Find the 2006 Toyota Corolla Owners Manual below. The 2006 Toyota Corolla manual is for four trim levels CE, LE, S, and XRS. The refined and comfortable car counted among the best compact sedans.
It features high-quality interiors along with a supportive and comfortable seating system. Toyota Corolla 2006 manual has always been praised for its comfortable rear seats that are roomy enough. It too has a big trunk for its segment. Corolla’s outstanding gas mileage and crash-test scores are other features that make this vehicle one of the best in its class.
CE, LE, and S trim levels are mated with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that returns 126 horsepower. Toyota’s VVT-i (Variable Valve Timing System) feature helps produce decent acceleration. For these levels, five-speed manual and four-speed automatic transmissions can be chosen. XRS level features a 1.8-liter engine that produces 164 horsepower. Here, Toyota’s VVTL-I (Variable Valve Timing and Lift) is mated with manual six-speed transmission. The automatic transmission is not available on this level.
2006 Toyota Corolla Manual is furnished with premium materials and controls are in their traditional place. Room for the passengers in the first seat is less and the driver faces an awkward seating position. Rear seats can comfortably accommodate two adults without any hindrance. All the models of Corolla come with rear folding seats. Though, the XRS model makes an exception. It removes this feature for rear suspension that provides the model strong handling.
2006 Toyota Corolla Manual Reviews and Faults
Reviewers comment that the 2006 Toyota Corolla Owners Manual resembles a small Toyota Camry. Thick A and C pillars placed at the front and back give the model a solid look. The hefty bumper adds to its appearance. It comes with standard 15-inch wheels of steel. LE models have an option for 15-inch wheels of aluminum. The high trunk line goes well with the model’s high beltline. Wide opening doors make the in-out system of passengers easy.
Available in only sedan body style, the model comes with four trim levels namely CE, LE, S, and XRS. CE, the base model comprises standard features that include a four-speaker audio system, air conditioning, power mirrors, and height-adjustable seat for drivers. It also encompasses an outside temperature gauge.
LE adds up features of white-faced gauges, power windows, power locks, and remote keyless entry. S level gives an edge of sporty look to the model and. It incorporates the sport exterior kit with smoked headlights and fog lights. XRS is the true sport model that includes cruise control, tire pressure-monitoring system, alloy wheels, firmer suspension, and antilock disc brakes.
Reviewers find the awkward driver seating of 2006 Toyota Corolla Owners Manual and bland on-road personality of the model as the major setbacks. Also, the model becomes pricey even after being equipped with some standard and basic features.