Toyotas are known for their reliabillity, longevity, and value for the $$$. Can last 350,000 if you take care of them. Got mine used with 47,000 miles. Now has 102,000 miles, still running strong. No mechanical break downs of any kind. Started on first try after not being started for a month. My brother owned one for 10 years, and said he never had anything break on it. His experience is why I decided to buy one. Their reputation for reliability causes them to hold onto resale values. No vehicle is flawless. There's an annoying dash rattle. Sometimes it's difficult to get into reverse gear. Turning the wheels when stopped is heavy. Minor irritations as opposed to being broke down somewhere.
Reliable, high resale value, never fail starting, No leaks soiling my driveway, gas economy, ice cold air, fast acceleration, smooth gear shifting, responsive manuevering in tight traffic. Mechanically tight, dependable - no need to buy AAA roadside assistance.
No vehicle is flawless. This truck has an annoying dash rattle, like a screw came loose, and sometimes is difficult to get into reverse gear and turning the wheels from a stand still. Minor irritations as opposed to being broken down in nowhere to spending free time & $$$ fixing that week's breakdown
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