I bought the vehicle from a Toyota
dealer at just under 100,000 miles.
It never had enough power. The 4WD
system never worked right. There was
always a loud banging sound and a
lurching when the 4WD was disengaged,
even after only 5 mins of driving.
The passenger cab was cramped. After
about a year and about 10 to 12
thousand miles, the engine blew a
rod. I thought Toyotas were supposed
to last forever. Or at least 150,000
miles. I've owned Chevy, Acura, VW,
and Toyota. It doesn't matter what
you buy, you may or may not get lucky.
It looked really cool.
Just a little more leg room. Is it
possible to drive with the rear window
down and not die of Asphyxiation?
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