by Sharky on Dec 7, 2008 Vehicle: 1996 Toyota T100 2dr Regular Cab LB
Bought it when it had 180000 miles, has 225000, works great. I love the long bed. All handles (doors, back door) are flimsy but if that's the worst I could say that's great. Darn good truck and would buy it again.
by AYT100 on Feb 8, 2005 Vehicle: 1996 Toyota T100 2dr Regular Cab LB
Took me 6 months to find this vehicle.
Had 148,000 miles when I purchased this
vehicle. Only full size truck I know
that has a 4 cylinder. Good power for
a 4 banger and great gas mileage.
After reading some of the reviews, I am
quite happy that I bought this
by TYTRK on Aug 25, 2003 Vehicle: 1996 Toyota T100 2dr Regular Cab LB
110,000 miles & finally replaced a
lightbulb. Very happy with the 4cyl,
plenty of power to tow a small boat.
Cloth upholstery has held up great.
This has been the most dependable
vehicle I've ever owned.
by TJ1000 on Nov 5, 2002 Vehicle: 1996 Toyota T100 2dr Regular Cab LB
I actually drove to another state to buy this truck, and I was a little nervous
about that because it had 116,000 miles on it when I bought it.
All the worry was for nothing. I have a mustang with half as many miles on it
as the t-100 now has Well into the 130's and the truck drives better than the
mustang. The mustang has been in out of the mechanic's countless times,
and the truck has been used heavily. I drive it instead.
Not a single problem with it.
Pretty plain, but drives great.
As for the new Tundras, the t-100 actually has a wider interior I measured it.
I don't know what they were
thinking when they put a 4 cyl in it, but it gets me there... eventually.
Essentially a carryover, but DX models are scrapped. Regular cabs can't be equipped with cruise control anymore. A new shade of red is offered, and tan interiors are offered in a wider variety of trucks.