The weight of a Toyota Corolla is roughly 2,800 pounds, as of 2014. The Corolla has been in production since 1966 and was the best-selling car in the world in 1974. The Corolla has continued to be one of the best-selling cars.
The Corolla was classified as a subcompact car from 1966 to 1991, and after 1991, it became classified as a compact car. Corollas were initially produced as rear-wheel drive cars, but modern models are front-wheel drive. The main competitor of the Corolla is the Honda Civic. There were over 40 million Corollas sold and 11 different generations produced by 2013. The Corolla's predecessor was the Toyota Publica.Learn More
A hybrid car is a car that uses two or more sources of power. The most common type of hybrid car is the gasoline-electric hybrid car, which is powered by a gasoline engine and an electric motor.Full Answer >
In terms of top speed, the slowest modern cars are the Peel P50, Aixam Coupe and Renault Twizy, as none of them can achieve 60 mph. There are also some modern cars that take between 10 and 30 seconds to reach 60 mph, but will not go past 80 mph.Full Answer >
A late-model vehicle is defined as any passenger motor vehicle from one of the six previous model years, according to Michigan's scrap title law. A vehicle over 8,000 pounds is considered a late model if it was manufactured in the last 16 years. In general, a later model means it has a newer year of manufacture.Full Answer >
The 17-digit vehicle identification number of a Honda all-terrain vehicle is generally located on the main cross member where it's stamped during the assembly process. The main crossbar connects the left and right handles, and is usually covered by padding or plastic for safety and aesthetics.Full Answer >