I run a landscape company and our
trucks get huge amounts of abuse.
This is the only truck I have EVER
owned that has gone even over 70,000
with no major repairs. Well, it is
currently at over 175,000 miles
without one problem, and I mean not
It's 2 wheel drive, and looks a bit
ugly, but I trust that 1993 truck more
than I would a one year old domestic.
You can't imagine the abuse of
numerous employees and a landscape
What a truck! I assume it was
purposely built stronger because of it
being their first year for the
Greatest reliability I have ever seen
in any vehicle.
This is the first Toyota I've owned. I
can see why Toyota owners are loyal to
the make. The 93 is the first year of
the T-100, and a good one. I drive
consideralbe mileage and have no wories
about being left stranded. I push it
from time to time and it responds
without griping. The 3.0 V6 is tough.
Wouldn't hestitate to put 200k miles
plus. Found that you have to run
premium gas to avoid spark knocking.
This particular truck has a modified
bed. Due to an accident a flat bed was
added by the previous owner. Looks a
little different, but still in A-1
Very roomy, COLD A/C
Brighter instrument panel light and
move the cup holder so it doesn't
interfear witht he two main vent.
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