
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2008 Toyota Corolla
89,328 Miles
$7,245

Savannah, GA
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2008 Toyota Corolla
131,457 Miles
$5,000

Athens, OH
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2008 Toyota Corolla
166,576 Miles
$4,599

Maple Shade, NJ
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2008 Toyota Corolla
55,105 Miles
$8,991

Denver, CO
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2008 Toyota Corolla
121,759 Miles
$6,999

Brooklyn Center, MN
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2008 Toyota Corolla
150,514 Miles
$5,788

Ham Lake, MN
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2008 Toyota Corolla
61,095 Miles
$9,998

Puyallup, WA
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2008 Toyota Corolla Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.5
2 Reviews
Overall
3.5
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.5

2008 Toyota Corolla Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2008 Toyota Corolla - Practical

Nick
New Orleans, Louisiana
Overall
3.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
Love the fuel efficiency. It is also great for city driving as it is compact. Drives smooth for small car Dislike that it has slow pick up on highway. Kind of looks ugly, not quite sure how to explain it.
Story
Road trips to spring break in college
Pros
Fuel Efficiency. High resale value
Cons
Weird looking. Slow pick up

2008 Toyota Corolla - This vehicle is so good on gas, it makes no sense.

J.A
Chester, Virginia
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I absolutely love this car. It has never died on me. It can go for very long distances, without much trouble. It is the opposite of a gas guzzler, it saves me a lot of money every week. The only problem that I have with it is that sometimes I have to power steer really hard and it makes me uncomfortable while driving. The handling is pretty decent, it's not like my mom's car. My mom's car is a four wheel drive, unlike my car which is only a front wheel drive. There are times when I get mad at my car because it doesn't have an aux cord feature. It does not make sense. It really confuses me. The 2007 model has an AUX cord feature but the 2008 model does not and I just don't understand that design decision. Other than that, my car has never given me any problems. The long distance driving... (more)
Pros
This is an economy car, a little higher priced for that purpose but you get what you pay for. What I was willing to pay for was dependability, good gas mileage and easy to drive. What I got was exactly that. I bought this car new in 2008 and have driven it 120,000 miles and it has NEVER been in the shop except for oil changes, new brake pads and tires. It has been very dependable and worth every dollar I paid for it. It isn't a sexy car, or the best handling or very powerful but it does get around 33 miles per gallon, nice trunk space and decent interior space for its size. Overall, this c... (more)
Cons
Corollas aren’t built to win races. Speed is not one of its strengths. One criticism is that the car can feel more like a boat at times even at full-speed on the highway. It can be slow to accelerate especially from a complete stop. The Ford Focus handles better in its steering, it’s “feel” and acceleration. The Focus, as alternative to the Corolla, has many of the same pros and cons, the biggest pro being that it’s for the flashy rather than the frugal. The 2008 Toyota Corolla is right for anyone if you’re cost-conscience, informed, and smart. At points there were moments where I would tr... (more)

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