We just passed 93,000 miles on our Tacoma and have yet to perform a single repair other than regularly scheduled maintenance.
The worst parts of the Tacoma were the lousy stock tires, but once we replaced those with General Grabbers, things were much better. The radio format is a disappointment, too, because the dash won't accept a standard DIN opening replacement, and we're stock with the standard unit, which lakes MP3 ability and an auxiliary input jack.
Another odd thing is the fuel economy:
It gets 19-20 MPG around town and the same 19-20 MPG on the freeway.
I'm really happy around town, but wish the freeway fuel use was a bit better.
Ride, reliability, durability, interior room and comfort, flexible anchoring system in bed.
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