1995 Toyota T100 Regular Cab V6 2dr Regular Cab LB
My T100 has the 3.4 liter engine. I regularly get 20 mpg, even loaded. The only fault with it is that I had to install an aftermarket tranny cooler as the oil overheated towing in the mountains. That solved 99% of my towing problem. Great truck otherwise. I have 225k miles on it, burns no oil, runs well.
I had a '95 T100 and it was a great truck! I owned it between 106,000 miles and 186,000. Now my brother drives it. I averaged 20 mpg in a full size 4x4. No major issues. Always started. Only issue I had was gas tank rusted away, but I replaced with a used one and it's still going. No complaints here.
Gas mileage in full size 4x4 and plenty of power as well. My new Tacoma with 4 cylinder gets same mileage but is tiny in comparison and has much less power.
1995 Toyota T100 Regular Cab DX 2dr Regular Cab LB
I bought this truck new have put 568,000 miles on it so far. Replaced clutch 3 times, timing belt 3 times and water pump 2 times, they were still good just replaced both at same time saved on labor, alt at 444,000. Radiator at 535,000 front end is still all orig. and still tight! Never had a alignment and still get 50,000 out of tires starter still orig. Not rusting at all. Just a great truck, none better in the world!! Thanks Toyota!!!
1996, the day bought my 1995 Toyota t-
100. Since then she has become one of
the best trucks I have ever owned.
Every time I go to the BLUERIDGE
MOUNTAINS she is right there beside me
like a faithfull dog. This 2wd truck
is very capable on the trails. My
truck has never left me stranded,
whether I am fording the north fork of
the tye river or scrambling up 45
degree trails on the crabtree falls
fire road she never complains. I own
a 2002 F-350 4x4 4 door and I truely
believe that my toyota is a true
competitor. Alot of people think that
the T-100 is a second rate truck but i
have shown that it is alot more
capable than alot of 4x4 trucks
I dont have a favorite feature, the
whole truck is superb. But, if I had
to narrow it down, it would be the
reliability of the drive train. A
true truck through and through.
since this is a 1995 truck any factory
improvements would be crazy. As an
owner I would say switch the gear
ratio to a 4.11 or 3.92