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Buying a Toyota Corolla T Sport Compressor
Any comments on a Toyota Corolla T Sport Compressor, 06 plate, 45000 miles? Is it worth buying?

Anything in particular to watch out for? Price is £7250, main dealer.

Asked on 21 January 2011 by Bernard Whitelee

Answered by Honest John
Very rare, therefore so are parts and this could mean a long wait if anything goes wrong. 215PS version from November 2005 not booked. Make sure it is the 2006 215PS model and not the old 189PS model.
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