Great truck! Kinda small, but I bought
a standard cab so it's my fault anyway.
2.4L 4Cyl has as much power as most
domestic V6 models (at least it feels
that way). Get the stick shift, much
more fun to drive and easy to shift.
Light clutch. Gas mileage could be
better but isn't worth griping over.
24mpg is the best you'll get.
Has hauled a couple fairly heavy loads
(well, heavy for a 4 cylinder!) quite
Upgrade your headlamps with Sylvania
I abuse mine and it doesn't care. Great
little truck. Easy to work on (general
stuff like plugs and wires, etc...).
Purchased this Toyota a few months ago.
I like everything about it except the
comfort of the seat. I'm older now than
I was when I owned my last Toyota
pickup. I didn't mind the seat then. It
could use a little more padding. Truck
runs great and I anticipate it will for
I Paid $6100.00 cash in the fall of
1985 for a '86 standard LONG BED Toyota
pick-up. Toyota stopped making the long
bed over 10 years age. I wish they
would bring back the awesome standard
cab long bed. I'm still drive my '86
truck with 213k and going strong. I'll
buy a new toyota if they'll make it a
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