by Celeste on Aug 16, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Pickup Deluxe 2dr Regular Cab 4WD SB
This truck has been a real trooper for me. It's the first manual transmission I learned to drive, and since then I've taught many people in it. It's got 185,000 miles right now, and the only repairs I've had on it was a knock sensor and a head gasket. It's been driven from California to North Carolina 3 times, including a side trip into Canada. I've loaded it down with lumber, driven it in snow, extreme heat, high altitudes, and it's just kept going. I get many offers to buy this truck, and it's in big demand by hunters, but I might just drive it forever.
by LukeFJ40 on Sep 27, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Pickup Deluxe 2dr Regular Cab 4WD SB
These truck speak for them selves, I
have 182,000 miles on this truck and
it's been flawless! Tires, oil
changes, belts, brake pads, and
clutches (clutches are due to my
driving and 4 wheeling style, not due
to the truck) all preventative
maintainence, this truck is just
awesome, what can I say. People
complain about the ride, I've found it
is no worse than any other short
wheelbase truck on the market, fuel
mileage is great. Wash it regulairly
and it won't ever rust! I plan to keep
driving this truck for another 12 years!
by yakima on Jul 24, 2002 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Pickup Deluxe 2dr Regular Cab 4WD SB
This truck has been utterly reliable
over the 11 years we have owned it.
While it has low mileage for its age,
we have never had a problem with it.
Give it gas and regular maintenance,
and the body will rust apart before it
by Redfox on May 14, 2002 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Pickup Deluxe 2dr Regular Cab 4WD SB
My brother bought this truck used @
about 60,000 miles and by the time it
had 69,000 miles on it had the engine
replaced(block cracked @ 79000) rear-
end replaced and a hub replaced. I had
to have a new head put on the Toyota
factory engine that was used to replace
the original engine(servicing Toyota
dealer my brother used was poor on
quality work), another new hub(again,
same one my brother replaced but I use
a reputable and much more expensive
dealer), sensor, fuel cell(?), brake
line redone, and everytime I take it in
it is there for at least 3 days waiting
on parts. I live for the day this
thing is gone.
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