by dexcom on Dec 19, 2005 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota 4Runner SR5 V6 4dr SUV
What can i say, I bought my baby brand new back in 1993. Now have about 225k and this thing purrs like a kitten, starts on a dime every time, great brakes, still have original rear and original front werent replaced till 100k. Developed small hole in the radiator which required replacement and had a recall on the head gasket that toyota paid for; other than that this thing is an ox. I take very good care of it and it has repaid my love with reliability that simply can't be beat. It doesn't sputter, ping, knock or vibrate and amazes me every time I crank it up. Ohh and besides the drivetrain, the interior hasn't even sustained a single tear in fabric or buttons falling off etc, I hope for 3-4+yrs.
by kuk on Aug 4, 2004 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota 4Runner SR5 V6 4dr SUV
I've had it for 6 years and it now has
158,000 miles...still running strong,
and I drive it everywhere. No major
problems. I did have to replace the
radiator. (Maybe a Toyota thing since I
had a Celica previously and had to
replace that radiator too) Although,
that could also be because I lived in
Arizona!!! Toyotas are great cars,
built to last in my opinion.
by azipcode on Dec 23, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota 4Runner SR5 V6 4dr SUV
As 2nd owner, the one word I'd use to
describe my driving experience as
DEPENDABLE. Other than an original
recall on the head gasket--the car has
performed very well. The engine is
still strong and it's only the 3.0 V-6.
by blang on Jun 6, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota 4Runner SR5 V6 4dr SUV
We bought this car with 150,000 miles
on it and now it has 180,000. We have
replaced the starter. Prior to us
owning the vehicle no major repairs
were done. Only typical maintenance.
The car drives well and I have no
concerns about dependability. I am a
die hard Toyota fan. These cars are
built to last.
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