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Your Opinion Of Toyota  
User currently offlineMCOflyer From United States of America, joined Jun 2006, 8625 posts, RR: 15
Posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 23 hours ago) and read 2527 times:

As I work for a dealer that has them I must say my opinion has gone upon them. I used to think that they were cruddy but now after driving them compared to other vehicles, they seem to deprecate better, live longer, and are harder to get. When I mean harder to get, most Prius models come sold after unloading off the truck. So far the Yaris and Tundra is bar my favorite car and truck. I wanted to see if anyone shared my feelings about this fabulous car company.

Hunter


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User currently offlineCharlienorth From United States of America, joined Jun 2006, 1113 posts, RR: 5
Reply 1, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 23 hours ago) and read 2518 times:

I used to be down on Toyota,but I have to say they make a long lasting product,my sister bought a new Corolla in 1988,and the thing is going strong,my 14 year old niece lives with the threat that that will be her car in two years,my wife bought a new camry in '95(over my objections) and it's been very reliable,no complaints.Test drove a Tundra and a Highlander and I have to say I'm impressed.I've had Ford and G.M. products and I may just get a Toyota next.NEVER EVER THOUGHT I WOULD SAY THAT!!

User currently offlineCupraIbiza From Australia, joined Feb 2007, 836 posts, RR: 6
Reply 2, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 23 hours ago) and read 2516 times:

My first car was a 1973 Toyota Celica. 1600cc Twin Cam. Went like a rocket. I never serviced it in the 5 years I owned it. They have always had a reputation here for reliability. With around USD20 billion in cash they are well on their way to world domination


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User currently offlineMBMBOS From United States of America, joined May 2000, 2597 posts, RR: 1
Reply 3, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 2508 times:

We love our 97 Camry. It's still running strong. Drives like a dream.

User currently offlineVaporlock From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 4, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 2507 times:

No doubt, Toyota make great cars that last!!!

Phyllis  bouncy 


User currently offlineA332 From Canada, joined Feb 2005, 1644 posts, RR: 2
Reply 5, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 2504 times:

Toyota makes great vehicles... I just won't ever own one... but there is a reason why that company has succeeded where so many others have failed.

That said, GM for life!



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User currently offlineDL021 From United States of America, joined May 2004, 11445 posts, RR: 76
Reply 6, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 2498 times:
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It is one of the great engineering companies of all time and they make a fantastic automotive product.

Their production techniques (some of which descend from Deming and his work there after the second world war) are the envy of the worlds manufactors....to the point that Boeing and Northrup Grumman have contracted with Toyota engineers to improve their production lines (Boeings moving line comes from Toyota....and it has been introduced in factories from refrigerators to shipyards).

They are a huge employer here in the States and they deserve all the success they're enjoying.



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User currently offlineVirgin744 From United States of America, joined Nov 1999, 918 posts, RR: 4
Reply 7, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 2497 times:

I bought my first Toyota (Corolla 2005 model) in 2006 and think its a fantastic car, economical, reliable and not flashy at all. My next car or SUV will most likely be Toyota as well.

virgin744


User currently offlineGunships From United States of America, joined Nov 2001, 574 posts, RR: 6
Reply 8, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 2493 times:

Quoting MCOflyer (Thread starter):
Your Opinion Of Toyota

I'm not impressed.

signed,
Michael Waltrip


User currently offlineMdsh00 From United States of America, joined May 2004, 4124 posts, RR: 9
Reply 9, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 2488 times:

Well my father works for them so I have to have a good opinion.  Wink

Even though I am personally a Honda fan, Toyota is a great company and makes great products and if not a Honda, I would get a Toyota.

BTW, the new Lexus LS 460L is AMAZING



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User currently offlineSpringbok747 From Australia, joined Nov 2004, 4387 posts, RR: 11
Reply 10, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 2483 times:

Bought my first Toyota (an Echo) in 2000, then traded it in for a Yaris last year. Now my cousin drives it, and she loves it. Never had any problems with any of our Toyotas..they are excellent cars. They have an excellent reputation here, and maintain their value..and are much easier to sell than the Holden (GM) crap we get here.


