Sunday, 9 October 2011

Toyota corolla gli 2010

Toyota corolla gli 2010 Its shape is same as Toyota XLI and Little more luxury and features have been added in

Toyota corolla gli 2010 
 Toyota corolla gli 2010
Toyota corolla gli 2010 
for sale at Islamabad  More Details:This is Toyota Corolla 2010
Toyota corolla gli 2010

Toyota corolla gli 2010

Toyota corolla gli 2010

Toyota corolla gli 2010

Toyota corolla gli 2010

Toyota corolla gli 2010

Toyota corolla gli 2010

Toyota corolla gli 2010

Toyota corolla gli 2010

Toyota corolla gli 2010
Toyota corolla gli 2010

is latest model of Toyota released in Pakistan. It has 1300 CC VVTI 16 Valve DOHC engine with 5 speed manual gears. It has EPS Electronic power steering and power windows with power side view mirrors. This is the major difference between Corolla XLI and Corolla GLI because in Corolla XLI although there is EPS (Electronic power steering) but it does not have power windows and power side view mirrors. Another difference between XLI and GLI is that in GLI there is Audio system remote control with 4 speakers but in XLI Audio system is available with only 2 speakers. The fuel tank capacity of GLI is same as XLI and ATLIS which is 55 L. GLI has same leather interior as XLI and ATLIS but in GLI and ATLIS sunroof is available which is not available in XLI. Another difference is GLI has central door lock system as ATLIS but XLI does not have this system. As for as the safety is concerned only Corolla ATLIS has SRS air bag (driver side) both XLI and GLI does not have this feature. GLI is available in variety of colors i.e. White, Black, Strong Blue Metallic, Gun Metallic , Jarama beige, Grayish Blue, Shimmering Green, Silver (1D4) as compared with XLI which is available in only black and white color. In conclusion Corolla GLI is very comfortable and luxury car which is especially suitable for local conditions. The recent model of Toyota Gli 2010 has the same shape and features. It is known that this model of Toyota GLi is going good in the market and people are liking it therefor there are less chances of its shape change in 2010.

Toyota Corolla is a car very sensitive with good reliability. Specifications and features are too and it has all the personality of an almond white Frigidaire. Toyota strives to build vehicles to match customer interest and thus they are typically built with popular options, option packages, excellent specifications and best features.The new Toyota Corolla is designed to meet to meet the most off-road driving. Misuse may cause injury or damage. Toyota encourages responsible operation to protect yourself, your car and environment.It has a good quality interior, excellent fuel economy, best exterior design and people buy the Corolla looks.The for reasons of common sense: fuel consumption , the interior space, affordability, quality and reliability. Corolla beats other compacts decisively on only two of these criteria: energy efficiency and the room. Quality, at least judging by the precision with which pieces fit together is not so good.

This model was not as successful compared to previous series due to a rising yen and a home-market recession, blunting demand. The standard Corolla model range included the 3-door hatchback Corolla FX, 4-door sedan and 5-door station wagon models. Also returning in this generation was the two-door coupé Corolla Levin. A 4WD variant of the sedan and station wagon was also available with a 1.6 liter gasoline or 2.0 liter diesel engine.
The Corolla E100 was the seventh generation of cars sold by Toyota under the Corolla nameplate.

This generation Corolla was larger, heavier, and visually more aerodynamic than the model it replaced, with development chief Dr. Akihiko Saito wanting to develop a 'mini-Lexus', after success with that range's flagship. With its 2465 mm (97 in) wheelbase, the Corolla had moved into the compact size class once occupied by the Corona and Camry.

The Corolla had an equivalent model Sprinter, with the Sprinter Trueno being equivalent to the Corolla Levin.
he 4-door "pillared hardtop" Corolla Ceres and Sprinter Marino were introduced in 1992. They bore no real exterior resemblance but feature the chassis and most of the engine range of the standard Corollas, and used the Levin/Trueno dashboard. Minor face lift changes were introduced in May 1993 these included a new grille, a reconfiguration of the rear lamps and various bits of trim and garnish.

The E100 sedan and hatchbacks introduced in 1991 lasted until the introduction of the E110 in May 1995. "Van" and "Business Wagon" models were basically stripped out wagons with leaf-sprung solid axle rear suspensions. Business Wagons typically had slightly higher equipment levels than simpler vans. Both versions continued to serve the commercial vehicle market well into 2002, outliving the mainstream E110 models in Japan.

