Nigerians on Twitter have called out the 2005 Toyota Corolla noting that the vehicle is not just overhyped and expensive but that it also lacks fuel economy compared to vehicles from other brands that are also more recent.....CONTINUE READING
In a tweet shared on X (formerly Twitter), the post reads: “The most overhyped car in the country is now 5 million Naira for Tokunbo. Honda Civic 2008, Hyundai Elantra 2010, Honda City 2009, and many other cars save more fuel than this thing. I don’t recommend it at all.”
Many others on the platform joined the conversation saying: “Mazda 3 Sport will do excellently better but y’all think Toyota is the king of cheap economy.”
Another person chipped in: “We give relevance to too much things until they get out of hand. How exactly should this car be up to N5m? What manner of demand?” The poster replied: “We made that nonsense to enter 5m.”
Another person added: “Car is just empty inside for my liking, Honda is a goal in fuel and maintenance.”
Another person also said: “I agree with you on everything other than that Elantra talk broo, Hyundai products as a whole consumes more fuel than Corolla products abeg!” The poster replied him saying: “LMAO. I have used both and I know the truth.”
Someone else chipped in: “Honda City 2009 is actually a very fine car! Looks sharp with a nice interior too.”
Speaking about the Corolla 2005 being overpriced someone else said: “Parts are very expensive now Corolla hub now is 60k engine is 600k.”
Does the 2005 Toyota Corolla Lacks Fuel Economy
The 2005 Toyota Corolla is generally known for its good fuel economy. In its class, the Corolla has often been praised for its fuel efficiency, which is a key factor for many buyers in the compact car segment. The specific fuel economy can vary depending on factors such as the engine size, transmission type, and driving conditions.
For the 2005 Toyota Corolla, the fuel economy can vary, but generally, it’s competitive within its class. The EPA-rated fuel economy for the 2005 Corolla typically ranged from around 26 to 32 miles per gallon (mpg) in the city and 35 to 41 mpg on the highway, depending on the specific model and engine/transmission configuration.