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User currently offlineLTBEWR From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 12881 posts, RR: 12
Reply 11, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 2472 times:

There is no doubt that Toyota had developed over the last 40+ years into the top 4 of the world as to mainline automobile and light truck production. I remember their first products in the USA, the Land Cruiser 'jeep' vehicle in the mid-1960's and the 'Corona' sedans. Those first vehicles were not particularly good vehicles, but better than other smaller cars of the time, very economical and generally with good engines. Toyota gained a lot in the 1972-73 oil crises due to their good fuel mileage and in comparison to the USA small cars, especially the Chevy Vega and Ford Pinto, seemed to be better made and designed. Those early 1970's models had problems with rusting in 5-6 years and the automatic transmissions in those early cars were terrible but at least had decent engines that could last 90-100000 miles.
Today's models are rather boring but made well, and along with their reliability being the main selling point (also with Honda vehicles). Where my problems with the Toyota, Nissan and Honda brands, is that as to USA and Canadian production cars, they are not United Auto Workers plants and are placed in anti-Union or weak Union areas and states. They also are not committed like GM, Ford or Chrysler with the overhead costs of retired workers and never will as most of their line employees probably are in 401(k) retirement programs, not pensions. That gives them the difference of over $1000 per car part of which they can reinvest and improve their cars, and can stay ahead of the old big 3.


User currently offlineCupraIbiza From Australia, joined Feb 2007, 836 posts, RR: 6
Reply 12, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 2466 times:

Quoting LTBEWR (Reply 11):
Where my problems with the Toyota, Nissan and Honda brands, is that as to USA and Canadian production cars, they are not United Auto Workers plants and are placed in anti-Union or weak Union areas and states. They also are not committed like GM, Ford or Chrysler with the overhead costs of retired workers and never will as most of their line employees probably are in 401(k) retirement programs, not pensions. That gives them the difference of over $1000 per car part of which they can reinvest and improve their cars, and can stay ahead of the old big 3.

Doesnt that tell you that this pension system is not sustainable?



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User currently offlineAaron747 From Japan, joined Aug 2003, 7951 posts, RR: 26
Reply 13, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 21 hours ago) and read 2447 times:

^
You should see their union practices here in Japan. That said...

Obviously I'm a fan of Toyota. I live in their home area so much of the local economy depends on their success and many of my Japanese friends work for Toyota group companies. They treat their employees with dignity and respect and employ loyalty like no other. Particularly on the Japanese side, the devotion to the company and team is unmatched in today's corporate environment and really speaks to the company's success in creating a sense of unified pride and purpose.



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User currently offlineJafa39 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 14, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 21 hours ago) and read 2443 times:

I get to drive a lot of Toyota Hire-Cars....nothing wrong with them....heaps nicer to drive than the Ford Focus that I occaisionally get given if i have been bad.

User currently offlineKuna From United States of America, joined Aug 2006, 279 posts, RR: 3
Reply 15, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 21 hours ago) and read 2439 times:

Quoting Gunships (Reply 8):

I'm not impressed.

signed,
Michael Waltrip

LMFAO...  rotfl   rotfl   rotfl   rotfl   rotfl   rotfl 

I love them, when I purchase my next car/truck it will be a Toyota. More than likely a Tundra.



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User currently offlineMCOflyer From United States of America, joined Jun 2006, 8625 posts, RR: 15
Reply 16, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 20 hours ago) and read 2427 times:

Quoting Jafa39 (Reply 14):
I get to drive a lot of Toyota Hire-Cars.

I'll drive at least 5 if not 6 in one day. My record is 4 Tundra's, 3 Corolla's, and 2 XB's, and 1 Sienna in one day.

