Popular 2005 Toyota Corolla models

Toyota Corolla cars are one of the most popular cars in the world, and the 2005 Toyota Corolla is no exception. The Toyota brand has never disappointed its customers when it comes to the quality of their services, and they are not about to start any time soon. It is one of the world’s leading automakers, and customers love to drive their vehicles to enjoy comfort and refinement at an affordable rate.

Most people may feel that 2005 Toyota Corolla cars are outdated and not in use. Newer car versions come out every year, and 2005 feels like a pretty far year. Anyone born in 2005 would probably be celebrating his/her 15th birthday anniversary.

But, the 2005 Toyota Corolla cars may feel outdated but are extremely functional. They are one of the few sets of cars that have stood the test of time. They combine functionality, comfort, and affordability at the same time.

The Toyota Corolla car model was first developed in the late 60s, and has undergone over 50 years of constant renovation and reshaping, and has over 7 generations with different updates and revisions. But we’re going to specifically take a look at 2005 Toyota Corolla Models:

  • Toyota Corolla Sport: This car is portable and comfortable. It boasts of a nice sporty shape and has smoked headlight extenders and fog lamps integrated into the car. This car also has an aerodynamic body package that includes rear mudguards, rocker panel extensions, color-keyed front, and rear underbody spoilers. It delivers both automatic and manual transmission.

The internal features are impressive as well. It has a unique interior design that features shift knob, tachometer, chrome accents, and a very comfortable leather-wrapped steering wheel. Your safety is assured in this car because it comes with power door locks, cruise control, power mirrors, power windows with keyless entry, and the seat height can be adjusted vertically

  • 2005 Toyota Corolla LE: The beautiful thing about the 2005 Toyota Corolla LE is that it runs with both manual and automatic gearboxes. So, you don’t have to worry about not knowing how to drive with either type. The additional features include halogen headlamps, intermittent wipers, power windows, remote keyless entry, etc. It looks almost like the Toyota Corolla Sport but less sporty.

The interior design is finer. The cloth seat surfaces are upgraded, and it has attractive aluminum wheels. It has luxurious cabin space for both drivers and passengers to enjoy. Sunroof and cruise control are also in place.

  • 2005 Toyota Corolla XRS: Two unique features that make this car stand out are its exterior trim and special interior design. It has a 16-inch aluminum wheel and Michelin performance tires which are upgrades from the 15-inch tires used in other Toyota Corolla models (yeebia). The suspension is sport-tuned with reversed steering. It also has front and rear disc brakes and cruise control.

Its engine is 1.8 L running at 170 hp, with 6-speed transmission.