I think the pope would dig this guy.
But he's a great with the kids and the media loves him.
retired. All the nuns had corollas, kept in perfect condition. When it came time for various nuns to stop driving or get a new car, my aunt would sell us the used Corollas to us for $500. It was fantastic. We had a little fleet of nun cars.
...with just the right amount of cool.
Get those old Volkswagens ready.
My car is like me: dependable, but just a little dangerous.
"S" is supposed to mean sport.
*borrows Ryan Braun's soapbox*
For example, I driving a 2005 MINI Cooper S. The standard MINI engine is a 1.6L 4 cylinder that makes, 110hp. The Cooper S makes 165 due to the supercharger put on top of the standard engine. It also has a different suspension that makes it more capable in the twisty bits. Sport(y).
The Corolla has some plastic shit bolted on and at last check has rear drum brakes. It is essentially an appearance package. Not sport(y).
*steps off soap box, flips Braun the bird, and exits stage left*
spoiler is a nice look. And it's a nice looking car.
regular versions. It does not give it a different suspension that I know of.
I have a Matrix S. The base model has a 1.8 L, and the S has a 2.4L.
Now ask me if I know what any of that means and no I don't. I just know that when the shit goes down, I can accelerate the hell out of there. It's really nice for getting on the freeway. I'm used to putt putting into traffic and this thing moves baby.
The Corolla's all have the sample 1.8L engine.
I will have you drive my car while Sarah is driving yours. You can tell me if I have good pep or not.
GT. But that's just my own personal taste.