Hunter



Never be afraid to stand up for who you are.
User currently offlineNoWorries From United States of America, joined Oct 2006, 539 posts, RR: 1
Reply 17, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 20 hours ago) and read 2426 times:

I had a 1977 Celica -- after 125,000 and no problems I stopped changing the oil (just topped it off) figuring it would die soon -- finally got rid of it at 175,000 -- engine still ran but rest of car was seriously worn. I think Toyotas were always mechanically solid, and over the years they've gotten better in the more subtle areas as well. I currently own a Honda but could easily see getting another Toyota (for example a big V8 Tundra would sure be appealing if it weren't for $3 gasoline Sad ).

User currently offlineAcey From Canada, joined Jun 2007, 1006 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 20 hours ago) and read 2413 times:

My dad is now on his third 4Runner and he loves it. My mom drives a Santa Fe but is looking to buy either a Camry or Corolla. There's a good number of them around here, but the dominant vehicle by far seems to be the Sunfire/Cavalier/Grand Am.


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User currently offlineFlybyguy From United States of America, joined Jun 2004, 1798 posts, RR: 1
Reply 19, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 20 hours ago) and read 2413 times:

Quoting Aaron747 (Reply 13):
Particularly on the Japanese side, the devotion to the company and team is unmatched in today's corporate environment and really speaks to the company's success in creating a sense of unified pride and purpose.

You might be in a particularly unique situation to answer this, but my friend's mother from Hong Kong insists that Toyota keeps their best work to be sold domestically, but exports everything they feel don't meet Japanese domestic standards? This is one reason (as she explains it) why when she bought a new Camry, she had it bought and shipped from Japan rather than buying it in Hong Kong.



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User currently offlineBill142 From Australia, joined Aug 2004, 8434 posts, RR: 9
Reply 20, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 19 hours ago) and read 2409 times:

Toyotas are good, strong, reliable cars. The only issues is they're a bit bland style wise. This is one pitfall of trying to create a single car for every market. But obviously this isn't an issue since they're still selling in droves. One thing that goes in their favour is the fact that they have nearly every market segement covered, from big trucks down to little cars.

User currently offlineCupraIbiza From Australia, joined Feb 2007, 836 posts, RR: 6
Reply 21, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 19 hours ago) and read 2402 times:

Quoting Aaron747 (Reply 13):
Obviously I'm a fan of Toyota. I live in their home area so much of the local economy depends on their success and many of my Japanese friends work for Toyota group companies. They treat their employees with dignity and respect and employ loyalty like no other. Particularly on the Japanese side, the devotion to the company and team is unmatched in today's corporate environment and really speaks to the company's success in creating a sense of unified pride and purpose.

Dont forget Kaizen - They love their Kaizen (Continuous Improvement) I know someone who works for Toyota locally and they are constantly having Kaizen workshops to improve processes/procedures etc etc. Its an amazing philosophy. Even when you are No 1 in car sales to keep pushong the boundaries and improving



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User currently offlineWithaK From Australia, joined Apr 2007, 255 posts, RR: 0
Reply 22, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 19 hours ago) and read 2396 times:

Love my '87 Corolla hatchback. 5spd manual with no power steering makes it a hoot to drive, I can tell exactly what it wants to do. Got it about 2.5 years ago and is actually driving better than when I bought it, amazingly reliable. Best thing is I doubt I will ever be able to kill it without snapping it in two. It will be a sad day when I have to let it go.

Also, for those who haven't seen how hard it is to kill a Toyota Hilux here's what they did to one on Top Gear, simply amazing!






WithaK


User currently offlineMD-90 From United States of America, joined Jan 2000, 8494 posts, RR: 12
Reply 23, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 18 hours ago) and read 2388 times:

Quoting NoWorries (Reply 17):
I had a 1977 Celica -- after 125,000 and no problems I stopped changing the oil (just topped it off) figuring it would die soon -- finally got rid of it at 175,000 -- engine still ran but rest of car was seriously worn.

My 1985 Cressida had the 5M-GE engine that was notorious for leaking oil, and I had to put in about a quart a week (from 190K to 211K miles). If I could've changed the oil filter without changing the oil itself I wouldn't have bothered to ever change the oil since none of it stayed in the engine for more than maybe 2 months. You could tell that Cressida was an actual import, made in Japan...very high quality.


