This is our third one. Last two
were '92 and '95. Good looking truck
but is somehow missing the quality and
content of earlier models. Interior
carpet wore through, leather seats
started to tear. We treat our cars
great, but the '92 was immaculate even
after ten years. Did Toyota think we
wouldn't notice the drop in quality
materials?? Motor is strong. Oil
filter is in a stupid location
(again!). Paint isn't holding up as
well either...lots of hairline
scratches. Seats are not nearly as
comfortable as the old '92 model. Much
smoother though on the highway. Love
the rack/pinion steering, longer wheel
base & smoother transmission.
Toyota reliability, and fit/finish.
Love the stick shift, rack/pinion,
smoother suspension, lower liftover for
the hatch, clean beautiful design, wife
loves the height (shorty) and the
safety. Not one single mechanical
problem - Go Toyota! Won't buy the
next model-too damn ugly!
Same crappy sun visors (this is not
1983 anymore!!!). Gutless stereo
(Alpine fixed that). Cheap leather
interior (falling apart/vinyl sides).
Truck dives too much when you step on
the brakes (new bilsteins should fix
that). Damn those cup holders!
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