The last toyota I owned, a 1983 pick
up had over a quarter of a million
miles on it when I sold it , and was in
about the same shape as the 2000 nissan
I bought to replace it with after only
I strayed away for a cheaper price in
1999 and wound up payed the price in
the long run.
It's good to be back in a solid riding
vehicle again that I can drive and
drive with no worries.
I like the solid feel of the ride. The
truck is tall but shows no real sign of
body roll. The 2.7 4 cyl has more than
enough power for daily Real world
driving. The fit and finish are A+ thru
out the truck and it was available with
an option package that fits my
Like everyone else, The clock is in the
wrong Place , and the stereo could use
a bit more Bass
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