User currently offlineHPLASOps From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 24, posted (6 years 9 months 2 weeks 17 hours ago) and read 2372 times:

I currently drive a Tacoma that I've had for 4 years now. I love it - very reliable, never had any problems with them. My parents have each had Camrys and my dad has an Avalon. All have been good reliable vehicles. I believe Toyota makes great vehicles that last forever and I respect the way they run their business and the methods they choose to stay competitve in the marketplace. I won't say a bad thing about Toyota.

25 N1120A : Toyota makes a very reliable, very ergonomically efficient car, but a lot of their model line has lacked appeal for me of late. Now, the MKIV Supra Tw
26 LOT767-300ER : Not to ruin an opinion but if a Yaris is your favorite car, thats pretty damn unimaginitive. My beef with Toyota runs mostly on the European market..
27 Captoveur : I like the cars.. I kind of wish they would have built the new plant for the tundra elsewhere though.
28 Molykote : Toyota makes excellent (but often bland) cars. I'm 25 and have owned one Toyota product (ES300). It's a great car but I jokingly refer to it as "soy-b
29 Post contains images DLOnur : I've had a number of Toyota trucks and they are phenomenal. My favorite, of course, is the Toyota Land Cruiser. I would argue the most reliable mass p
30 Molykote : I'm assuming your comment applies only to Toyota branded products. However, I thought some Camrys were made in Japan and sent to the States. Am I fla
31 Dougloid : Huh? WTF? The first real job I ever had was in the summer of 1966 at a Fedders air conditioner factory in New Jersey. I was an assembler. The assembl
32 Tommy767 : My parents purchased a 1993 Previa brand new back in the day that ran for 219,000 miles. My dad stopped taking care of it after a certain point (say 2
33 LOT767-300ER : All factory sound systems are terrible. No matter if its a Premium system such as Monsoon, Bose or Infinity. I doubt you want to discuss this with me
34 Molykote : Agreed. In fact Bose in general sucks (especially for the money). Most of the population needs to learn this (in addition to the fact that Bose isn't
35 Melpax : The 'Cruisers are tough as hell, there's miles of them on the roads here. And most of them that are on the roads of Melbourne are being driven by 'so
36 Dougloid : God help you if you ever had to do any kind of work at all on the powerplant. I went to the local junkyard to get parts for my truck and there are a
37 MD-90 : What's wrong with San Antonio? One of my aunts had a 1994 supercharged Previa and she used to tow her 18ft Bayliner with it. According to her husband
38 Post contains links and images Superfly : The only Toyota I like is the Cressida, especially the pre-1986 models. The FJ Cruiser is nice and started a thread about it last winter. I wish they'
39 Melpax : There's still quite a few of those old Cressida's on the roads here, usually driven by retirees! As a result, more than a few of them are kept in pri
40 Superfly : Same here in California. You'd think they're still in production. My oldest sister bought a 1982 model in 1990. That car rode almost as nice as an Ol
41 Dougloid : After our Voyager died an ignominious death a block from home I swore off Chrysler products for good. My first inclination was to try and get a Previ
42 Mdodd : Agreed, Toyota makes amazing cars for great value and that last a long time. I own a Camry from 88, ntm I know multiple other people who own Toyota ca
43 Chi-town : I have a Lexus ES330 which is made by Toyota and I love it. Does that count?? I used to have a 1998 Toyota Avalon...Anyways, If I were to get another
44 Captoveur : I'm here and I could have lived without the influx of people.
45 MD-90 : Close, the new ones came out in 1985. Amen. We had a 1981 sedan that my dad bought used from his mother-in-law, and a 1985 wagon that my mom bought n
46 MCOflyer : Its a good little car. Who gives a lfying fuc* about looks? We are scheduled to recieve the new 08 Highlanders next month and the new Scion XD next m