In the Philippines, three variants were sold, XL and XE with 1.3 liter carbureted (2E) engines, with the latter enjoying extra features like power steering, alloy wheels, digital clock and tachometer, and the GLi, with a 1.6 liter fuel-injected motor (4A-FE). The top model was offered in both manual and automatic transmissions. The Corolla was also the first 1.6 liter car to introduce 14-inch (360 mm) alloy wheels to the country in 1992. Other pioneer features that followed were rear seatbelts, front cup holders (late 1994) and a driver's airbag (late 1995). ABS followed during its later years.

The five-door Sprinter was sold as the Corolla Sprinter in some markets in Europe, and simply the Corolla liftback in others. The three and five-door Corolla hatchback was also sold in Europe, and was available mostly in normal (non-sports) specs unlike the three-door-only FX range available in Japan. In Europe, the hatchback sold better than the sedan and estate. Although basically the trim levels are Base, XLi and GLi, also there was the GS. The GS featured a fully color coded exterior and with full electrics and a tilt/slide steel sunroof. It also had an upgraded interior with white dials and a rev counter. In UK the Corolla was marketed as S, CD, and CDX. A few select, rare models featured the 1.8L 7A-FE engine, including the 1.8 GXi 3-door hatchback in the UK, and the 1.8 XLi 4WD estate. The sedan has its rear license plate mounted on the trunk as opposed to the bumper on other region models.
Toyota Corolla 3 door Hatchback 1.6 Si

In Europe's largest national auto-market, the E100 sustained the Corolla's reputation for reliability and economy. In 1995 it topped the small family car class in a reliability survey of 4-6 year old cars undertaken by the German Automobile Association (ADAC), with 5.3 recorded breakdowns per 1,000 cars for four year old cars and 10.1 for six year old cars: this compared with 12.0 breakdowns per 1,000 cars for four year old Volkswagen Golfs and 21.8 for six year old Golfs.[6] (The class loser was the Fiat Tipo with 38.3 breakdowns per 1,000 for four year old cars and 44.0 for six year old Tipos.

The 2010 Toyota Corolla is the best car for you if you want a small sedan that’s really a transportation appliance.

All 2010 Corollas were subject to a safety recall for throttle-pedal modifications and replacement floormats designed to prevent unintended acceleration, the problem that forced Toyota to recall millions of cars, pickups, and SUVs during early 2010. Included in these recalls were 2009-2010 model-year Corollas, and residual values -- one of Corolla’s historic strengths – suffered as a result. Toyota badly mishandled the response to reports of unintended acceleration in its cars. But we believe the automaker is taking the appropriate steps to protect its reputation for reliability and that the 2010 Corolla belongs on any compact-sedan shopping list.

won’t be notable changes to styling or features between the 2010 and 2011 Corolla. However, Toyota is planning a “mid-cycle” freshening for the model-year 2012 Corolla, so waiting for the 2011 model would net you a car whose looks have a rather short shelf life. The 2010 Corolla should carry attractive discounts as Toyota tries to make up for sales lost during the recall. The best way to get the full value from either a 2010 or 2011 Corolla would be to keep it for more than six years or so, beyond the point at which resale prices would be tarnished by the unintended acceleration controversy.

Corolla was all new for the 2009 model year, so its looks don’t change for 2010. In fact, except for being about two inches wider, today’s model isn’t much different in size or appearance from the 2003-2008 generation. With the next full redesign due for model-year 2014, this means the 2010 Corolla won’t look dated as the years pass. It also means Corolla doesn’t look as modern as some rivals, such as the Honda Civic or Mazda 3.

It’s not fair to say the Corolla is for people who don’t like to drive, but it does suit people who don’t drive to have fun. There’s nothing wrong with that, which is why this is consistently among the best-selling cars in America.

Acceleration with the 1.8-liter engine is adequate, but highway-speed response is leisurely, so plan your passes accordingly. You’ll feel the extra power of the XRS’s larger engine, though only when equipped with manual transmission does the XRS begin to approximate the sporty character Toyota aims for; even then, the shifter’s long throws undermine any performance-car feel.

