Toyota Corolla - VERY LOW MILEAGE (CHICAGO) $3050

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Old 27 May 2010, 08:45 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Toyota Corolla - VERY LOW MILEAGE (CHICAGO) $3050

I am selling the a 1999 Toyota Corolla CE

The Cons:
Damaged bumper
There is a minor shallow dent on the driver side of the door
Some minor scratches on the side door
the front tires are 3/4 worn, but the rears are in good shape.
engine light has been on for 4 years after forgetting to lock the fuel cap, but drove for years since, and turned it off before emission test and no issues.

The Pros:
Very low mileage for 11 year old car (59,200)
Mechanically, this car is in very good condition
Gets high fuel efficiency for an old car (around 33 mph on highways)
Recently replaced new parts including new battery, starter, wipers, brake pads.
Fluids are good and in good color
Interior is still in good shape, no rips and holes on the seats

Overall, the exterior of the car is in fair condition. This car is still very dependable and very good fuel efficiency, never had engine issues and never broke down before. Very low mileage, and the parts are in good condition and some new parts also. If you are very interested, please email me or call me at 312-912-4497 and we can talk about the details.
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