47 USCGC130 : I've owned three Toyotas, albeit none recently: a '78 pickup, an '82 pickup, and a '90 Supra. They were all excellent vehicles, well-made and dependab
48 Post contains images AirframeAS : The 2006 Toyota Corolla Sports is the most sexiest looking car, IMO! I want one of these! But the problem is, its suited for women more then men. I se
49 LOT767-300ER : Crap. Anything stock is crap in the world of car audio. If we are talking about say a ML system in a GS Series its probably one of the best OEM syste
50 MD-90 : Turboed or straight? Supras shared the same engines as the Cressida (but you could only get a 7M-GTE Cressida in Japan, not sold in the US). Cressida
51 PC12Fan : You ain't kiddin'! I got to sit in one during a recent car show. Now all I need is that lottery thing to come trough. As far as Toyotas go, I'm a fan
52 MCOflyer : They are so much fun to drive. I drive one everyday and love the acceleration one can get by simply touching the gas pedal. 2 days ago. The Yaris was
53 LOT767-300ER : Where did you drive a 1.0L Yaris. That car was never imported to the USA neither is it produced or sold anywhere in this country. The 1.0L VVT was onl
54 Flighty : Toyota makes some of the ugliest cars on the road. Camry, that Solara thing, all toyotas look like they are from 1994. Toyota has no style!!! Their tr
55 Flighty : Sweet! Cressidas are nice looking. I do like 1995 and earlier Toyotas! I just don't see why they are still in production now. Some styling changes, p
56 Post contains images AirframeAS : I want one so bad! Im stuck with my 2005 Ford Focus. Ehh, what? The 2005/6 Toyota Corolla Sports are so so sexy looking!
57 Mdodd : Nice? What are the specs??
58 Post contains images BA : I've always greatly respected and admired Toyota. I drive a 2007 Toyota Corolla LE and I'm very happy with it. Here it is: It's a nice reliable little
59 Post contains images Flighty : Made by nice reliable little people!
60 Post contains images Speedbird747BA : Looks good, but it SUCKS for the massive budget. Something like a few hundred mil a year, the largest in F1. Cheers, Kyle
61 Post contains images Aaron747 : what an idiotic comment. seriously.
62 LOT767-300ER : Still waiting where a 16-20 year old from Florida drove a 1.0L Yaris in the last 48hrs in the USA.
63 Post contains images ABQ747 : Toyotas are sooooo sexy. Now THIS is sexy:
64 Post contains links and images N1120A : That Rustang has nothing on the Supra Too bad they replaced the Cressida with the Avalon. Also, it is sad that the IS300 never got the 2JZ-GTE as it
65 ABQ747 : Maybe a standard GT. I'd like to see it take on a GT500.
66 N1120A : Um, .2 of a second lower 0-60 on a car that is more than a decade newer and has 2.4 liters more displacement? Not particularly impressive. Plus, the
67 ABQ747 : Maybe that's because the Mustang is much heavier than a Supra. Fords tend to be overweight.
68 N1120A : 500 pounds difference. The 180 extra horsepower should make a difference though. As far as handling goes, that is more about suspension geometry in c
69 USCGC130 : Straight, and by choice. I liked the idea of the turbo, but since I was shopping for a used car that would already be several years old, I didn't wan
70 Post contains images AirframeAS : If you look at my post #48, you'll see what Im talking about. At an angle, it looks sexay!!!
71 Post contains images Cfalk : Years ago during my studies, I found a copy of Toyota's strategic plan dated around 1961 or 62. It was a 200-year plan! And the amazing thing is that
72 Post contains links and images Superfly : Is that a Barbie doll model or a real model? If you just want a plain-Jane 4-banger front-drive gasoline burning car, Toyota is the way to go. Toyota
73 Post contains images LOT767-300ER : Nothing worse than going to the club. I know youre too old to remember what thats like Not really... To each his own and his hobbies, I did buy a Pio
74 Post contains images N1120A : LMAO. "Just supercharged"? Funny. Please. A JCW Mini Cooper would rock that POS Nissan/Renault's world That is a 320bhp Godzilla brother. BTW, it is
