This snazzy1997 Toyota Corolla has 251, 000 km and has a lot of life in her. It's a Toyota! They go forever. I am told it is "just getting broken in". This car simply will not die! It won't! I wanted it to for a long time so I could get a new car but it keeps going like the Energizer freaking bunny.
This car needs to find a new home because I turn into the She-Hulk towards my ex-husband every time I get into it. It was his and he gave it to me. According to him, I am the most ungrateful woman he has ever known and selfish because I wanted a car that an adult over 45 would own. Seriously, it wears on you when your children own nicer cars than you do. It makes you ponder life when the car is older than your grown children. Your car needs to go when your son offers to help you buy a new car. Like the car in Christmas Story, "that son of a bitch would freeze up in the middle of summer on the equator!" Okay. That is an exaggeration but it does need to heat up a bit when it is raining.
Clock runs 6 minutes fast. Always. I don't know why. It makes me angry.
Back passenger door opens about 73% of the time.
Do you still have cassettes? This has a cassette deck! It doesn't actually work but it has one.
It has just been detailed so it is super clean. I wondered if I had it detailed if I would feel differently about it. I don't.
If you act soon I will throw in not one, not two but THREE extra keys! You will need them because I guarantee you will lock yourself out of it. It is a 1997. Things were different back then.
If you are still reading, this car has been maintained. It has had regular oil changes and has a newer radiator and transmission was serviced in the last 5 years. I have all the service records. I am old and old people maintain their cars.