Its really a great car. Almost every review is a big success. I have immensely enjoyed my 'yota. It had 67,000 mi. when I purchased it. I road- tripped out to Oregon from Michigan in April 2006 (6,200 mi. round trip) and it was a dream. Nothing went wrong with the car, we had only to change the oil once, and thats it. It never overheated, and it took on the Rockies with valiant spirit. One thing that DID go wrong though, as strange as it may sound, was that the cd player and volume knob broke. But we discovered later that SOMEHOW the volume was now fully controllable through the dashlight knob, and the headlight stick would turn the sound off and on...?? Weird. My experience earns a big nod!
Comfortable drivers seat, GOOD cupholders, good field of view, tight steering radius!, decent looks, gas economy, big glove compartment, decent storage in trunk, lovely braking, good enough pickup @ lower speeds, good passing capability, awesome frigid A/C unit, good heater too, does AWESOME in snow
I ran out of room in the favorites. As you can see, I like this car. I recommend it to anyone. My dad has golden reviews for Toyota too. His gave him 350,000 mi. FYI mine now has over 125,000 mi. and is showing no signs of giving up. More leg room? Better styled interior? More console space? V8? lol
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