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1990 Toyota Cressida Consumer Discussions

1990 Toyota Cressida

I read somewhere that a typical owner keeps a car an average of seven years before buying again. Seems that smart buyers should get a very reliable car if they want to keep it until the wheels fall o...

trade in allowance. One example 1990 Toyota Cressida with 50K miles & in perfect condition Toyota offered $1,700- Chevy offered me $6,000. Trade in value per Kelly was $5,800....

This is my experience with one Toyota car (1990 Cressida) Transmission went out at 24 months (18,000 miles) replaced under warranty. At 39 months (30,000 miles) tranny went bad again. The car was out...

First let me say I am HARDCORE Toyota fan. I own 3 Landcruisers, 1985,1988,1991 plus a 1990 Cressida for zipping around. However, I may be in the market for a new SUV and was really excited about the ...

for Toyota, which was fuel injecting the celica, cressida, and supra in 1983 and the van and all trucks in 1984 and 1985....

I think the public are fickled and watched a couple Hollywood types jump into a Prius and it became the next fad. When I test drove the first of the Prius vehicles in San Diego they had sat there for ...

My favorite feature of the new Avalon is that they finally put automatic climate control in the base model, as in the Cressida days. Even our 2000 Mercedes C230 (which the Avalon is replacing) does no...
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Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) is a category of used car. Often late-model vehicles, they have been inspected, refurbished, if necessary, and are under warranty by the manufacturer.
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