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1997 Toyota T100 Consumer Discussions

1997 Toyota T100

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I have 1997 T100 SR5. It has been the greatest vehicle ever, however, in the last few years it has succumbed to insane rusting. The front end is ok but below the door frames and rear end are going ...

I've owned SIX (6) Toyota trucks and two (2) 4Runners since 1982. Loved all of them UNTIL the 1995 Tacoma, which was SO BAD that the dealer gave us a T100 to replace it after only five months and les...

Ready for common senses???? Where did you get your info on the T100 coming out after the new F150? If I remember correctly, the Toyota T100 was introduced in 1993. The new F150 came out in 1997. A...

Who cares what the sales numbers of various trucks are? Maybe salesmen or manufacturers? As a truck owner I could care less. The T100 had abyssmal sales and yet when I checked before buying my Tund...

with a 4L80E transmission. Although the Toyota T100 is considered "full-sized", you may want to sit in it, before assuming it is "full-sized"; if you can put up with the size, and...

The 1997 Tacoma receives several new value packages that make optioning the truck easier. A locking rear-wheel differential is now available on all 4WD models. Bucket seats can be had on all Xtracab T...

Go read those articles back in 1997 when the F-150 came out and look what the writers said about how they copied the T100/Tacoma. Just because Ford produces a zillion trucks a year does not make it w...

sorry you can't find anything. Maybe the new tundra will stir interest in the Toyota full size p/u market. I can't blame the aftermarket. In 1997, if I'm not mistaken, Toyota only moved 27,000 T100...

1997 Toyota T100 SR5 Xtra Cab...

I currently drive a 1997 Toyota T100 3.4v6 and 5 speed 4x4. It is now 10 years old and I hope to one day replace it but not till I can buy a Tacoma or Nissan with small diesel and 5 or 6 speed manual ...
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