People don't know what a reliable car
is unless they've owned a Toyota. We
have put over 200k trouble free miles
on it. I replaced the original exhaust
6 months ago. I consistently get over
35 mpg on the little four cylinder.
It's a bit underpowered but the fuel
economy is wonderful. I drive 20k miles
per year, that's about 400 miles a
week. I recently put a newer model
toyota cd player that makes the drive
even better! I love this car but with
the rust, I figure I've only got a year
or two left. Pity, since it still runs
so well. Lovely car though -
outstanding - perfect for college kids.
Gas mileage, ride, the steering has a
nice firm feel, it's roomy, it still
shifts nicely. It's a very frugal car -
parts are plentyful and cheap.
A V6 Camry would be nice. I suggest
EVERYONE with an '87 + Toyota upgrade
their stereo to a double din CD player
from a junkyard or e-bay or something.
It's a wonderful improvement and can be
done for under $200.00. You'll be glad
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