75 Post contains images Superfly : That car is indeed a very 'cutie' car. I'd still rather have the Ford Mustang GT500 convertible.
76 MCOflyer : I do mx on the buildings, not cars. I'm here Shirley. I do not service cars. See above. I simply move cars. Let me say that the Yaris is liftback is
77 LOT767-300ER : Im not going to discuss sound systems with you if you cant even comprehend the difference between a 1.5L and a 1.0L engine Janitor MCOflyer. ROFL..JC
78 N1120A : BTW, most Supra Turbos are targas. Not to mention sounding, looking, handling, going and consuming better than the much newer Ford. I mean, the Rusta
79 Superfly : Incorrect on all counts except consumption and it's not much better than a Mustang in that catagory either.
80 MCOflyer : LOT767-300ER, I'm sorry, but who cares whether its 1.0 or a 1.5? The sound systems in my opinion are very good wax works. If you spend 9K on a sound s
81 LOT767-300ER : You cant discount. But just as well you can compare a V8 with a TT such a Corvette and it will blow Supra out of the water in acceleration. Had you s
82 MCOflyer : I do have knowledge but not in engines. I know a good product when I see it. Does it look like I care? No, does it matter? I love the yaris. Its my o
83 MD-90 : I'm looking for 'em!
84 WN230 : My dad used to work for north hollywood toyota and while he worked for them, I loved toyotas. But now he works for big valley dodge and I now say, "mo
85 Tommy767 : Car audio is especially interesting to me, but I really don't know much. I put in two new front speakers. I'm unsure of the brand name (I'll find out
86 Tommy767 : Under the front seat. Very odd, I know. The V6 previa's were beasts! That's one retro looking car! what year is that from? I always thought the yaris
87 Post contains images LOT767-300ER : What knowledge do you have? You havent even probably drove a Peugeot in your life. Harassing you? Hahaha You are using is a Pioneer DEH (My guess is
88 Trav110 : Decent product, but very boring. The Corolla's looks are a joke, as are the Highlander's, Yaris', etc. I like the new Tundra though. All in all, most
89 MCOflyer : No, I lived in america all my life. I'm anxious to get my hands on a manual Yaris or a Tacoma. What stero system can you put in cars like that?? Hunt
90 Post contains links and images LOT767-300ER : Depends on what year and what trim. My best guess without seeing a fit guide is only a Single-DIN radio (One that does not look like a factory nav sy
91 MCOflyer : Well, which Toyota would be good to put a stero system in? Hunter
92 MD-90 : Perhaps you meant the straight six Land Cruisers? The Previa never had anything other than a four-banger.
93 SJCRRPAX : I have a Toyota Camry, and it has 1,000,000,000 miles on it and the only thing I ever had to do was change the tires at around 50 million miles, but t
94 LOT767-300ER : Depends what kind of system you want and how much you want to spend.
95 SJCRRPAX : Footnote: I wrote this to be saracastic, but than decided NOT TO POST THIS, because it was stupid. So I waited like one week and than replied that th
96 Dazed767 : Have an '03 Corolla S, with about 57,000 miles. No huge problems as of yet. Just minor annoyances like the center console, one of little storage doors
97 Tommy767 : I guess it was then a supercharged 4-banger. I could have sworn that in the later days (1996-1997) Toyota offered a V6 for their All-trac trimline.
98 Post contains images AC773 : Somewhat true, but designer systems like: -Mark Levinson system on the Lexus LS -Logic 7 system on the Merc S-Class -Dynaudio system on upper-end Vol
99 Flighty : You're right. An aftermarket system can't beat a really dialed-in factory system that used around $1000 worth of parts and took months of engineering
100 Post contains links Kieron747 : For those of you that heven't seen it... Top Gear...Can't embed sorry. It's in 3 parts from Youtube and BBC worldwide... http://www.youtube.com/watch?
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