Does it feel that consumption of 1.3 auto corolla is equivalent to 1.8 auto civic or 1.8 auto Altis in the city and even worse then a 1.8 civic // 1.8 Altis auto on the highway ??
Just asking ...
This hight ruining the beauty of car.
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The real beauty of this car is that it has no problems with the speed- (and chassis) breakers that abound on Pakistani roads.
Bro, if you compare 10th Gen Corolla and 11th Corolla side by side, you'll come to know that 10th Gen Corolla is lower than 11th Gen.
Just a general question. Foud bhai, are you missing your ex ride? I mean it's almost been a month, how do you feel?
So what is your point?
My point is that there should be less gap between tyre and fender like previous model.
Why? It is a new design with a different body and suspension.
Actually thats a strength of this car.you can take it anywhere to northern areas and all the bad roads which make up 70 % of Pakistan
Driving reborn I am always extremly careful crossing breakers and high bumps which would be no prob for this corolla
So, you are saying 10th Gen lacked this thing?
Even the previous gen could be taken on all those routes man. The ride height at the rear end is bad by default.
Yes my 10th gen GLI touched ground and breakers many time
Bro, i have driven 10th Gen on every kind of roads in Pakistan but it didn't touched the ground.
Current corolla is a perfect but hight of the car is not good at all.
I agree .... Its ridicoulously high and gap between fender and tyre is too much .... This gap must have been less keeping the ride at same height as it is now
Exactly, and that is such a relief. It passes through all the speed breakers and broken roads untouched, no matter how many people are sitting in the car.
Anyway, anyone knows what's the ground clearance of this corolla?
10th Gen has 160mm.
Its high from the back coz its a luggage carrier as taxi , seen many near air port with trunk full of luggage and still not touching speed breakers
I love this Corolla and it's high ground clearance. Yesterday it went smoothly through Peshawar Morr Interchange construction site through deep muddy potholes and a ditch at the entrance of Bahria Town like a knife in the warm butter and yet it's road grip and handling is amazing.
Knife in the warm butter .... Nice metaphor