With good response to steering inputs and reasonable grip and balance in corners, the XRS delivers handling that should be the starting point for all Corollas. Alas, the other models are let down by soft suspension settings and modest tires. They tend to drift through sharp turns and seem to postpone for a moment orders from the steering wheel to change direction. Corolla’s tight turning radius is an ally in close quarters, and great brake-pedal feel is a pleasant surprise.

implicity is a virtue. Corolla’s gauges are arrayed without pretension and have distinct numbers and needles. Column stalks for windshield wipers, turn signals, and cruise control can be activated merely without removing a hand from the steering wheel, which is itself a straightforward three-spoke affair.

Audio and climate controls are large and marked so their function holds no mystery. They reside in a central dashboard column that’s not canted toward the driver, sending the message that the front seat of a Corolla is equally the passenger’s domain.

Simplicity is relative when it comes to navigation systems, though Corolla’s requires only a few run-throughs to master. That’s due to intuitive design and also because this navigation system is less complicated than most; there’s no voice-recognition feature, for example.  

Corolla’s steering wheel tilts and telescopes, and combines with the height-adjustable driver’s seat for set-and-forget positioning. Front-seat occupants won’t feel cramped, though drivers with long legs might wish for more rearward seat travel. Most drivers will desire more lumbar bolstering – there’s no adjustment. While front-seat padding is pleasantly dense, only the seatbacks on the S and XRS models are shaped to provide much lateral support in fast corners.

There’s plenty of room for rear-passengers’ feet and legs as long as the front seats aren’t too far rearward. But if you’re taller than 5-8 or so, your noggin will brush the headliner. And a firmer rear seat cushion would improve comfort on long trips.

Critics seem to have their knives sharpened when it comes to the quality of materials and workmanship in the Corolla’s interior. Yes, there are lots of unpadded plastic panels, and a few ring hollow to the touch. But the surfaces you come in contact with regularly don’t feel exceptionally low-budget, and every knob and button moves with satisfying smoothness.

Interestingly, it’s South Korea’s Hyundai and Kia that have raised the bar on quality of cabin materials, especially for lower-priced cars. Toyota is among the competitors who look to be cutting corners by comparison. But Corolla’s fit and finish is in line with its prices, and certainly not poor enough to be a deal breaker.    

Most competitors have larger trunks, and intrusive lid hinges cut into Corolla’s cargo volume. But a standard 60/40 split rear seatback folds to expand capacity. Inside, a small center console is augmented by a generously sized double-tiered glove box. Each door has a map pocket, but the shape favors 20-ounce bottles.

The 2009-2010 model-year Corollas were subject to a safety recall to fix gas pedals that were hard to depress, slow to return, or remained partially depressed. These Corollas also were eligible for Toyota-furnished replacement driver-side floor mats to prevent interference with the accelerator pedal. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration had also received complaints about steering response in 2009 and 2010 Corollas but had not initiated a formal investigation nor requested a recall of those models.

The unintended acceleration issue was in stark contrast to Toyota’s image as a builder of dependable automobiles. The recalls targeted several models from Toyota as well as from the company’s premium Lexus brand. Sales of affected models fell, and prices of used examples dipped. Evidence that consumer confidence in Toyota and Lexus is permanently damaged, however, will take years to determine.

In the near-term, the safety recalls did not have an effect on some base-line measurements of safety and reliability, including government crash-test ratings and the most widely respected customer satisfaction ratings.

Government crash-test ratings award a maximum of five stars for passenger protection. The 2010 Corolla, like most compact cars, earns four stars for protection in a frontal impact. It earns the maximum five stars for front-passenger protection in a side impact and four of five for rear side impact.

In its most recent surveys, which involve model-year 2009 vehicles, J.D. Power and Associates ranked Toyota about average among all car brands for overall quality during the first 90 days of ownership. J.D Power (jdpower.com) is the leading automotive consumer survey firm. The 2009 Corolla also was rated about average in initial quality by owners surveyed.

For overall dependability -- measured as problems encountered by owners of three year old vehicles -- the Toyota brand received the highest possible marks in J.D. Power’s survey. The 2010 Corolla is too new to be included in the J.D. Power dependability survey, but the 2006 model from Corolla’s previous design generation was rated above average for reliability during the first three years of ownership.
Toyota corolla gli 2010

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