Have owned Toyota vehicles for
approximately 25-years, including a
1993 Extended Cab Pickup, which was
sold to purchase a 2003 Extended Cab
Tacoma which was traded in for the 2005
Access Cab Tacoma. What a Truck....
Rides like a Camry with the heavy
suspension feel of a truck. Cannot
complain about anything to date. New
trnasmission is very smooth. Excellent
Radio/CD Standard Sound System. The bed
is awesome...what an engineering design
for a pickup truck.
Access doors for back seats. Excellent
Ride quality. Smooth transmission. New
Bed Design. Standard Radio system.
For general usage...a family pickup
truck..., the 4-Cylinder engine is
adequate, but if a lot of hauling is
expected, then the 6-Cylinde should be
considered. Allowing "Running-Lights"
to be standard equipment on all trucks
and "Fog-Lights" to be on optional for
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