by tricksten on Jul 16, 2012 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Pickup 2dr Regular Cab SB
I bought the truck new in 4-1992 It came equipped with a heater and a key. Another words base model paid $6,999.00
My base model was built in Japan. I have 218,000
miles and will keep forever.
The truck has been stolen, Taken a bullet didnt live a good neighbor hood. Broken into several times. ha ha
I have let everyone and anyone drive and use and abuse the truck. Has original belts Changed front brake pads once. Did put a new clutch only after the truck was recovered after it was stolen. They hauling something heavy other wise I would be on the same clutch and a new battery 12 years ago
by tughillb on Dec 20, 2009 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Pickup 2dr Regular Cab SB
Bought in 1993 for $9500 with 9,000 miles on it. Manual says change oil at 7,000 miles-I change it every 3,000. Outside of routine maintenance,over the 16 yrs I've owned it I have had to replace the brakes, battery, clutch, radiator, U-joints, windshield wipers, tail pipe (not including muffler!), thermostat, tailgate latch. Pretty cheap transportation, when you divide it all by 16 years. Plus, despite the published figures, I get 26 mpg highway. First 3 yrs used for 30 mile daily commute to work, then for personal and business (truck gardening) 9 mi from nearest town, 6 of those over dirt roads-very bumpy, terrible on tires, chronically very dirty body. Still practically no body rust. Excellent overall.
by Still Running on Feb 3, 2009 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Pickup 2dr Regular Cab SB
Reliable. The 22RE 2.4 liter engine and transmission are rock solid. A simple vehicle with no frills that provides reliable transportation. Change the oil and the other fluids. Only minor repairs over time. Easy to work on. A great value. The 22RE engine is an engineering marvel.
by thief on Jun 29, 2002 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Pickup 2dr Regular Cab SB
When I bought this truck in March of
2001 it had approx. 85k miles on it.
Now it has 119k miles. I have used the
truck for all kinds of driving (from
3000 mile long road trips to pizza
delivery) and, so far, I haven't had
any major work done to it. Although
the truck isn't the most comfortable or
fun to drive vehicle it does come
through where it counts; reliability.
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