05 LE with a whopping 45,000 miles on it. :lol: Don't drive it much due to telecomuting from home now. So far only regular maintenance on it, replaced the stock tires two years ago and I swapped out the serpentine belt last year (or the year before). A note on the stock tires (Bridgestone's), they sucked (hard, to put it mildly). They were awful in snow/ice/wet roads. Were showing heavy side wall cracking (dry rot?) at 30,000 miles. Put four Micheline X Radial DT's on the car which yielded significantly better poor weather traction.
You have no idea. My first corolla S I took from 110k to 140k with absolutely no problems other that replacing brake pads and changing oil. Now I have an xrs that I took from 110k to 117k and no problems either. My parents still have their 2000 sienna and it'll pass 300,000 miles soon! Toyotas run forever if you just change the oil regularly. Some maintenance required but cheap stuff like replacing worn brake pads, replacing a squeaking belt, not too bad.Low miles! Almost 32,000 on my 2006 5 speed S. I love seeing all these Corollas that are well into the 100 thousands. Means I have plenty of years left!!